For breakfast: Well, if I’m staying somewhere posh or ordering room service then it has to be Eggs Benedict. At home I’ll normally have yoghurt, granola and berries or fruit juice and a cup of tea.
For lunch: A sandwich, preferably tuna salad. Or, there is a great place in Soho in London that does an amazing fresh pizza.
For dinner: I love Asian fusion food so black tempura prawns, maki rolls, yellowtail sashimi with jalepeno and a spicy crab. Then at home, I love meat! So I will have steak with pak choi and mustard mash, a chilli or maybe fish pie.
Snacks: This time of year it’s satsumas and clementines. I also love carrots and cucumber with hummus.
Favourite drinks: I love Ribena but I mostly drink water.
Supermarket essentials: Carrots, sweet potatoes, cheese, satsumas and oatcakes.
Any vices: Cheese, I would say I have it most days, crisps and chocolate – I have a soft spot for dark chocolate with almonds.
From working on Capital Radio, MTV, Channel 4, Radio 1, plus Glastonbury, Wembley and TV coverage of William and Kate’s wedding – Edith Bowman is a star. Of course she has great talent but I think her diet may be a big part in her high-energy performances as well.
For breakfast she has Eggs Benedict which is a bit naughty but very, very nice while her other options are high in protein and energising.
Lunch are both good choices; tuna for the vital omega- 3 oils and calcium from cheese on the pizza, plus plenty of good calories from the bread and dough.
When it gets to dinner time I am just as impressed as she adores Asian food, which is low in saturated fats but rich in omega-3. It’s also bursting with essential minerals like iodine, zinc and selenium, which all tend to be missing in poor diets
Edith continues with sensible snacks but falls down with her favourite drink, Ribena. This drink is full of sugar or artificial sweeteners, neither of which are very healthy.
Here is yet another intelligent woman brainwashed by the lunacy of the questionable and often self-styled ‘nutritionists’ who keep saying that cheese is a bad food. These irresponsible and ill-informed people do not see the fractures, deformities and terrible pain caused by bones weakened through lack of calcium. Cheese is not a food vice.
This shopping trolley gets top marks with me. Carrots, sweet potatoes, cheese, satsumas, clementines and oatcakes make sure that Edith and her young son eat great food that will boost immunity, promote growth and provide the nutrients needed for a healthy life. What a fab role model for all her fans – Edith should write a cook book.
“What a fab role model for all her fans – Edith should write a cook book”