I’m Lisa a Swedish registered holistic nutritionist living in London with my husband and 2 boys, one with multiple food allergies and celiacs disease.
I’m a firm believer in using food as natural medicine.
We are what we eat and how we fuel our bodies are directly linked to have we feel and look. Kids nutrition is very close to my heart and I want educate people how to provide nutritious, delicious, quick and easy- to- make meals for our families.
My website and YouTube channel provides a resource for people who want to upgrade their health.
Thank’s for stopping by!
Header photo by the lovely Annika Bloch

♥ Lisa

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  1. hi, i have given you a award on my blog,please take a look :)http://clairejustineoxox.blogspot.com/2011/04/so-pleased-to-get-these-awardsnot-1-but.html

  2. Dear Lisa,

    I loooove your blog. I discovered it just now on my friend’s MetropolotanMum’s blog.

    Thank You for sharing the recipes ! I totally agree in food being natural medicine. I switched to eat vegan… good bye meat, fish, eggs, cheese (hard one for me… sigh), cappuccino and so on, the list is long. But I got to discover so many wonderful vegetables and other products. Only exception is chocolate though from time to time… Milk chocolate, dark, delicious Patrick Roger pralinés…

    Anyway, I just wanted to tell you that I will check out your recipes, will replace any cheeses and cream by something else.

    Thanks also for the topping of home made crisps. I did quite some last week when friends came over for EURO 2012 matches (I am German. I don’t care about soccer, but hey, it was fun to have areason to eat crisps and drink champagne in front of telly).
    They loved them !
    Try betroots. They exist in nice colors. You treat them as the potatoes. I just added salt and pepper. They are delicious, as quite sweet in taste, almost caramelised…

    Have a lovely day !

    All the best from Paris,

      1. And I thank YOU, very much. May be linking to some of your posts in the coming weeks, as I am creating a sort of “doctoring” page for my site and will back up my personal practices with better explanations than I can give on a single page. So, will drive traffic here. You don’t mind, right? 😉

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