How to plan healthy meals for busy families with Ashley Jubinville
If you're wondering how you can find time to meal prep and cook healthy meals for your family when every week is a busy week, then you need Ashley Jubinville, the Kitchen Coach. She'll show you how to be stress free and at least three times more efficient in the kitchen and she'll even have your kids asking to eat vegetables! We're not kidding.While she was a private family chef she discovered the struggles of busy families trying to prepare healthy family dinners in an efficient, practical, easy way that created nourishing meals for the whole family. She mastered the healthy meal prep solution for very busy people, then began teaching other families.To obtain the show notes with more information and links from this episode, and others, visit www.storednaturally.com/GutsyMattersPodcast. Find us on FB https://www.facebook.com/storednaturally/ and on IG @storednaturallyIn this Gutsy Matters Podcast episode Ashley shares her wisdom and her passion for real foods being easy, achievable, stress free and family friendly.Ashley reassures us that it's not you; it's that generally we're "not taught how to do food in a way that will literally nurture our health for the rest of our life". She goes on to say that "in fact we're not even taught basic food skills to get by on a busy schedule".She talks about getting vegetables to be the mainstay in your children's diets, how to get vegetables to taste good and how picky little eaters become pickier by eating fast, convenient and processed foods. Everything she says makes sense and motivates you towards fresh meals packed full of vegetables!You can tell she's passionate about reducing stress levels about feeding young families and how to make vegetables the feature of the dish and how to expand the variety of vegetables in a way children really enjoy. If you've been asking questions like "How to do beginners meal prep for a week", or "what are some relatively easy healthy meals that a busy mother with a full time job can make for her family" or "how to find time to cook for your family", then this podcast is the perfect place for you to meet your new Kitchen Coach - Ashely Jubinville.
I knew that I would like today’s guest before I met her. Ashley Jubinville and her partner Matt Weller are the Founders of Phyto, an innovative solution for butter lovers that want an alternative to the dairy variety...theirs is made from plants.Why did I know I would like Ashley? She filled out her application for Flair Incubator as if we were having a chat, and after being invited to the Selection Bootcamp, she responded to our questions with quirky answers that let us get to know her character and personality. This of course was confirmed once we met in person, and having her and Matt involved in Flair has been a blessing, as, in addition to their passion and commitment, they bring butter!Links mentioned in this episode:LinkedIn: Ashley Jubinvillehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleyjubinville/LinkedIn: Matt Weller https://www.linkedin.com/in/mgweller/Phyto: https://www.phyto.kitchen/Phyto Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/phytokitchenPhyto Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phyto.kitchen/The Kitchen Coach: https://thekitchencoach.com/Darling Fresh Consulting: https://darlingfresh.com.au/The Curse of the Capable: http://www.thecurseofthecapable.com/Flair Incubator: https://canvascoworking.com.au/flair/Contact Us:Canvas Coworking https://canvascoworking.com.au/or find us on FB https://www.facebook.com/canvascoworking/Startup Toowoomba https://startuptoowoomba.com.au/or find us on FB https://www.facebook.com/startuptoowoomba/Get in touch with our host, Joy Taylor via LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/joymtaylor/
HSW 84: Getting Organised in the Kitchen with Ashley Jubinville
The Healthy Shift Worker
When we work irregular hours, it’s very hard to feel motivated and inspired to whip up some kind of culinary delight when we’re feeling super exhausted! It’s definitely one of the reasons why we tend to rely on pre-packaged and takeaway foods as super-quick options to “nourish” us when working 24/7. But what if there was a way to make things easier for us in the kitchen? To make us LOVE being in our kitchens?! Well, I may have found a lady who can help you to do just that. Ashley Jubinville, otherwise known as The Kitchen Coach, is chatting with me in today’s episode on all things to do with getting ourselves organised in the kitchen, which is going to help to reduce some of the stress and overwhelm so many of us feel around cooking from scratch (especially after a string of early or night shifts). Links mentioned on the podcast: The Kitchen Coach website – https://thekitchencoach.com/ The Kitchen Coach Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/thekitchencoachAU/ A free e-book especially for listeners of this podcast – https://courses.thekitchencoach.com.au/the-healthy-shiftworker-podcast-gift The post HSW 84: Getting Organised in the Kitchen with Ashley Jubinville appeared first on The Wellness Couch.
Ashley Jubinville is the type of coach you could do with in your kitchen (NNP #54)
New Normal Project
How might you make your next meal even just slightly more healthy? Could you organize your kitchen to make it easier to eat well? Can you maximize the amazing benefits of phytonutrients in your food? I hope you’ll be thinking about these questions after listening to this episode of the New Normal Project show with Ashley Jubinville. Ashley is The Kitchen Coach, helping families find successful strategies in their transition to a healthier, whole food diet while juggling the daily stresses in their world. An effervescent, determined Canadian, Ashley has a no-nonsense, cut-through-the-noise-and-confusion approach that has been an absolute game-changer for thousands of families. With 18 years of research, practice, engineering and passion, Ashley has discovered a formula of success that has her working with clients across the globe. Her unique approach with food, recipes, and her quirky engineering mind, can help get you organised, on-track, and loving the kitchen again. She has done what many doctors told her was impossible with her own personal health challenges since childhood and now helps others prevent the trial, error, time, and frustration in figuring out how to navigate the world of food sensitivities, kitchen organisation and how to get more whole foods into your world. Ashley’s work is her passion, and you can find her sharing her wealth of knowledge through her online programs, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, public speaking, and writing her new book! In this episode Ashley speaks about: Spending time with her Dad in their Canadian vegetable garden Learning from her Mum’s cooking and preserving of food The privilege of fresh food in Australia Her health decline as an engineer in her early 20s How she was diagnosed with coeliac disease What she did when she realized this was an auto-immune condition How quickly her back pain disappeared when gluten was excluded The value of noticing strong aversions and cravings to specific foods The label she now uses for chemically affected foods How much her sense of taste improved when she gave up dairy The importance of phytonutrients in our diet The common misunderstanding about protein and meat How her job as a household cook for a family turned into a business Some of the strategies she uses when she coaches families How quickly children can change their diets Her audacious vision for The Kitchen Coach How 90% of chronic disease is lifestyle-related and preventable Her approach of taking people slowly and only as far as they want to go Some examples of the families she has helped significantly And some advice for my daughter's picky eating You can find Ashley at http://thekitchencoach.com. Please also follow her on Instagram, on Facebook or on Youtube. Ashley has a gift for New Normal Project podcast listeners. It's a free download of her “Cook With Me LIVE” Recipe Series 1 eBook, containing 27 delicious recipes that will help either those in love with, or those just dabbling in plant powered foods! Please go directly to this link: Cook With Me LIVE Recipe Series 1 eBook After the interview, I tell you about a recently published scientific paper on the value of healthy plant foods, I update you on some of my recent challenges, and I let you know the challenge I’ll be making based on the discussion in this episode. Please enjoy listening to Ashley Jubinville. Live well, feel well, do well. Andrew Davies -------------------- About the New Normal Project podcast: The podcast is aimed to inspire and empower you to live your most plant-based, body-moving and mind-focused lifestyle, by hearing about healthy lifestyle pillars such as nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, sleep, connection and purpose. I hope you’ll glean insights to help you make choices about your habits so you become more healthy, fulfilled and conscious. ------------------------------------ Links to people, organisations & other resources mentioned The Kitchen Coach website Ashley Jubinville on Instagram Ashley Jubinville on Facebook Ashley Jubinville on Youtube Cook With Me LIVE Recipe Series 1 eBook (Ashley’s gift to you) The Whole Connection Scientific article in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Book “Eat, Drink and Be Healthy” (Walter Willett, with P.J. Skerrett) Nurses’ Health Study Health Professionals Follow Up Study Episode 2 of New Normal Project podcast with Rich Roll & Julie Piatt Episode 46 of New Normal Project podcast with Andy Ramage Episode 53 of New Normal Project podcast with John Orchard Episode 444 of the Rich Roll Podcast with Andy Ramage New Normal Project podcast New Normal Project website New Normal Project on Facebook New Normal Project on Instagram: @newnormalproject New Normal Project on Twitter: @newnormalproj Email Andrew Davies: email@example.com Andrew Davies on Instagram: @andrewdavies66 Andrew Davies on Twitter: @andrewdavies66 Andrew Davies on Facebook Subscribe to the New Normal Project newsletter: www.newnormalproject.com.au
Want to eat healthier, feel better, and enjoy cooking more? Feeling overwhelmed with where to start or that it’s all too much to sort out in your busy schedule right now? Enter, your Kitchen Coach, Ashley Jubinville. Carren and Cyndi interview this inspirational woman who not only teaches Yoga but helps people create healthier pantries. The post UC 213: Kitchen Coaching with Ashley Jubinville appeared first on The Wellness Couch.