Heather Nicholds is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist who helps newly minted vegans (or veg-curious) fully nourish their bodies so they have the energy to enJOY their lives. Her focus is on making it happen - clarifying practical strategies, bringing flavor and fun to everyday meals, and making it all work even when we're busy. Heather is a YouTube video personality, and has been a speaker at BlogHer Food and Toronto VegFest, and featured on Shape.com, One Green Planet, Huffington Post and Greatist.
Worried that you won't have any energy, or that you'll miss out on nutrients?
If you want to stick with it, you need to nourish yourself – and you need to make it delicious.
I’d love to show you how.
I'm a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, but I don't work in a clinic. I share my recipes, nutrition advice, and motivation through videos every week. My focus is on the energy we can create, and the fun we can have cooking up an amazing variety of delicious dishes!
If you want to take everything in your life to a higher level, you need to figure out how to make eating healthy food a part of your routine - and make it so tasty that you love every single meal.
If you're confused about how to get started as a vegan, or how to take your healthy eating game to the next level, it's time to simplify. Starting with what you bring into your kitchen--and into your body.
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Most popular recipes
All of my recipes are vegan (i.e. dairy-free, egg-free and meat-free).
Most are also gluten-free, soy-free, and sugar-free - or at least free of refined sugars as well as refined oils.
They are all quick to make, healthy and delicious!
These veggie burgers are based on toasted buckwheat (kasha), and have a boost of hemp protein. They'd also be fantastic with hemp hearts or ground nuts instead.
This chickpea salad sandwich recipe is a perfect lunch to take to work. You can give a slightly ocean-y flavor with mineral-dense sea vegetables. Or not.
Just 4 ingredients, plus one optional addition that I threw in after a brilliant brainwave as I was putting things away. And they taste so good it's ridiculous.
Most popular posts:
I know some people who eat a whole avocado every single day, and others who only eat a half or quarter in a day, and only have them occasionally.
Vitamin B12 supplements are really important for vegans, for anyone with digestive issues and for older adults.
My first experience eating kale was horrible. I was served a gorgeous salad, but I couldn't get it down. I just could not stand eating kale.
Member Success Stories
"Heather, I have to commend you on your body of work and the contribution you are making to teach others, like me, to navigate through the mass of conflicting and confusing information about eating healthily as a vegan, and just health in general. As a newly minted vegan, your site has been a godsend. What I specifically love about it is that I can get whatever level of support I need - when and whether I need it."
- Jennifer, Richmond BC CANADA
- Steve, from Maine.
Newly self-professed vegan yoga-obsessed maniac.
Giving back: 5% to our planet
One of my core reasons for being, in business and in life, is to improve the health of people, animals and our planet.
As part of living in line with my intentions, 5% of your registration for each program is donated to charities that do important work for the health of people, animals and our planet.
I put a lot of thought into choosing organizations that are aligned with my standards and objectives