The Rumble With Our Food Choices To Live a Healthy More Cruelty-free Life
A course designed by a Naturopath to help guide you on a journey to thrive on plants, whether you curious about eating less meat or are plant-based already.Watch Promo
This is a one month course, exploring numerous manners which we touch on when shifting habits to create positive change; specifically around our food choices.
Many people are moving towards a plant-based diet because of the impact animal agriculture is having on the environment and they want to make sustainable choices.
Because they want to avoid the suffering occurring on factory farms and to make kind choices. And because the health benefits eating less meat and dairy and more plants is attributed to.
What ever reason brings you here - whether you are curious to make small changes, ready to make big swaps OR are already plant-based and keen to focus on your health - then this course is for you.
There are videos guiding you through diet changes, recipes to follow, audio to listen to, reading and even some light craft activities to explore all in combined with guided mediation and yoga classes.
Gemma approaches the "rumble" in a wholistic manner that is designed to get you thinking to help you gain clarity and empower yourself to eat in a manner that matches your values.
Spend the month being guided, empowered and centred by Naturopath Gemma Davis.
Gemma is a Naturopath and author who is passionate about educating and empowering others to make food and lifestyle choices that align with their values, specifically how to eat a plant-based diet in a healthy manner.
Gemma has been involved in raising awareness about animal welfare issues for over 15 years and while she has been thriving on a vegan diet for the same amount of time, she also believes we must all draw the line where it feels right for the individual - but to do this with clear awareness is important.
She is a mother and understand how important our food habits are to our families health.
As a longterm yoga practitioner and teacher, she believes in taking our yoga off our mat and into our lives and uses yoga and meditation to help create positive changes.