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Our immune system is our personal weapon against viruses. It is divided into two main parts – the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system. There are many factors that affect the rate at which are immune systems works – stress being one of them. Too much stress can adversely affects the immune system … Read MoreRead More
Coconut milk or almond milk for my smoothies – I always use vegan milk now because I find cow’s milk congesting on my skin. I always have avocados in my fridge to chuck in salads or smoothies. They are packed with fibre and healthy fats which are great for energy and the brain! I’m obsessed … Read MoreRead More
INGREDIENTS 150 g / 5.30 oz vegan 70% cocoa dark chocolate 120 ml / ½ cup aquafaba (chickpea brine), from a tin of chickpeas 200 g / 1 cup sugar, I used a natural sweetener made from stevia 180 g / ¾ cup 100% natural peanut butter 2 tbsp water or plant milk (I used … Read MoreRead More
The skin is the body’s largest organ. Good skin starts from within so looking at the diet is a good place to begin if you want healthy-looking skin. The gut and liver are key organs in skin health so in order to have great skin, both these organs need to be functioning well. Here are … Read MoreRead More
How Stress Affects Our Immune System Stress has been linked with a weakened immune system. A recent review in the Psychology Journal documents that chronic stress, lasting over a long period of time, is associated with higher levels of inflammation in the immune system that has potential further health consequences. So too much stress is … Read MoreRead More
Veganism is everywhere and more and more people are choosing to become vegan mostly for ethical and compassionate choices such as animal welfare. Veganism is now a way of living – it isn’t just about giving up dairy and meat, it’s a lifestyle choice that goes across all aspects of life including fashion, beauty and … Read MoreRead More
Ingredients Base 1 cup of cashews 1 cup of desiccated coconut 3 tbsp of cocoa powder 6 pitted dates 3 tbsp honey Filling 1 cup of quinoa 1 cup of coconut milk 3 pitted dates Method For the crust, put all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend until a dough like mixture. … Read MoreRead More
For the past week I’ve been trialling the new CBD lozenges by Naturopathica. I wanted to see if the active cannabidiol (don’t worry it’s the non psychoactive compound!) would make a difference to my stress levels. More specifically I wanted to see if they would enhance feelings of calm and assist in better sleep. Here’s … Read MoreRead More
Let’s face it – healthy eating can be a minefield. There are so many diets out there that are considered to be healthy – keto, intermittent fasting, vegan, gluten-free… the list goes on. But healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated! Below are some of the basic ingredients to a balanced diet: 1) … Read MoreRead More
Some people believe that adrenal fatigue isn’t a ‘thing’ and that it’s not documented or a real illness. Some doctors dismiss patients and tell them that their symptoms are ‘all in their head’ and that they need to stop being hypochondriacs. However, 80% of adults have suffered from adrenal fatigue at some stage in their … Read MoreRead More
I’m a fan of supplements but only to SUPPLEMENT the diet. I’m also a big believer that we live in a world where we are lacking in many nutrients because our diets rely on quick fixes and convenience foods that aren’t nutrient-dense. Stress is also a major robber of vitamins and minerals, especially the energy … Read MoreRead More
Ingredients 2 cups of ground almonds 2 cups of desiccated coconut 2 scoops of vegan protein powder 2 tbsp of beetroot powder 2 tbsp freeze-dried raspberry powder 1.5 cups of honey Method Mix all the dry ingredients into a food processor and mix. Add in the honey whilst the machine is on and blend until … Read MoreRead More
It’s a bit of a buzz word now. High protein foods are now everywhere. And they should be because protein is so important. Especially for women. Why is protein so important in the body? Protein are chains of amino acids that are essential for the human body. There are 20 amino acids of your body … Read MoreRead More
Fatigue is the no 1 complaint I see again and again in my clinic and when I give public talks which is why I’ve written a new blog post on the key reasons people are tired all the time. You’d be surprised at what they are AND how easy it is to feel more energised … Read MoreRead More
The adrenal glands are our stress glands that sit on top of the kidneys. They are chiefly responsible for regulating the stress response through the synthesis of numerous hormones. Healthy adrenal glands secrete a number of hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. These allow our bodies to deal with physical and emotional stress. Every time … Read MoreRead More
WARNING – Supplements is a minefield and should only be taken to ‘supplement’ the diet. It’s hard isn’t it? Choosing the right supplements for you. I’ve been recommending supplements to clients for over 10 years now and usually I like to use tests such as blood tests, urine tests and hair mineral tests before I … Read MoreRead More
I set up miss nutritionist in 2010. As soon as I had my certificate from my college I was seeing clients literally on that day. My business started to go from strength to strength but it certainly wasn’t easy! After graduating I realised that I knew nothing about running a business and had to learn … Read MoreRead More
INGREDIENTS • 1 cup (140g) ground almonds • 1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder (37 g) • 1 teaspoon baking powder • 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt • 1/2 cup (160g) honey • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract • 1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons water • 3 tablespoons (30g) brown rice flour • 2 … Read MoreRead More
It’s a C word that gets spoken about a lot but one that carries a lot of weight with it (excuse the pun). So let’s break it down and you can make a decision for yourself… What is a calorie? A calorie is simply a unit of energy—it’s a measurement, just like inches or degrees … Read MoreRead More
Many of us rely on that morning cup of coffee or tea to wake us up, to keep us going through the morning and to provide a boost for the mid-afternoon dip in mood and energy. While this may appear to be a pretty harmless habit, it is by no means the ideal solution to … Read MoreRead More
Who is Miss Nutritionist?
Rosie Millen studied at the renowned Institue of Optimum Nutrition and graduated with a Nutritional Therapy Diploma in 2010. Since then, Miss Nutritionist has been going from strength to strength. Back in 2014 Rosie was diagnosed with Adrenal Fatigue and knows what it is like to be so fatigued you can’t get out of bed, so Miss Nutritionist specialises in fatigue and energy management.
Rosie set up Miss Nutritionist over 5 years ago. As soon as she received her first certificate from ION she was seeing clients. She learnt about managing her own business and working closely with her clients to achieve extraordinary results.