Ella's Wisdom collaborates with the Cultured Nutritionist in order to bring to your table delicious, nutrient dense foods, made out of ingredients that you can read, and that your body will recognise.
Our food is naturally well balanced between protein, fats, and carbohydrates, just like nature wanted it to be.

We love to use seeds as much as possible, as they are a great source of protein, omega 3's and fibre, all ingredients necessary for great health.
Here are their favourite facts about some of the main ingredients used:

Chia seeds

These tiny seeds are one of the richest source of omega-3 fats of any plant containing approximately 32% omega-3 fats. Chia seeds are also a great dairy free source of calcium - 100g of chia seeds will provide you with the same amount of calcium as 2 glasses of milk!


Flaxseeds contain 50 to 60% omega-3 fats, essential for heart, joint and brain health. They are also rich in dietary fibre, antioxidants and B vitamins.


Pepitas are a source of zinc and protein and they also provide iron, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, some B-complex vitamins and dietary fibre. Like most seeds and nuts, pepitas are also rich in ‘good’ fats.

Sunflower seeds and Cold Pressed Sunflower oil

Sunflower seeds and oil are an excellent source of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant as well as B-complex group vitamins, selenium, copper, iron, magnesium and phosphorous


An excellent gluten free, low GI grain alternative rich in dietary fibre as well as and antioxidants. Buckwheat also is also an excellent source of vitamins and minerals including B Group vitamins, copper and magnesium.


Many studies have linked almond consumption to reducing the risk of Diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Rich in plant-based protein, fibre and monounsaturated fats, plus key nutrients such as vitamin E and magnesium.

Cashew nuts

Rich ‘good fats’ as well as in vitamin E and minerals, particularly magnesium and zinc.


One of the highest sources of monounsaturated fats, the same type of fat in olive oil and avocados which is essential for heart health. Provides a source of dietary fibre and essential vitamins and minerals.

Organic Coconut oil

Rich in a natural saturated fat called Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) which assists the body in using fat for energy. This can lead to weight loss, Type 2 diabetes risk reduction, increase in energy, accelerated healing and improved immunity.

Organic coconut Sugar

Less refined than white or brown sugar, coconut sugar is low in fructose which is ideal for people with fructose intolerance and IBS. It also has a low GI value so doesn't put stress on your blood sugar levels the same way white sugar does.

Date syrup

One of the best natural sugar alternatives because the whole fruit is used, retaining all vitamins, minerals and fibre. With a low GI value, date syrup is also a rich source of iron, magnesium, B Group vitamins and vitamin C.