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Live a more fruitful life

Wellness and fertility expert, and author of Fertile, Emma Cannon, shares her five essential pillars for personal nourishment and a productive life, to feed your spirit and enrich your experience

Real wellness

This time of year brings the greatest opportunity for growth, and there is abundant energetic potential to be our most bountiful selves. Everything around us is reawakening after a period of dormancy. Let go, enjoy yourself and try to engage in life as much as possible. In all that I have learned, and with all the women that I’ve worked with, I’ve come to see that there are five key anchors to feeling nourished and ‘fertile’, in body and mind.

1 Flexibility

Of course, eating well and cooking delicious food is a healthy activity to be celebrated – but, with the explosion of detox, raw food and free-from diets over the past few decades, food has, for some, become associated with restriction and denial. There is either a sense of far too much control over our nutrition or, at the other end of the scale, too little – and we may end up seeing food as the enemy, rather than a joyful source of health and nourishment.

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