Welcome to Rose Nutrition
I’m here to help you reach your health and fitness goals through a whole food plant-based diet and holistic lifestyle changes to promote health, athletic performance, and longevity
My goal is to help educate and inspire my community about the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet and a holistic lifestyle. My passion is food and fitness which are key to a healthy lifestyle that will aid in long-term health and athletic performance.
A Little Bit About Me
Hi, my name is Amber and I have been a foodie and enthusiastic about healthy lifestyle habits since I was really little. I still get excited about trying new foods, recipes, and following a healthy lifestyle.
I have been a Registered Holistic Nutritionist since 2015, where I learned how important and powerful the food you eat is to your overall health. The adage “Abs are Built in the Kitchen” can really be expanded to “Health is Built in the Kitchen”.
I am also a 2019 graduate from Vancouver Island University’s Sports, Health, and Physical Education program. Food is only one of many of the key elements of health, and when habits are developed in all areas, we can have long-term health and meet our health and fitness goals.
The legendary first cup of tea was had by the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong while sitting in his Camellia Garden when a leaf from the Camellia tree accidentally dropped into his hot water to flavour what we now call tea. This is probably far more myth than reality however it started, tea has become part…
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It’s autumn up here on Vancouver Island and with the changing seasons comes cooler weather, cozy sweaters and rain. This makes me start craving soups that are full of veggies, noodles and tasty flavors. Yet I work a few part time jobs and don’t always have access to a microwave so it got me thinking…