Guess what? I won an award! Read more about the Health Bloggers Community and That Protein awards 2018 and take a look at some of the awesome photos from the evening over here.
‘I never use sugar in my tea, only natural sweeteners like Stevia’ / ‘Oh but I have heard that sweetener causes cancer’ / ‘Xylitol is the BEST thing for baking sugar-free things, because sugar is just the worst’. Do any of these sound familiar? Want to find out what the evidence says? Well head on over and give today’s post a read for the answers.
Meet Kate, yet another RD-to-be who is doing some amazing things. She is a graduate student, nutrition educator, and aspiring author, speaker and blogger! Learn more about her journey into the world of nutrition and dietetics, what her plans are for when she graduates, and some of her (AMAZING) tips for living a happy and healthy life
Meet this month’s budding (or rather blossoming) entrepreneur, Nicola Kok of Simply Granola. I can’t wait to share a good cup of coffee and granola-filled breakfast with her in future to learn all that I can from her experiences as an all-round awesome businesswoman.
I have been lucky enough to be shortlisted for the Health Bloggers Community Health Blog Awards this year! 🥑 Please support me and help Taste & See get loads of public votes by casting your vote here.
I started this series over on Instagram as a way to tackle some basic nutrition and related topics in bite-size chunks every week. It has been a great way for me to challenge myself to keep learning and sharing, and as a bonus it makes my feed look good! As an extra bonus, I've linked to a few relevant resources and scientific papers related to each topic for further reading.
The #WednesdayWisdom Series
“Don’t let food or exercise have power over your life, you are meant for so much more than having a perfect body!” - McKenzie Caldwell
Meet McKenzie, an RD-to-be who is doing amazing things in the healthcare space and making the world a more compassionate place by facilitating discussion and changing the conversations around her for the better, one day at a time.