Skins, Stalks and Supplements – A Pharmacist and Herbalist’s Guide to Getting the Most out of What You Eat
When it comes to getting enough vegetables in our diet—many of us fall short of the daily recommended amount of 5-6 servings[i].
In fact, according to Nutrition Australia, Australians of all ages on average have a poor diet with only 4% of us who meet these vegetable requirements[ii].
With this week marking National Nutrition Week—Nutrition Australia is encouraging healthy eating by educating consumers on how to try for five servings of vegetables through food waste management and breaking stereotypical vegetable consumption habits[iii].
This includes learning more about those unassuming bits and bobs of vegetables that are often overlooked as edible and discarded as waste; we’re talking about the skins, stalks and leaves.
Here to share his top tips is Pharmacist and Community Herbalist Gerald Quigley—who takes us through his guide to getting the most out of what you’re eating in addition to natural supplementation.
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