With a little one on the way, I’ve had fun discovering amazing brands that create beautiful things for tiny humans. Chantelle Beukes, owner and creative genius behind the sweetest soft toys, is one of the small business owners that I had the pleasure of ‘e-meeting’ over the past few months. Lucky for us she has shared a bit more about her business on the blog today.
It can be really easy to get caught up in the nutrition nonsense out there, so today I want to share a few things that you can add to your tool-kit as you try and navigate the realm of nutrition and health.
One of its most fundamental principles of Intuitive Eating is to reject the diet mentality, and to learn to live a life free from its clutches. Rejecting the diet mentality requires you to throw out all of those things that offer you the false hope of losing weight quickly, easily, and permanently. Learn more about this principle in today’s post.
Meet Emily, a registered dietitian, gut health fanatic, and one of the smartest people that I know. As our #gamechanger for this month, she has shared a bit about how she has got to where she is today in her career, how she came across HAES and the non-diet approach, and a few other nuggets of wisdom for all of you to learn from.
Pregnancy can be a minefield when it comes to dealing with body image thanks to the big changes that take place in a woman's body in a relatively short space and time. Here are 10 things that have helped me as I have made peace with my body during this season of change.
I was lucky enough to join Laura Thomas on her podcast Don't Salt My Game this week to talk a bit about how Intuitive Eating has served me during my pregnancy over the past 9 months.
Meet Frances, a ray of light and creative genius (in my opinion) who has a gift for making beautiful things. In this Budding Entrepreneur's feature, Frances shares her creative journey from her school and university years, to starting and running her own business.
Learn about the basic physiology of lactation in this post that forms part of the Taste & See Blog Women's Health Series.
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“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly Plants” - Michael Pollan
Today on Taste & See I have the privilege of sharing a Q&A session with the lovely Linda (@thehonestgrazer) who shares a bit about her background and journey with food, love of plant-based cooking, and hopes and dreams for the future.