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The Natural Healthcare Network - Deb MacLeod 27th January 2020
Plant Based Eating with Linda Sims, Naturopathic Nutritionist
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Plant Based Eating with Linda Sims, Naturopathic Nutritionist

Show Notes - Linda Sims Plant Based Eating 

Linda Sims, is a qualified Naturopathic Nutritionist and lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Bristol (https://www.naturopathy-uk.com). She has been practicing for over six years and works with a variety of clients but has vast experience working with vegans, vegetarians and also works with people who have cancer.

If you would like to speak directly with Linda you can find her on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/lindasimsnutrition) Instagram (@lindasimsnutrition) and her website is (https://www.lindasimsnutrition.co.uk).


I have provided links for supplements discussed in the show - these are listed for reference only


Opti3 Omega - https://www.vegetology.com/shop/opti3-omega-3-epa-dha 

Cytoplan - https://www.cytoplan.co.uk/omega-3-vegan 

Norson Omega 3 - https://www.norsan-omega.com 

Better You Vegan Spray - https://betteryou.com/vegan-health-spray 

For yummy plant based yogurts we discussed:

You can try Coyo: https://coyo.com/gb/ and https://nushfoods.co.uk


There are many instant cookers on the market but for details on the Instant Pot you can find more details on their website: https://www.instantpot.co.uk 


Below are the names and websites for plant based experts that Linda and I discussed: 

Dr Michael Greger - https://nutritionfacts.org 

Dr David Katz - https://davidkatzmd.com 

Dr Dean Ornish - https://www.ornish.com 

Dr Esselstyn - http://www.dresselstyn.com 

Dr Elizabeth Blackburn - you can find Dr Blackburn’s Ted Talk here: https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_blackburn_the_science_of_cells_that_never_get_old or you can find further details on her at the Salk Institute https://www.salk.edu/scientist/elizabeth-blackburn/


For research on the combination of kale and peanut butter increasing the conversion of vitamin A go here: (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/28917229/?fbclid=IwAR04-X2V7FFva47_sfyZwObA6BiwLnE-m3VDh65csEw-VH19SasZui-04ho). 


Note: Any information provided is for information and reference only! Always speak with a practitioner/healthcare provider before taking any supplements.