What can we learn from the Blue Zones?

What can we learn from the Blue Zones?

Whilst in Lockdown in my little Brighton (well Hove actually) flat, I’m sure I wasn’t the only one dreaming of travel and worrying about the potential restrictions and concerns that might stop us jetting off to explore distant lands. I’ve been lucky enough to see some beautiful places in the world – but there’s been … Read More

Kiss the Knee – Self Love Strategies

Kiss the Knee – Self Love Strategies

Whilst getting the right nutrition in your life is essential. – it can only take you so far if you don’t love the body you’re in. I’d even go so far as to argue that you can’t get the right nutrition without some self love. Nourishing your body & mind with food is an act … Read More

What is Ayurveda? – a very, very brief overview

What is Ayurveda? – a very, very brief overview

As a Nutritional Therapist,  I strongly believe in offering evidence-based nutritional advice, informed heavily by current research, the biochemistry of the human body and using the planet’s natural resources. My approach is evidence-based but not evidence-limited.  The science of nutrition is constantly evolving and although my aim is to keep at the forefront of research … Read More

Magnesium – the miracle mineral

Magnesium – the miracle mineral

When you’re a nutrition geek (like me) you don’t just have a list of favourite foods, but you also have geek-like-wellness-crushes (Hello Rupy Aujla) and yes… favourite minerals. Top of my list at the moment is Magnesium – there’s a running joke that I’m HIGHLY likely to recommend people look into a decent magnesium supplement. … Read More

Back for good

Back for good

I’ve been a little quiet in the blogosphere for well the PAST YEAR and I apologise. I could tell you what I’ve been telling myself for the whole time; I’ve been waaaaaay too busy. Training to be a nutritional therapist is no piece of cake (well only if it’s made with sugar alternatives that don’t … Read More

Life is an open door

Life is an open door

It doesn’t happen very often, but last night I suffered from ‘what-the-fuck-am-I-doing-itis’. I’ve been so focused these past few months on study and work that I was sure the path I was on was the right one but this feeling crept up on me like the morning sun on a bender. I suddenly realised I’m … Read More

Coming out of hibernation

Coming out of hibernation

How has the start of the year been for you? An odd question I guess (now we’re a quarter of the way in) but for me, it’s felt like a slow start. I don’t know, I’ve felt a little… stuck. Nothing terrible has happened, but my energy definitely slowed down over the last couple of … Read More

Mumday Sunday

Mumday Sunday

March is almost done and with it comes along Mothers Day. I know so many wonderful Mums – friends, family – I’m surrounded by inspiring, strong women who manage not only to keep other humans alive, but guide and nurture them. I am always in awe of how mums ‘do it’ and it’s so very … Read More

Hygge Vibes and Dead Day

Hygge Vibes and Dead Day

Autumn is quickly becoming my favourite season. I must warn you though, I’m fickle when it comes to this. During most changes of seasons I’ll declare “I JUST LOVE (insert current season)!!” and then continue listing all the awesome things about said season. (I need to stop saying season) I’m a huge fan of autumnal … Read More