+ Healthy Habits and Inspiration

The single most important thing you can do to improve your health

I’ve been a Naturopath for over 20 years and during this time I have witnessed a growing disconnect and confusion about food how it fits into our lives. SO many people I meet have absolutely no connection to food, no passion or interest in either preparing or sharing it. So I’m going to say it right up Read More

How to eat a whole foods diet on a tight budget

Three of the most common excuses I’ve heard over the years for not eating well is ‘I don’t have the time’, ‘I don’t have the money’  and ‘I have a crappy kitchen’.  Well I’ve just put all three obstacles to the test! Just recently I accompanied my daughter and her swim team to Adelaide for Read More

4 Simple Health Strategies to Survive the Silly Season

They don’t call it the silly season for no reason!  No doubt there will be lots of celebrating over the coming festive season, so I thought I’d share 4 simple strategies to help to support your body and keep you energised through these notoriously overindulgent months. 1. Stay Hydrated Being well hydrated is one of Read More

6 Reasons Why You Should Choose SLOW Food (and a fabulous place to shop SLOW)

These days, many people opt for fast-food options because they say they don’t have enough time in the day to prepare healthy meals. Whether it be snacking on sugary treats in front of the TV or grabbing processed snacks on the go, you need to consider what the foods you choose to eat are doing to Read More

Transforming School Lunches

Earlier this year I stumbled upon the inspirational Smith family from The Root Cause and have since followed their journey around Australia improving the health of this generation of kids. I wanted to share their story with you and the positive changes they’re bringing to everyday Aussie families. This week I chatted with Bel about her amazing initiative… Tell Read More

4 Planning Tips to Eat Better and Save Money

I’ve recently collaborated with the Victorian Government in the brilliant Love Food Hate Waste Campaign. I thought I had a pretty good understanding of the costs (financial and environmental) associated with food waste, but when presented with these stats, I have to say I was really shocked and motivated to share this info with my tribe here at Well Nourished. Read More

Three tips to reduce food wastage (save money and improve your health) 

I’ve recently collaborated with the Victorian Government in the brilliant Love Food Hate Waste Campaign. According to Sustainability Victoria (2014), an estimated $2200 worth of food is wasted by every Victorian household annually (and I’d imagine other states are very similar) – frightening huh?  So I believe it’s vitally important environmentally and also financially, that every household develop strategies to reduce Read More

10 Tips For Healthy Grocery Shopping 

I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again – healthy living is a lifestyle, not a diet. The first important step towards adopting a healthy lifestyle is to stock your fridge and pantry with wholesome, nourishing foods. If you don’t buy processed, nutritionally void foods, then you and your family are less likely to eat them. Read More

Tips on detox diets and a healthier 2017

If you’re Australian, Australia Day (a day of beach and BBQ’s) tends to officially mark the end of the celebratory season.  When I was consulting, this was always the time of year when I was bombarded with old and new patients alike requesting support to detox, or kick start a healthier way of living. To Read More

Get onto it! Five steps for a healthier happier you.

The New Year always brings out the best of intentions. For many it is a time to kick-start a healthier lifestyle, so today I’m sharing my top five tips to kick start 2016 and I also have a fabulous giveaway. “She’s a step ahead of herself talking New Years resolutions” I hear you thinking. Well, Read More

Kind words…

“I downloaded your ebooks after hearing you speak at the Health and Wellness Summit in Melbourne. Love them, life changing… Don’t stop! Thank you for getting the whole food message out there, I certainly heard it.” Melanie

“I love your ebooks, I have all three of them now and they are now my only go to receipe books. They are simple, wholesome and taste great. THANK YOU!!! I have spent alot of money on courses about healthy eating and recipe books but your books have covered it all and my little man enjoys the snacks etc. Wish I would have found you earlier “. Brooke

“I just want to say a huge thank you for your amazing website and information. I’ve never liked cooking and never got excited by my ‘healthy’ cooking. My husband is even worse and if he could, he would just eat beacon and eggs every morning and steak every night. He hardly ate any veggies. Since I found your website I have gone through almost every recipe. My husband is loving every meal as well – even meat free Monday, and he’s taking left-overs to work for lunch (honestly, who thought that could be so hard?!)” Rose

“You have truly helped me and my family to lead a healthier lifestyle. I’ve been referring to your page every few days, very inspiring, so thank you!” Emily

“Thank you very much for your awesome website & facebook page posts, you have motivated & inspired me heaps!” Fiona

“Just discovered your site 3 weeks ago, its been a great help with kids lunches for back to school, thanks so much!” Ange

“What a fantastic blog filled with so many great recipes and information!” Carla

“I just wanted to let you know that you have absolutely inspired me to a better way of eating, I’ve been making my shopping lists based on recipes you’ve shared and am educating my kids with the reasons behind different foods and why they are good etc! This page has become my little bible hehe! Thank you so much for all the detail you give. It’s absolutely wonderful!” Sky

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