Whether you’re looking to fully overhaul your diet and lifestyle, or just keen to load your plate with more healthy foods, you’re in the right place.
Hi, I’m Erin Bosanquet. Nutritionist and foodie. My mission is to help you live a healthy, whole life.
How this website can help you
This website is for you if you want to:
- Include more delicious healthy foods into your diet
- Find simple, delicious recipes that don’t include a million ingredients
- Use the latest evidence-based nutrition information
- Feel supported while you change your diet and lifestyle
- Find resources to help you reach your health goals
- Make sense of the confusing and conflicting information out there
- Learn how to make healthier decisions on a daily basis
This is the website I wish I had years ago when I began researching and eating a healthier diet.
A little about me
I’m a qualified nutritionist with a passion for creating healthy recipes. I studied a Bachelor of Health Science for Nutritional Medicine at Endeavour College of Natural Health in Melbourne. Through my studies, I’ve learned the importance of science-based nutrition and how the food we eat can either make us sick or make us healthy. Working with clients has provided valuable experience that I want to share with you.
I haven’t always had a healthy relationship with food. During my teens and early 20’s I was constantly on some kind of fad diet, restricting my food, only for it to end in overeating/binging. I over-exercised because I thought it was the only way. The goals I set for myself were based around how much weight I wanted to lose or what clothes I wanted to fit into. Rarely did I ever actually reach any of them. Most importantly, I was unhappy and felt unhealthy.
I’m an animal lover through and through and border-line obsessed with French Bulldogs, especially my pups, Luna and Frankie. So, expect to see their cute little faces pop up on the pages of this website and on over on Instagram.
My food and health philosophy
My health philosophy is simple:
- Eat more plants.
The research is clear about the benefits of including more plant foods.
- Choose whole foods.
Fill your kitchen with fresh, whole foods and less processed foods.
- Let go of the perfectionism.
It’s not all-or-nothing. Take the pressure off yourself.
- No more dieting.
I don’t believe in restrictions or deprivation.
- Move your body in a way that you enjoy.
It’s more sustainable and will reduce your stress around exercise.
- Find your own balance.
What works for me, may not work for you. And that’s ok.
- Treats are part of a healthy lifestyle.
Because, what’s a life without chocolate, right?