Jessica Sepel (BHlth, Adv Dip Nutritional Medicine) is a clinical nutritionist, author and international health and travel expert. She is also the beloved voice behind 'JSHealth', passionately advocating how to achieve a balanced lifestyle through wholefoods and a healthy relationship with food to her vibrant social media community on Instagram, Facebook and Youtube. Jess is also a regular contributor to Vogue Australia's Spy Style, Well+Good NYC, PopSugar andMindBodyGreen and brand ambassador for CottonOn and Nature's Way Wholefoods and Vitamins. Jess's book The Healthy Life is based on her popular and previously self-published ebook The Clean Life.
Aussie food blogger and nutritionist Jessica Sepel’s philosophy is that you can ALWAYS make a healthy alternative to your favourite sweet.
Ask Jess: A Day on My Plate: https://t.co/URyDNNrBbQ via @YouTube
by @JessicaSepel - 2 months ago
How to Make Healthy Choices When Socialising | JSHealth: https://t.co/hCsEGRGU5w via @YouTube
Foods I'd Never Eat | JSHealth: https://t.co/IE4GAjvFrO via @YouTube
https://t.co/dQ4lilVjV4 @TurnbullMalcolm #FoodRevolution
by @JessicaSepel - 5 months ago
Cape Town Hot Spots 2016 https://t.co/QXLdpfIh1v https://t.co/TIosGEd2Sf
JSHealth - 4 hours ago
Sharing my super simple and helpful tricks to beat sugar cravings on the blog today!! xo
JSHealth - 10 hours ago
Have you had your #JSHealth Liver Flush Tonic yet?? An amazing way to kick start your metabolism first thing in the morning!!
JSHealth - 23 hours ago
NEW ONE PAN DINNER!! I am OBSESSED with these - as easy as throwing a protein and some veggies on a baking tray, adding a tasty marinade and popping in the oven to cook 🙌🙌🙌 This Honey-Mustard Chicken is my latest creation. And it tastes incredible. Just cut 10-12 Brussels sprouts and a punnet of cherry tomatoes in half and arrange on a lined baking tray. Chop ends off a bunch of asparagus and arrange on the same baking tray. Drizzle with 1 tbsp olive oil and season with sea salt. Add 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar, 1 heaped tbsp Dijon mustard and 1 tbsp honey and whisk until combined. Add two organic chicken breasts to the centre of the tray and spoon over marinade. Place tray in 180° oven and bake for 30-35 minutes, until chicken breast is cooked and vegetables are golden!! Easy?? Peasy!! Tag someone who would love some healthy cooking inspo 😘
Salted Caramel Stuffed Dates - Recipe on the blog!
JSHealth - yesterday
Meat-Free Monday at JSHealth!! Full of antioxidants and healthy fats to make your skin glowwww <3
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