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A ‘how to’book to positvely affect your life and work through eating well

● A straightforward guide to strategic eating for you, your employees and the planet

● With a clear structure and plan around food choices, the reader can claim ‘up-graded energy’

● Short, sharp, snappy and impactful, full of actionable tips and takeaways


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Founder & Director of Harley Street clinic, The Nutrition Coach, Kate has worked with over 7,500 patients, and mentored nutrition coaches through the Nutrition Coach Network.

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