In an effort to achieve better wellness, the current trend for Australian foodies involves getting back into the kitchen to prepare home-cooked meals. Offering improved wellness by avoiding hidden nasties found in processed foods and by preparing foods differently, harnessing these 'old school' techniques is great for every body. Often involving experimenting with thousand-year-old food processing techniques and organic ingredients, this trend is even popular among nutritionists - like our guest lecturer Teresa Cutter.
Just check out her recipe for creating bone broth with her roast chicken leftovers - amazing!
1 roasted chicken carcass*
4 litres filtered water
1 stick of celery
When you complete the Diploma of Nutrition & Dietetics for Personal Trainers (10454NAT), you will not only learn how to make nutritious meals but you'll know what are the best ingredients to use. You can also share these recipes with your clients, allowing them to prepare nutritious meals that'll leave them with more time to achieve their fitness and wellbeing goals.
Want to take a peek at some of our nutritionist-approved recipes? Then be inspired with these healthy meals especially created for our students by The Healthy Chef Teresa Cutter:
* Teresa recommends using certified organic chickens when you can. This guarantees the best conditions for the chicken (no, antibiotics, chemical additives or pesticides + access to outdoor areas and low stocking density). If you can’t access certified organic chicken, choose FREPA Certified Free Range or RSPCA Approved Outdoors chicken.
This page was last updated on: Tuesday 09 August 2016
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