Nutritionist & Dietitian Approved Meal
Why Emma loves this dish:
I love this dish because it's full of fibre! The lentils provide prebiotic fibres which promotes gut health and also delivers plenty of protein. While the herbs, spices and leafy greens pack an antioxidant punch. Delicious and nutritious :)
WFPB AYURVEDIC CLEANSING KITCHARI
Kitchari is an ancient healing Ayurvedic one pot dish made with vegetables, legumes, rice and spices.
It's designed to be highly nutritious and include the best combination of nourishing foods that won’t tax your digestive system.
This dish has been designed in accordance with the strict principles around Whole Food Plant Based eating, with careful consideration of macro and micro ingredients to create a very balanced and uplifting meal
Designed under the guidance of a registered dietitian and nutritionist to conform with the strict WFPB principles including low fat, low sugar and low salt
Potato, Almond Milk, Broccoli, Split Peas, Brown Rice, Zucchini, Spinach, Peas Vegetable Stock, Turmeric, Ground Ginger, Garam Masala, Cumin, Black Mustard Seeds, Asafoetida, Ground Coriander, Fenugreek Seeds, Fennel Seeds
|AVG QTY PER SERVE||AVG QTY PER 100G|
|Fat, Total (g)||5.6||1.4|
|- Saturated (g)||0.6||0.2|
|- Dietary Fiber (g)||11.8||3|
|- Sugars (g)||2.8||0.7|
The Daily Values are based on a 8,368 kilojoule / 2,000 calorie diet. Your values may change depending on your specific nutritiional needs
Emma is a registered dietitian and nutritionist, earning her degree from the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Initially working within the hospital system, she now runs a private practice and also works as a Research Assistant at a QLD medical research institute.
Emma holds a Certificate in Plant-Based nutrition through Cornell University/ T Colin Campbell Centre for Nutrition Studies and is a qualified yoga teacher.
Having followed a plant-based diet for over a decade, Emma passionately advocates the benefits of plant-based nutrition through her private practice work, in addition to a wellbeing and education program she developed for members of her local community.
Emma is a member of the Doctors For Nutrition advisory council, and their lead dietitian for QLD. Emma is also a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia and the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.