Wellness, real food & natural healthcare.

I'm currently studying for my Nutritional Science degree as well as training to become a Dietary Educator, Nutritional Therapist and Essential Oils Educator.

I decided to set up Rosier in part to log my journey but also to share my experiences and things I'm learning along the way.

I want it to be a space where you can learn how to make simple, everyday changes to your lifestyle for your long term health and to just feel better all round .

I'm a big advocate of the whole Just Eat Real Food movement (or #JERF as it gets shortened to) and I believe in being outside lots, spending time in nature and moving our bodies in whatever way feels best.

I hope you'll find the things I'm writing about interesting and useful and I'd love to hear any thoughts or things you discover along the way.

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Thanks for taking the time to read this and I hope you enjoy exploring the rest of my site.

Kat x


Probiotic Tea

I've been perfecting my home brew kombucha and I think I've almost nailed it.


Pure peppermint essential oil

Feeling a little overindulged from Christmas festivities? I certainly am. Well here's what I use to help my digestion.

Red Onions

Onion Soup

Find yourself with excess onions, then try this very quick and easy soup.

The humble onion has many wonderful properties. Well known for its circulatory benefits, it’s a natural antiviral, packed full of vitamins B, C and E, and minerals iron and potassium.

Jerusalem Artichokes

Jerusalem Artichokes

These Winter roots are Jerusalem artichokes. Also known as sunroots, because, as I learned recently, they are the tuber of the sunflower plant. Jerusalem artichokes may receive a bad rep for giving some people wind, but if you can digest them without the side effects, I have a whole host of reasons to eat them more frequently.


Probiotic Coconut Yogurt Recipe

Recently I've been parting with £3 to get my hands on just 350g of coconut yogurt. It's delicious, but indulgent and I cannot keep up that kind of habit.

Gratefully, I discovered that it can be made at home - for half the price and double the fun.

A Rosier Life

Back at the start of 2016, I spent a month detoxing.

By detox, I don't mean some crazy diet where you only drink carrot juice or eat cabbage soup. I just gave my body a proper break.