Daylesford Discusses is a series of events held every other month where we bring together a panel of experts to explore a variety of issues around food, health, wellbeing, sustainability, balance and conscious choices.

Our March event will focus on the issue of eating less meat (but better quality).

This topic is inspired by a question we are often asked at Daylesford: how an average consumer can justify the extra price of buying ethical meat with sound provenance. Our answer is that we should all be eating less meat, but ensuring it is of a much higher quality, from farms that focus on high welfare and traceability as we do.

But if you are accustomed to viewing meat as a cheap, everyday staple rather than a luxury or treat, how would you go about eating less? How do you budget for better quality? What are the implications on health, animal welfare and environmental sustainability? How can we feed the demands of a growing population?

The discussion will cover practical tips, insights into the meat industry, various sources of protein, plant-based foods, and how to ensure a varied, nourishing and delicious diet. The evening will end with a Q&A session when the audience may pose their questions to the panel.

We are delighted to announce the following experts will be joining us on the panel:

  • Eve Kalinik, nutritionist and food writer
  • Lizzie King, Nutritional Health Coach, author and founder of Lizzie Loves Healthy
  • Rose Prince, food writer, author, cook and activist
  • Tim Field, Environmental Scientist and Head of Sustainability at Daylesford
  • Rhaya Jordan, resident nutritionist at Daylesford

We do hope you can join us for what is set to be an inspiring, educational and empowering event.

Date: Monday 12th March 2018

Location: Daylesford Notting Hill, 208-212 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2RH

Timings: 6:30pm – 8.30pm

Price: free to attend, please register your interest below to help us keep track of numbers