The Food Girl is Going International!


I am so excited to finally get to share what  I have been tirelessly working on over the past year!

With all of your support FoodGirlUK has grown so fast and is being recognised and published internationally! This demanded that I change my site and social media to The Food Girl, dropping the ‘UK’. So, launching in December will be my shiny new site, which will be more interactive, organised, easy to read and find the things that interest you most!

Also, you will be able to download my new e-books! That’s right! 2 books absolutely free! The Food Girl’s Juicilicious Juicing Guide with all the information you need to get in all the right nutrients for a healthier you with some fabulous juice recipes and The Food Girl’s Favourite Foods Made Healthy. This book will show you where to find hidden sugars and how to make them easily and affordably at home!

With that in mind there will no longer be posts at this web address. So please be patient while we take down this site. You can find the new one at Please remember to bookmark this site and allow email alerts!

And in case you didn’t already know, you can continue to follow me on twitter @The_Food_Girl and on Instagram @The_Food_Girl

Can’t wait to return in December!

‘Til then…

The Food Girl


ICN2 Rome 2014

This week the world’s governments are gathering in Rome for a conference that aims to address malnutrition in all its forms. Following the conference I attended back in May in Geneva, an open letter calling for a binding treaty has been sent to the heads of the WHO and FAO, co-authored by Consumers International (1), the World Obesity Federation, the UK Health Forum and consumer groups in Fiji and Mexico, with the support of over 320 individuals and organisations! This is very exciting news! Things are starting to shake up!

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The UK’s regulatory environment misses the mark on promoting healthy diets

Unhealthy Food Environments Foodgirluk

The Coalition Government’s approach to obesity-prevention is relying too heavily on food industry participation, seeing the policy decision making power handed over to those who produce the foods which contribute and perpetuate to the obesity problem, allowing them to make the rules for which they chose to abide by. This is seeing the pressure put upon individuals to make lifestyle changes in a sea of unsupported and unhealthy food environments. Government should be helping to shape these environments making it easier to chose healthy food options and more difficult to chose the unhealthy foods! Read my article recently published about where the Government is missing the mark on tackling obesity here.

The Future of Food Seminar Series Kicks Off Tomorrow

FullSizeRenderThere are some exciting things happening all around Britain over the next 18 months addressing critical food issues! Tomorrow (October 29, 2014) marks the first of the Future of Our Food seminars! See below for the schedule and more information.

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Chipotle Black Bean Chilli with Avocado for a Deliciously Spicy Meatless Monday


I love trying new recipes especially meatless meals I can share with you on Meatless Monday! This one I received from It’s bursting with flavour and full of your essential nutrients like protein and a variety of vitamins from the vegetables!

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Protein Packed Meatless Monday Walnut & Almond Lettuce Wraps


When I discuss the benefits of going meatless one day a week to support the Meatless Monday’s Campaign, I am faced with people who suddenly care so much about getting enough protein. This is sometimes laughable as if you were to take a look at most people’s diets, they are not doing a great job of getting enough nutrients in anyways eating processed foods and meals with little nutritional value. However, there are also those who take care of their bodies and workout regularly who are genuinely concerned with muscle support…to these fit people I can promise you that it is possible to get protein in without eating meat. Especially simply giving it up one day peer week!

Check out this recipe (which is DELICIOUS by the way!)

Walnut & Almond Lettuce Wraps


Packing Your Child’s LunchBox & Avoiding Hidden Sugars

Checkout my recent article published on the fabulous site Slowstruck!
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Think you know sugar? Think again…


We all know that too much sugar is bad for our health…but did you know sugar is hidden in more ways than you can imagine – in foods that many people have for decades been taught are healthy – and they should be! Follow my blog for updates on the truth behind what’s in your food and see my recently published article about the impacts of sugar beyond your health! And there are many! It’ll have you questioning why we still demand the stuff! See here for my recently published article!


Olive it road show

I am so excited to be able to offer Food Girl readers the chance to win this extraordinary experience! It’s a foodie’s dream and I will be so jealous of the winner!

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What the Cluck??? It’s Chicken Month! What you need to know about the chicken you’re buying from your grocery store…

What the Cluck Help US

September is National Chicken Month and the ASPCA is raising awareness about the plight of chickens raised on factory farms in order to inspire the us – the public – to demand chicken be raised in healthier, more humane conditions. According to findings from a national survey just released, more than ¾ of chicken consumers wish there were more humanely-raised options available to buy at their local grocery stores.

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