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Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in Initiative Member News | 0 comments

91 Ways founder, Kalpna Woolf, launches new food book

91 Ways founder, Kalpna Woolf, launches new food book

The MTM Awards’ Woman of the Year and the inspirational founder of 91 Ways, Kalpna Woolf, has released a new book highlighting the slimming power of spices.

SpiceSpice Yourself Slim: Harness the Power of Spices for Health, Wellbeing and Weight-Loss – is Kalpna’s debut book, and was launched earlier this January at packed event at the Clifton Lido.

Kalpna tells her reader how they can eat their way to health and lose weight with the use of amazing spices.

Spice Yourself Slim is unlike any other diet. Rather than a contemporary fad, it has strong foundations in centuries-old traditions. It seeks to unwrap the mysteries of one of the oldest, most valued and mystically powerful food sources known to mankind – spices – and shows how they can be incorporated into contemporary low-calorie recipes that can have a huge impact on not just our diets, but our health and wellbeing.

For over 20 years, Kalpna worked for the BBC, rising to Head of Production overseeing many of the BBC’s food series like Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers, Food and Drink and Nigellissima, as well as managing the BBC’s landmark natural history and factual series such as Frozen Planet, Antiques Roadshow and Countryfile.

Alongside this Kalpna has launched food festivals, judged food awards and is currently curating the rich food stories and recipes of the 91 language communities of Bristol. Kalpna is also Chair of Trustees for Frank Water, a Visiting Professor at the University of West of England, Board Member of the Local Enterprise Partnership in Bristol and a trustee for Knowle West Media Centre.

Spice Yourself Slim: Harness the Power of Spices for Health, Wellbeing and Weight-Loss is available HERE – http://www.amazon.co.uk/Spice-Yourself-Slim-Wellbeing-Weight-Loss/dp/1910496065

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