About Me


I grew up in America where I studied Writing & Culture at Louisiana State University, graduating with a Degree in Arts & Science. I worked in the creative industry for 14 years, mostly as a producer in documentary television. During that time I found myself frequently discussing health issues with colleagues as long working hours, irregular eating patterns and excessive sugar intake seemed to contribute to low energy, weight gain and dissatisfaction. In my spare time I was obsessing over nutrition research, trying to understand the connection between diet and health. That’s when I realized I needed a career change. I wanted to be part of the movement that was raising awareness towards healthy and preventative living, so I left television to study Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy.

As a qualified practitioner, I support and advise my clients through a combination of science-based nutrition and naturopathic principles. I also educate my clients on how they can choose to live a practical, healthy lifestyle. When I became a mother my passion evolved again, naturally towards becoming an expert in infant and toddler nutrition. Age 0-2 is the most delicate age of our lives, when the immune system is developing, the brain expanding, the gastrointestinal tract maturing and the palate evolving. My passion is to help parents help their children develop a healthy relationship with food, starting in infancy, and to understand and experience the wonderment of putting good food in our bodies. Thank you for stopping at my blog. I am thrilled to share my knowledge and experiences with you!

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