Are you a health-conscious, busy person?
Short on time, but long on taking care of yourself and your loved ones?
Love good food, but aren’t sure where to find nutritious, delicious recipes at the touch of a computer key?
Need inspiration, information and motivation instead Google overload confusion?
Then look no further.
I’m Jane, the Functional Foodie, and I’m passionate about helping busy people take care of their health with real food in the madness of modern life!
I’ve spent over 20 years as a functional nutritionist, and my whole life cooking as a confirmed foodie, spreading the real food word far and wide to create an amazing community of healthy foodies. If you’re reading this, you care about health too, whether yours or a loved one’s.
Coaching clients through a variety of health challenges is something I love doing, whether it’s losing a few pounds or recovering from a serious illness. I know how that feels, and that’s why I’m committed to helping you, but it was my dream to help many more by creating a space where everything you need to be happy and healthy is available in one place – find a recipe, consult the advice archive, improve your knowledge with the Foodie members’ monthly health focus bundles, or take a course to create a life change. It’s all here for you.
To learn more about the different membership levels and my current courses, go here. I’d love to welcome you to the Functional Foodie family!
If you’d like to discuss private coaching, an individual health or eating plan, or contact me for writing, speaking, consulting or teaching about my health special areas of interest, hop over to my consultation site at Trinity Holistics here.
I specialise in specific nutrition for mental health disruptions, ME/chronic fatigue, cancer recovery, autoimmune disorders, gut issues, hormones, ASD diet changes and reaching your happy weight. Oh, and delicious food!
How can I help? I’m a phone call or email away, ready to help you along your individual path to being happy and healthy!
Jane Hutton is a holistic functional nutritionist with over two decades of experience behind her, and three determined recoveries of her own. Her driving ambition is helping people reach, and maintain, vibrant all round health, on all levels, making nutritious, delicious food a daily habit as natural as brushing their teeth.
There’s so much more to being healthy than seeing a healthcare practitioner when we are ill; there’s more to illness than just the physical. Our physical, mental and emotional health are dependent on each other, and need to be in balance for us to really be healthy and happy. Jane learned this the hard way, and came to nutrition (and a rediscovery of her childhood real food roots) via not one, but three brushes with major ill health caused by prolonged, severe stress, including ME and cancer.
Continual professional development, while keeping a keen eye on clinical research, is vital to stay relevant and informed about the latest discoveries and interventions, backed up by scientific evidence. A lifetime love of good food and cooking combines with this knowledge, allowing Jane to create scrumptious recipes with specific health benefits, targeted at particular conditions, and seasonal recipes that are all about enjoying the healthiest, most delicious food – fresh, local produce.
Training, study, and research encompassing a variety of disciplines, such as nutritional therapy, clinical nutrition, functional medicine, and food and environmental allergies, has allowed Jane a holistic view of causal and situational elements of health, with equally holistic solutions.
The result? A way of returning to real food in a modern way, promoting real health, delicious meals and local produce – the art of Functional Food.
Jane specialises in specific nutrition for mental health disruptions, ME/chronic fatigue, cancer recovery, autoimmune disorders, gut issues, hormones, ASD diet changes and reaching your happy weight. Oh, and delicious food!
- Clean Florentines13th November 2017 - 2:09 pm
100g almonds, roughly chopped 100g oats 40g dried apricots, chopped small 40g dried blueberries 40g dried cranberries 30g coconut oil 50g coconut sugar 1 1/2 tbsp honey 20g buckwheat flour 150 ml coconut milk 200g dark chocolate Preheat the oven to 170 degrees, and line a baking tray with baking parchment. Mix the almonds and […]
- Easter Dessert with a Healthy Twist….15th April 2017 - 11:40 pm
As we hit the Easter celebrations, if you’re preparing to entertain the family for Easter Sunday lunch, you might be wondering what to make for dessert that is light yet indulgent, easy to do, and people-pleasing with a seriously healthy edge. For me, a cake using healthily alternative ingredients like ground almonds, polenta and dark […]
- Seasonal Spring Chard with Sausages and Beans5th April 2017 - 10:47 am
This seasonal recipe makes a lovely meal for all the family. Swiss chard may not be considered a staple in the diet of many in the UK, but it should be, especially when locally grown. Part of the beetroot family, it’s incredibly versatile and nutritious, but low in calories. An array of vitamins and minerals […]
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