evepostappleOnce upon a time, there was a woman named Eve, who, unable to resist the luring temptation of a fragrant orchard, took a bite of forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge. Perhaps Eve was bored. Perhaps she was ovulating and had a desperate craving for something sweet. Perhaps life in the little garden was becoming stressful or claustrophobic. Perhaps she felt out of control or lacked passion in her life and in order to numb her emotions or soothe herself from Adam's lack of attention or his ambivalence in starting a family, she chose to indulge. Perhaps Eve was an emotional eater. But as Eve soon discovered, neither the bite, nor the whole fruit fulfilled her as she had hoped. Not only did she realize she was naked but that she had contempt for the way she looked. Perhaps Eve suffered with body dismorphia. Eve tried to stop eating the forbidden fruit and eventually avoided eating altogether but that didn't work and she ended up eating until she could no longer breathe. The point of this is that Eve lost her intuitive ability to nourish herself. She no longer had balance in her life and was willing to do any and everything to get that back.

Maybe Eve didn't exist. Maybe the stories that were told are not as important as the stories we tell ourselves.

This blog is dedicated to creating new stories based on the philosophies of whole body nutrition, self-love, intuition, fitness and yoga.

In my journey I have sought to uncover the knowledge and balance which have brought me to a greater awareness of health and this is what I wish to share with you.

About Me

I am a holistic nutritionist, certified yoga instructor, athlete, healthy living chef, and published writer. I have spent the last four years of my life rebuilding all aspects of myself after recovering from an eating disorder. Follow me as I continue to eat clean, train hard, and discover balance mind, body and spirit. zainsaraswatijamal.com


    Are you someone who struggles with breakfast?

    Short of time in the morning?

    This recipe for my Overnight Oats has saved my a$$ more times than I can count.  All you do is put the ingredients in a mason jar the night before and in the morning…voila! A wholefood, bioavailable, protein-rich, vegan (if you want it to be), breakfast topped anyway you like.  I know..it’s breakfast heaven. 

    Click here for my 10 amazing signature flavours 

    Basic Ingredients:

    1/2 Cup Slow Cook Oats

    1/3 Cup Unsweetened Milk of Your Choice (I use homemade unsweetened almond milk, you may choose to use skim, brown rice, soy)

    1/4 Heaping Cup Fat Free Greek Yogurt OR Coconut/Almond Yogurt 

    11/2 Tsp Flax Seeds OR Chia Seeds

    Sweetener of Your Choice


    1. Place all ingredients in a 250ml mason jar, stir really well to make sure everything is mixed and all of the oats are coated.

    2. Leave in the fridge overnight or up to 3 days. Remove and top with whatever you like.  Click here for my best combinations.

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