BLOG POSTS YOU WANT TO READ

PRACTICAL AND RELATABLE ARTICLES AND RECIPES TO
SUPPORT YOUR INTUITIVE EATING JOURNEY.

BLOG POSTS
YOU WANT TO READ

PRACTICAL AND RELATABLE ARTICLES AND RECIPES TO
SUPPORT YOUR INTUITIVE EATING JOURNEY.

What you need to know about weight and health. Weight is an area that I spend a heap of time chatting with clients and students of my group programs about. Unpacking and processing their beliefs, fears and ideas about weight. Over the years that I've been privileged to do this work of supporting folks in

Balance. Another term related to nutrition that's been hijjacked by diet culture. What does balance mean to you? Is it a feeling? A vision of yourself? About what you can do? Diet culture has us positioning balance when it comes to the way we eat as another rule i.e. 80/20. So what is a balanced

What do you think of your body? Does your answer contain all of the aspects of your body that you don't like? That you feel need to be hidden? Perceived flaws to fix? Does answering the question 'what do you think of your body', bring to mind everything you think others see and judge on

[TW: sexual violence] Seeing snippets of the current political conversation and discord surrounding the topic of sexual violence in this country, has made me look away more than a few times. Even as I write these words, there’s a lump in my throat, a sting in my chest and a heat in my face. Do you

I am incredibly privileged to support womxn working on building a healthier relationship to food and their body. Whilst this journey is as unique as the humans experiencing it, there is one common thread. Body trust. And I thought it may be helpful for you to consider this aspect for yourself. Where body trust can show

HEALTHY EATING = WHAT? Vegetables and fruit over chocolate? Seafood and not too much meat? No "processed foods?" Calorie counting? "Watching what you eat?" This is what I think... The term healthy eating; in a generalised sense; sucks. It’s useless and lacks nuance. Instead, I support you determining your own definition. And invite you to

FIND PART ONE HERE. Our bodies are incredible machines. They're breathing without our conscious control, regulating our temperature, digesting and absorbing our food, fighting pathogens and regulating our weight. And despite what diet culture tells us is required, the latter is happening without input from us. Put another way, we don't need to micromanage our

I so hear you. And your fears are so entirely validated here. You want to leave behind dieting [representative of any attempt to shrink your body], and yet you fear that your body will change. You fear that you will gain weight. This is the number one fear represented by folks I work with. So

Over the years, this blog has evolved from unashamedly sharing my lived experience to sharing specific Intuitive Eating and non-diet content. And that progression makes sense as in 2013 whenI began writing online, I was speaking only of my own experiences. To now in 2020, speaking as a qualified Nutritionist, Intuitive Eating Counsellor, Health at

I feel that this simple recipe ticks a lot of boxes that I feel matter. Easy. Tasty. Versatile. Convenient. You could simply make the base and use it with any any protein you choose (eggs, fish, meat, cheese, beans) or make it the hero of your meal. You could for instance use it for dinner

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