Have you ever wondered why so many people working in the health and wellness space and really passionate about what they do? Often it’s because they or someone close to them has suffered a life threatening or debilitating illness.
And that’s the case with Louise Stephens. Always sick, she eventually ended up on dialysis and required a kidney transplant. It was the trigger she needed to examine her lifestyle.
In return, she has penned the most amazing book called ‘Eating Ourselves Sick’ where she delves deep into how ‘Big Food’ has goot us hooked on sugar, wheat and oil and the politics of it.
In this podcast, Steph Lowe from the Real Food Reel talks to Louise about her journey and her book.
An eye (or ear!) opening listen.
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