About Me


My name is Lucy Jade. I am 25 years old and currently live in Coventry.

I have a degree in Food and Nutrition from University College Birmingham and I am graduating in September! I became interested in nutrition, health and how food can help repair the body over the past 4/5 years when I became ill myself. 

In October 2014, my daily routine became barely stomaching any food, any food I did eat would make me feel ill and my days went by as a blur. I found that I couldn't concentrate on things, I was tired all of the time, I lost over 2 stone and 2 dress sizes and my social life completely went out the window. 

It wasn't until about 2 months later I decided to go to the doctors, hoping it was just a virus or a bug that wouldn't shift. After being told it was just 'IBS/Acid reflux/in my head', I changed doctors and they finally helped me to discover that I have an intolerance to Gluten and I am lactose intolerant. Now, this wasn't ideal for me as I lived off bread, pasta and cheese. So my whole diet took a massive haul, and within a few weeks, I was feeling normal again! I slowly started to be able to stomach food again, I had so much more energy and I actually wanted to go outside and see people. 

I have now created a healthy relationship with food, and learning food and nutrition has really helped this. I feel like I am at a comfortable stage in my life and I am trying to accept my body doesn't react well to a bad diet and I need to take care of it as best I can. I used to be the girl that would go on nights out, drink all sorts until the early hours of the morning, eat whatever junk food I could find on the way home, have carby food to soak up the alcohol the next day and do the same thing again and again. I have changed my life for the better and my aim is to help others to do the same! 

I don't think I would have found the transition as simple if it wasn't for social media. Twitter and Instagram literally flooded my brain full of ideas and tips which I wanted to share. That's how I created this blog. I want to use my new nutrition knowledge to help people improve their relationship with food and get healthier! 

So that's basically me! 

I'm always happy to answer any questions so send me an email or contact me through any of my social media handles! 

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