Story by Rosie Hurley
On Wednesday 27th July, Sue Judge, a nutritional therapist, came to the Carers’ Centre to lead a cooking and nutrition workshop for young carers.
Sue greeted us in the garden with lots of tasty-looking ingredients laid out on the tables under the gazebo. She introduced healthy eating and nourishment, before revealing that we’d be making our own lunch with the food and equipment she’d brought. On the menu was Mexican quesadillas, with salsa and hummus, along with fresh apple, carrot and ginger juice.
After introducing us to the basic concepts of what it means to eat healthily, (and she may have regretted asking us what we had for breakfast!) Sue then gave each of us different foods to prepare for our lunch. These ranged from grating carrot and chopping spring onion for the quesadilla fillings, to blending up onions and tomatoes for the salsa, to juicing the apples and carrots. The juicer itself was something of a spectacle — it was a big contraption that looked like a sausage maker — it was hardly a NutriBullet, but it worked just as well! Continue reading Young Carers Get Top Nutrition Tips