Essential nutrients are needed by your body to function properly.

Good nutrition is the key to good mental and physical health.

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Your Feel Better Challenge

Building your foundation in nutrition doesn’t need to be complicated. Forget faddy diets or big lifestyles changes you can’t quite stick to… begin with introducing a couple of new habits, suggested by registered nutritionists Chloe and Alex, (co-founders of Health is Wealth), and start to notice those improvements to your health and wellbeing.

Step 1

Hydration! Aim for 2 litres of water a day. Easy ways to do this?

  • Every time you finish your glass or bottle, fill it back up straight away so it doesn’t sit empty for hours.
  • Link drinking water to another daily habit. Drink a glass when you’re back from the look, or make sure you drink with every meal.
  • You might be more inclined to drink water if it was a little more interesting. Why not add a slice of lemon?
Step 2

Vegetables. Aim for at least 5 portions a day. You add these to your existing diet...

  • Include spinach in a smoothie
  • Try a vegetarian chilli so you can pack lots of variety in
  • Soups are an excellent way to consume multiple servings of vegetables at once.



Eat the rainbow. Focus on consuming lots of different colour (of natural foods - Skittles don’t count!). Each colour has a different purpose in the body and the wider the variety, the better.

Chloe & Alex

"Over 95% of mood regulating serotonin, (responsible for everything from social behaviour to quality of sleep, anxiety, memory and more) exists in the digestive system and as such, we make it a priority."

Chloe & Alex
Co-Founders of Health is Wealth

Learn more about why nutrition is so important here:

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