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What’s your wellness philosophy ?

I believe a healthy relationship with food and your body is essential for a healthy life. I eat to nourish my body. It’s the best act of self-love. I also follow the 80/20 rule. 80 per cent of the time, I eat whole-foods. The remaining 20 per cent of the time, I allow for flexibility and indulgence. I love a glass of wine or a scoop of hazelnut gelato. I believe in moderation, eating mindfully, and enjoying my food.

Talk us through the moment when you decided to take the leap and turn JS Health from an idea into a business?

I dieted from the age from 13 to 23 and it caused me to develop a very damaging relationship with food and my body. After years of suffering, I finally made a commitment to drastically change my approach to my relationship with food. At this time, I was studying to be a clinical nutritionist and decided to start a blog. I was sharing my innermost thoughts and fears in the hopes that I could help other people who were struggling with the same issues. I’ve always worn my heart on my sleeve and I’m not afraid to speak my truth. Thousands of people were coming to the blog each day – it blew me away. The community prompted me to create an e-book detailing my philosophy on health and nutrition, which ended up being a huge success. That’s when publishers started approaching me to write my first book, The Healthy Life.I then wrote my second book, Living the Healthy Life and released the 8-week program. In 2018, we launched the JSHealth App and JSHealth Vitamins. Starting the blog was organic and having it turn into a brand and business was. complete accident! But I really believe it’s my calling in life to help others on their journey to a healthy and balanced life.

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