I love a good Food Story. What do I mean by that?
Eating is part of our lives. It is important for our health – both mental and physical. Food involves all our senses. It often tells a story of who we are, where we have lived, what is going on in our lives. We celebrate with it, socialise with it, use it to show we care and seek comfort from it. We control it in order to change our bodies, to try to fix our bodies. It can be a chore and it can be joy. It can be mindless and boring. Or indulgent and exciting. For most of us it is a blend of all these things.
Feeling confident about our food choices really helps to have a good Food Story. One that allows us to enjoy food, understand the effect of food on our health and have relaxed mealtimes.
If your Food Story feels in need of a bit of love so you can feel more confident shopping and cooking food for your family, see how I can help you.
Or if you are in the business of helping people live healthier lives, see how I can support you.
Want to eat better with less stress? Try this meal plan.
A meal plan can be a way to reduce stress, plan meals around the crazy days, reduce waste and buy better.
I’ve created a simple evening meal plan with recipes and suggestions for you to try.
Kind Words from Past Clients
Fresh from the Blog
The online course for health professionals Eating Well for Menopause is live and not only that but endorsed by the Association for Nutrition as Continued Professional Development for Registered Nutritionists. We started by writing a booklet to help us support menopausal women and then it was clear that other nutritionists would like to know more…
We are made very aware of the impact of eating poorly in a way that leads to weight gain and issues related to poor diet such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. But there is a silent issue of malnutrition that goes unnoticed but is costing a lot in terms of health, quality of…
October is breast cancer awareness month. It touches so many of us – we all know someone who is affected by breast cancer either directly or because we know someone who has a close friend or family running the gauntlet of cancer treatment. A good friend’s sister reached the end of her life with breast…