Review: Wholistically Healthy

Wholistically Healthy gives ‘hearty’ a whole new meaning! 

Owner Renee Cochrane serves food with love. But there’s nothing new about the way her plant based cuisine is prepared. Besides a few slightly modern twists, it’s far from a passing fad - based on the ancient Indian principles of Ayurveda, you’ll find the menu both soulful and satisfying.

Even more tempting is the convenience of having this gift of nourishment delivered directly to your door. Wholistically Healthy take the prep work out of redesigning your diet, helping you feel nurtured, which is at the heart of the Perth based business ethos. 

So what is it about this ancient regime that will have you, ‘adding to cart’ at the home of Wholistically Healthy?

Food that looks like your favourites for a start. If you’re a fan of noodles, you might be humbled to discover Potato Yaki Udon Noodles which are, simply put, potato, and minus the mind clogging ingredients. Fancy a bit of pub grub? Try a slab of Mediterranean comfort food; Eggplant Parmi with a side of Veggie Noodles. Vegetables in Ayurveda, are considered ‘Sattvic' foods which are thought to keep the mind clear, focused, full of happiness and vital energy. 

Happiness is certainly on the menu. Whether you’re embarking on a health kick or are a seasoned goodness guru, with less focus on restriction you’ll find there’s always room for dessert! Balance is the basis of the Ayurvedic way of life, and Wholistically Healthy’s Chia Puddings don’t disappoint. These little treats are nourishingly delicious, with a silky texture and sweet fruity surprise! Not to mention that wonderful crunch from the side of assorted seeds and nuts, which sing to your soul, like a healthy version of ‘chocolate soil’, served with dessert at gourmet restaurants. 

Food from the heart not only tastes better but owner Renee’s passion for nourishing people is likely to stoke up your ‘digestive fire’. Now with soup season underway, you can warm yourself with Ayurvedic Mung Bean Soup, while cleansing your digestive tract. High in protein, mung beans are little power packs which help to increase immune defence and aid in balancing blood sugar levels. The roasted cumin seeds are also a great accompaniment, adding to the flavour along with alkalising veggies, and the anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric. Not only is it super healthy, it’s also pleasingly hydrating!

There’s no shortage of goodness when you’re ‘Wholistically Healthy’, the benefits of this mindfully prepared menu will infuse your mind, body, heart and soul. Tuck into the taste of Autumn and discover the ancient Ayurvedic art of healthful, hearty food!

 

Fancy nourishing your soul full of the good stuff? Go check out Wholistically Healthy now!

 

Lovingly provided by Janelle Walters from Words Enchant

 

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