Innamehealth helps families figure out a new approach to food.
Through my 1:1 consultations and workshops, I work with women who want to shift their own relationship with food or feed their kids with confidence.
I teach women how to make flexible, intuitive choices about what they eat.
Together, we focus on creating healthy habits that last a lifetime - no crash diets in sight!
I also teach mums how to tackle fussy eating in their kids. Together, we focus on implementing a new, family-led approach - without the stress and meal-time meltdowns!
Whether you’re taking control of your own health or seeking support for your kids, Innamehealth gives you practical skills and strategies to transform how you and your family feel about food.
How do you feel about food?
For many of us, it can be a pretty complicated relationship.
And it’s no wonder why. We’re living in a culture that fixates on what we eat (and all the things we should avoid).
From traditional media to glossy mags to the mega-fame of social media influencers, it can feel like everyone has a different ‘hot take’ on health.
But here’s my question:
Even with all that wellness content out there, do you actually feel more informed?
Do you feel clear on what good nutrition really looks like for you?
Do you feel more confident managing your own health?
Do you feel more connected to your body?
For most women, the answer is a resounding NO. Instead, most of us end up totally confused. We struggle through all the conflicting information out there, but still have no idea where to start.
And if you're a mum?
Well then you're up against all that...and then some.
Figuring out what to feed our kids can be a bit of a minefield - especially when they’re fussy eaters!
Naturally, we want our kids to be as healthy as possible. We want to feel sure that they’re getting all the nutrition they need.
That’s why fussy eating can be a huge source of stress for so many mums out there. And it’s even more frustrating when there’s conflicting information around how to handle it.
Conventional advice to ‘ignore it’ or treat it like it’s a phase is well-meaning, but doesn’t consider the bigger issues that can be at play when your child is experiencing fussy eating.
This leaves us mums at our wits end, trying to think of ways to coax our kids to eat a more varied diet.
You can feel like you’ve tried all the strategies you can think of…and yet, you’re still coming up short!
Are your kids displaying signs of fussy eating?
Does your child flat out refuse to try new foods?
Are you constantly trying to slip vegetables in front of an unsuspecting toddler?
If you find yourself wondering what’s ‘normal' or feeling a pang of good ol’ mum guilt, you are NOT alone.
Whether you're trying to tackle fussy eating or beating yourself up over your own diets, here’s the common question you’re probably facing:
“Am I doing this right?”
With so much conflicting advice out there when it comes to food, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed.
But here’s what I need you to know: Living a healthy life isn’t meant to be so HARD.
Real health isn’t meant to be complicated, costly or time-consuming, for you or your kids.
I started Innamehealth because I wanted to teach women that feeding ourselves and our families can be SIMPLE.
I wanted to give women the support and strategies they needed to rethink their relationship with food and help their kids do the same.
Through my 1:1 consultations and workshops, I can:
help you ditch diets and tune into your body
tackle fussy eating and model healthy habits for your kids
figure out what health means to you and your family