img_2545.jpgHello! Thanks for stopping by at Sophie’s Healthy Kitchen… My name is Sophie Bertrand, I have a BSc degree in Psychology and I am a qualified nutritionist having recently completed an MSc in Nutrition and Eating Disorders. Here you can find simple recipes that are as delicious as they are nutritious! Although I am not vegan, a lot of my recipes are plant based, as I tend to stick to plant-based foods. I do not use refined sugars, white flour, or any other processed ingredients; only using ingredients with nutritional value (most of time)! I think all food should be enjoyed in moderation and when I refer to ‘Sophie’s healthy kitchen’ not only am I referring to healthy food but a healthy relationship with food. See my most recent blog posts here. I also blog for Physique Sports Ltd, writing health and fitness content for their website.

Eating for health is extremely important, and something I am incredibly passionate about. There are so many different aspects of our health that we need to be aware of: a healthy heart, healthy kidneys, healthy liver, strong bones, mental health…. The list goes on. Although we cannot always control our health, there are ways in which we can help maintain a healthy lifestyle and improve our wellbeing- and I have been educated to believe that we can do this through diet. Now, a ‘diet’ is not a term I use for weight loss. Magazines and media tell us that a diet is something someone goes on when trying to lose weight. However, it is actually a term used to describe the kinds of food one eats. We shouldn’t be ‘dieting’ to lose weight, we should be looking at our diet and asking ourselves: ‘Is my body getting all the essential nutrients it needs?’. When I eat, cook or bake, I am always aware of what that food contains, and what nutritional value its providing me with. I always opt for the healthier option when baking- not all cakes have to be unhealthy, or created with processed ingredients. I wanted to explore, and demonstrate that healthy eating isn’t boring! It shouldn’t be a task or a challenge; it should be a way of life. I am always reading and researching about what foods can be added to ones diet to improve certain aspects of health- be sure to check out my posts on the ‘nutrition‘ page and keep up with my healthy recipes. I hope you enjoy reading and learning about how to create healthier ‘treats’ and how to add nutritional value to your diet. Please be aware that this is not a ‘weight-loss’ website.

As a qualified nutritionist I am now available to work with individuals and am offering initial free consultations to get started in helping you achieve your goals.

If you have any questions, want to collaborate in anyway or just want to say hi, please email me at sophieshealthykitchen@gmail.com.

You can also keep up to date with my posts via instagram, twitterpinterest and Facebook. 




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