Empowering Women To Ditch The Diet-Binge Cycle And Fall In Love With Their Bodies And Life, By Changing Their Rigid Thinking And Awareness Around Food.

 

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Chocolate Raspberry Balls
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What Is Intuitive Eating?
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View of Hope Interview
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Why I Stopped Giving My Clients Meal Plans
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How To Trust Your Body
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An Open Letter To Women Planning To Start A Diet This Year
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Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup
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Are You Being Honest About Your Relationship With Food?
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Lavender White Hot Chocolate
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Your Body Is Not Your Worth

Chocolate Raspberry Balls

Chocolate Raspberry Balls

Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner I whipped up a Chocolate Raspberry Ball recipe.  If I’m being real though, I’d make these bad boys anytime because chocolate is good all year round. 😉  I used my favourite dark chocolate to coat the raspberry filling, which allows these to stand up to room temperature.   Read More

What Is Intuitive Eating?

What Is Intuitive Eating

When you decide you want to break free from the diet cycle, stop restricting, stop binge or emotional eating, it’s time to try something different. It’s time to step away from counting, tracking and weighing. It’s time to step away from meal plans and learn to listen to your body and eat intuitively. This can be scary, as it requires releasing control and learning to trust your body. Read More

View of Hope Interview

View of Hope Interview

A wonderful friend and fellow Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant, Shonda Holt of Nourishing Everyday has a goal of doing 1000 interviews this year.  I had the honour and opportunity of being interviewed by her for her View of Hope Interviews. Read More

Why I Stopped Giving My Clients Meal Plans

Why I Stopped Giving My Client's Meal Plans

When you become a certified holistic nutrition consultant one of the things you’re taught to do is create meal plans for clients.   It never has to be something set in stone and can be given as an example of what they can eat, which is how I started. The truth is I hated creating meal plans and it never felt good to tell people what to eat.  It felt off for me because it didn’t align with my beliefs and values. Read More

How To Trust Your Body

How To Trust Your Body

So many women lose connection with their bodies from following external rules from diets, counting calories or macros and specific exercise programs.  They lose the ability to listen to their inner guidance system, which is the one thing we need to move towards our highest potential.  They get stuck up in their head and disconnected to their body, the one guru they should be listening to.  So in todays video I’m sharing how to trust your body. Read More

An Open Letter To Women Planning To Start A Diet This Year

An Open Letter To Women Planning On Starting A Diet This Year

Maybe you feel like this will be the year that you’ll find the willpower to stick to a diet and get the body of your dreams. Maybe you’ve found a new diet that looks promising and you’re thinking, “This will be the one.” Maybe you’re also planning your daily exercise routine or saving up for that gym membership you’re planning to buy. Maybe you’ve bought a 30 day program, detox or challenge. Read More

Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup

Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup

I don’t know about you, but I used to be afraid to eat bacon.  It’s too high in fat, I thought.  That’s one thing I credit to Paleo, is it helped me release my fear of animal products and fat, which are actually great for hormonal health.  That being said, I opt for pastured, organic, local bacon over the stuff you find in the grocery store.  And what better way to use bacon than in this delicious Creamy Potato Dill & Bacon Soup. Read More

Lavender White Hot Chocolate

Lavender White Hot Chocolate

I have a thing for using lavender in my food, much to the dismay of my boyfriend.  Some people just don’t like Lavender but I love it!  I used both lavender essential oil and dried lavender in this Lavender White Hot Chocolate.  Lavender is a calming and relaxing herb, which is especially great this time of year. Read More

Your Body Is Not Your Worth

Your Body Is Not Your Worth

I learned at a young age, like many of us do, that my body was my worth. Society and the media portray this message loud and clear. Even family members who have been taught the same thing can pass this message on to us. This can lead down a slippery slope of seeking external validation from others, and the problem is we will never feel good enough until we accept ourselves first. Read More

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