Ella Woodward

Eleanor Laura Davan Mills (born May 31, 1991) is a British food writer and entrepreneur under the Deliciously Ella brand. She was an advocate of cleanliness and self-sufficiency. Her clean eating series of books was called by The Guardian “arguably the most successful fad diet cookbook series in recent years”.

Woodward was born on 31 May 1991 in Rugby, Warwickshire, England, the daughter of the politician Shaun Woodward and his wife Camilla, daughter of politician Tim Sainsbury and granddaughter of Lord Sainsbury, of the Sainsbury’s supermarket owning family. After attending Rugby School, she graduated with a degree in history from the University of St Andrews in 2013. In April 2016 she married Tessa Jowell’s son, Matthew Mills, who is also her business partner. Read More…

Natasha Corrett

Natasha Corrett (born July 1983) is a British vegetarian chef and food writer, and advocate of clean eating and alkaline eating principles.

Natasha Corrett was born in July 1983 to the interior designer Kelly Hoppen and her first husband Graham Corrett. She is married to Simon Bateman. Read More…

Clean eating

Clean eating is one of the most important ingredients in the diet. Variations on the diet may also exclude gluten, grains, and dairy products and the consumption of raw food. Ella Mills, Natasha Corrett, and the Hemsley sisters; More by Mills and the Hemsley sisters had distanced themselves from the phrase and said they never used it.

The idea of ​​clean eating has been criticized as lacking scientific evidence for its claims, and in extreme cases. It has been claimed that it has been modified to prevent illness and to provide a better diet. Other criticisms have said various diseases are linked to clean eating, such as osteoporosis and “orthorexia nervosa”. Other health risks include food poisoning and diseases from parasites. Read More…

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