CURIOSITY EARNED ME MY FIRST TATTOO FROM AN OVERZEALOUS PEEK INTO A BUBBLING POT OF TING AT AGE 10. THIS BRANDED MY FASCINATION WITH HEALTH AND CULTURE, AND NOTHING EXCITES ME MORE THAN BLENDING NUTRITIONAL COMPOUNDS AND CULTURAL MEMORIES.
My recipe book Eat Ting, co-authoured with Anna Trapido answers the unaddressed need for South African specific nutritional guidance. Readers
will lose weight, gain health and laugh and cry at the inspiring narratives
of those who shared their personal stories so that we could create this book.
As a registered dietician and feel good junkie, I eat kale to make my liver smile, even though my taste buds don’t think it’s funny. Yoga allows me to play in my imagination and live a life that’s simple and calm.
For me, living a healthy lifestyle comes very easy. I have helped a lot
of clients to find their wellness paths as an investment for their future.
My name is Mpho Tshukudu and I can help you live a healthier life and derive value from the food you eat and lifestyle.
Some Of My Favourite Things
I am passionate about helping people live to their full potential, so I give them a push. In my interactive talks, I motivate individuals and empower them with simple actionable steps to improve their health and productivity.
Menu planning and design.
Speaking and workshops
Delicious and healthy menus, specific to your dietary needs and health goals. The recipes are easy to follow and incorporate indigenous ingredients in modern and traditional recipes.
Eat Ting Recipe: Green Apple Macadamia Nuts & Wholegrain Sorghum Salad
EAT TING - LOSE WEIGHT, GAIN HEALTH, FIND YOURSELF
by Mpho Tshukudu and Anna Trapido
International food trends in a gloriously gourmet South African context, ancient grains, low GI, organic, free range, fermenting and foraging pleasure – plus low cal cocktails!
Part mouth-watering modern cookbook, part nutritional handbook, part social commentary, dietician Mpho Tshukudu and food anthropologist Anna Trapido have combined forces to examine the role that culture and context play in the quest for weight loss, health gain and culinary pleasure.
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EAT TING BOOK
BSc Dietetics (University of Natal)
Post-graduate Diploma in Hospital Dietetics (University of Natal)
Eat Ting Book review
Home grown classics
First Line Therapy – Institute for Functional Medicine
Functional Medicine - 2 year Institute for Functional Medicine
Health Professions Council of South Africa HPCSA
Association of Dietetics in South Africa
Slow food Slowfood.co.za
Eat for Africa; it’s the “Ting” to do
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