Healthy Cooking Courses

Join me in my four or three-week cooking courses and learn the basics of healthy eating. You will feel your best, and radiate health from the inside out.
"Life is precious, you are precious, and so treat yourself accordingly"
- Unknown

The foundations of a healthy diet is a 4 week course where you will learn the nutrition basics of what comprises a healthy diet alongside quick, tasty and super nutritious recipes to easily incorporate into your lifestyle.


Did you know that at least 50% of your plate should be a rainbow of veggies? No matter which dietary theory you follow, everyone is agreeing: eat more veg! In this class you will learn how to make veggies taste delicious, easy ways eat beyond your 5 a day, a vinaigrette that will make you crave lettuce and how to make a green smoothie.


Not sure what complex carbohydrates are, and whether you should be eating them? We will cook a variety of different grains including quinoa, oats and brown rice (the most delicious brown rice mushroom risotto coming your way!). What’s all the hype about gluten free and should you follow the fad? We will discuss the benefits of a gluten free diet and also pitfalls not to fall into.


Would you like to consume less meat but you’re worried about where to get your protein from? We will discuss and cook a variety of different pulses, including an amazing one pot lentil curry. I will show you how to make the most delicious tofu dish and you will learn some surprising places that protein can be found!


We KNOW sugar is bad for us (it really is) but we LOVE the taste (oh yes, it’s highly addictive!!) Learn how to make some ridiculously tasty treats so that you need never feel deprived. Including chocolate brownies, raw chocolate and banana ice cream.

Breakfast, Lunch & supper;
a 3 week course

Morning time

I recently shocked a client when I told her I don't often eat breakfast (as I intermittent fast).
She said, 'But isn't breakfast the most important meal of the day?'
I answered - well that really depends what you're eating for breakfast if you're starting your day with a sugary carbohydrate loaded meal - truthfully you'd be much better off without it!

In week 1 of this 3 week course we will discuss some truths about breakfast, including the ideal time to eat and what to start the day with (whether it's at 8 AM or midday).
Most peoples mornings are rushed, so the recipes included can be put together quickly, with some slightly longer more indulgent recipes for the weekend.
You will learn how to make; goodness packed açai bowls, your own nut butter and nut milk, fluffy almond milk French toast, easy favourite smoothies, pancakes and overnight oats.


Lunch is an important meal and an easy one to get wrong. We need plenty of energy to power through the rest of the day without the 3 o'clock energy slump or the temptation of snacking on sugary treats to keep us going.
In week 2 of this course, you will learn how to make satisfying and filling lunches that leave you full of energy rather than sitting in a food coma. There will be options of lunches to have on the go, or to pack up to take to work as well as longer lunches that you can take your time over.
You will learn how to make; filling and nutrient dense soups, hearty and satisfying salads with delicious dressings, easy adaptable grain based dishes, buddha bowls and more....


This is generally the meal that most people have more time to prepare for and to sit down and enjoy. That said we don't want to make supper too heavy or it will disturb our sleep cycles.
In week 3 of this course you will learn nutritious quick meals that you can eat together as a family or with friends.
You will learn how to make; creamy vegan Mac & cheese, a tasty veggie burger with all the trimmings, a delicious lentil bolognese, 5 veg pasta sauce (for the littles and the bigs!) and a kid friendly curry with gluten free naan!

"Ideas are worth nothing unless backed by application. The smallest of Implementations is always worth more than the grandest of intentions."
- From the 5 AM club, Robin Sharma

I have been passionate about nutrition since my early twenties.

Once I saw food as calories.
Now I see food as nourishment.
This shift of perspective is freedom
There is no one size fits all when it comes to diet (by diet I mean style of eating. NEVER EVER GO ON A DIET)
I have been vegetarian since my teens and it’s a way of eating that sits right for me. As a health coach though I have no judgement around people who choose to eat meat and in some cases it is in fact a healthier choice.

When I coach clients I look to create a bespoke programme for their needs which takes into account;
- Ancestry
- Health concerns
- Physical activity
- Likes and dislikes
- Blood type
- Stage of life
And much more….

That said … nutrition is more straight forward than can sometimes appear to be the case.

Generally speaking I advocate my clients to;
eat more plants and less meat, drink more water, reduce sugar, gluten and dairy, move more often, prioritise rest & relaxation and experiment with intermittent fasting.

Ok if that sounds like a lot 
- of course I meet you where you are at - 
and we create a programme that is sustainable for you.

You can book 1-1 health coaching with me or it forms part of your bespoke wellness plan.

I also teach healthy cooking courses if you are local to me in South Oxfordshire you can join live or you can cook from the comfort of your own kitchen and follow the class via zoom.
"Success is something you attract by the person you become."
- Jim Rohn