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Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.40%. The average number of likes per post is 673 and the average number of comments is 51.

20.63% of the followers that engaged with nourish_naturally regularly are from Australia, followed by United States at 17.46% and Canada at 11.11%. In summary, the top 5 countries of nourish_naturally's posts engager are coming from Australia, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Czech Republic.

Nourish_naturally loves posting about Hair & Beauty, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink.

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  • Australia 20.63 %
  • United States 17.46 %
  • Canada 11.11 %
  • United Kingdom 9.52 %
  • Czech Republic 4.76 %


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NEW RECIPE: Stuffed Baked Pumpkin with Cranberries and Mixed Nuts 🤤 👩🏼‍🍳 This recipe is an absolute MUST to add to your weekly meals! Packed with flavour & colour, this recipe is super healthy & super satisfying! 👆🏼Click the link in my bio or head to my latest story to get the full recipe & save it so you can try it!! 🥰 Tag a friend who would love this👇🏼 #plantbased #eatmoreplants #plantfoods #plantsofinstagram #pumpkin #dietitian #roast #bakedgoods #bakedpumpkin #pumpkin #nuts #driedfruit #plantpower #plantbasedfood #yum #lunch #dinner #eatyoveggies #nourish #nourishyourbody #almonds #cranberries #eattherainbow

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IT’S MY BIRTHDAY TODAY 🥳 🥳🥳 AND I’M BACK 🤘🏼 I took an epic few weeks off insta over Christmas & NYs, and lets just say, I am PUMPED FOR 2021! 😄👏🏼 This little summer break with the family was exactly what I needed! 🌞😌 We did lots of beach, relaxing, fun projects around the house, cooking, eating. 😂 You should head to my stories for a quick recap ✌🏼 I also worked on my business plan for the year and I have so much awesome stuff in store for you guys! Get ready for loads of awesome plant filled recipes, nutrition hacks & education, workouts & more! This is going to be the best year yet! 🌱😆 P.S. anyone want some cake 😂 #itsmybirthday #imback #happybirthday #january #januarybaby #birthday #birthdaycake #cake

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How to make your New Year’s Resolutions stick👇🏼 If you’re setting New Year’s Resolutions today, skip the quick fixes & the all-or-nothing approach.🔀 Instead, set yourself some healthy habit goals that you can follow long term, ie all of 2021! Let me explain👇🏼 🏃‍♀️My New Year’s Resolution for 2020 was to build back into running by the end of the year👶🏼 Now you wouldn’t expect me to go straight from giving birth to running a P.B. in a marathon the next day right?! Of course not! I needed to build healthy habits that I could stick to long term to help me achieve my goal of running by the end of 2020! 🌟 I started by walking up & down the hospital corridor 🌟A week later I walked to the coffee shop 🌟A few weeks later I was able to lift my shopping bags 🌟I started body weight exercises 🌟I started weight training 🌟I jogged 100m 🌟I ran 1km 🌟I lifted heavier 🌟I ran further 🌟I ran faster 😄Last week I ran a 1km P.B.😄 I now run 2x per week👏🏼 I achieved my goal of getting back into running by the end of 2020! 👊🏼 Now when it comes to setting your goals for 2021, whatever they may be, make them goals you can stick to long term. If you’re working on healthy eating /weight loss goals, skip the quick fixes & all-or-nothing approach like detoxes & fad diets! ✖️ Going on a detox or starting a fad diet is kinda the same as trying to run a marathon the day after having a baby. It’s not helping you. It’s going to hurt your body. It doesn’t build any long term healthy habits. And you’ll probably stop a few days in, get frustrated at yourself for not sticking at it & then start again...& the cycle continues. Instead, focus on some healthy habit goals you can work on for 2021↙️ 🌟I’ll fill 1/2 my dinner plate with vegetables each night 🌟I’ll enjoy 2 alcohol free days/week 🌟I’ll cook dinner at home 4x/week 🌟I’ll give myself 10min of me time every day 🌟I’ll take my lunch to work 3x/week 🌟I’ll go to bed 30min earlier each night 🌟I’ll swap soft drink for water on week days 🌟I’ll wake up 20minutes earlier & go for a jog 2x/week What are your goals for 2021?👇🏼 If you need help, join @the_nourish_naturally_program & let me help you 🥰

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What a year // Cya 2020 👋🏼 Who would have thought we'd have a year like 2020? What a rollercoaster🎢 But it’s also been a year of incredible growth! Transitioning to working mum life, the launch of my recipe ebooks & my digital e-course; it’s been amazing despite the challenges! From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you all! Thank you for your support; your kind messages & your friendship! Thank you to every single one of you! You have NOT gone unnoticed. To continue to grow, we also need rest. So I’ll be taking a little break to spend time with family & friends; to rejuvenate & be ready for 2021 😄✌🏼 I’ll be offline for the most part until 2021, so if you urgently need something, you can shoot me an email 📧🌞 Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas 🎄 💫 Isaiah 9:6 💫 And I’ll catch you in the new year! 🥳😘 xx #merrychristmas #christmas #christmas2020 #holiday #holidaybreak #cya2020 #dietitian

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What time do you eat dinner? 🥙🥗🌮Tell me in the comments below 👇🏼 I usually eat dinner around 8pm but one of my goals for 2021 is to start eating dinner earlier! Why? Well I recently wrote an article for @successible_life called “What Should I Eat for Dinner and When? A Dietitian’s Opinion” (head to my stories for the link if you want to read it🤓). In the article, I looked at what you should be eating for dinner, as well as WHEN you should be eating dinner. And I touched on an emerging area of nutrition - chrononutrition, which refers to coordinating your food intake with your body clock. This research is finding that if your eating time for dinner is too late at night, it may negatively affect your health. I’ll definitely be doing more research into this area & sharing it with you guys, because it’s very interesting!! But if you want to read my article for @successible_life head to my stories for the link! You’ll also get 6 healthy dinner recipes to help you when you’re unsure of what to eat for dinner 😋 #dinner #chrononutrition #salmon #pokebowl #dinnerrecipes #balancedmeal #dietitian #nutrition

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🥓Processed meats have been classified as carcinogenic to humans!🥓 SAVE THIS POST! ❌ The World Health Organisation classify processed meats as a Group 1 carcinogen (known to cause cancer), which means that there is strong evidence that processed meats cause cancer. ❌ Examples of processed meat include bacon, pepperoni, chorizo, salami, prosciutto, luncheon meats, frankfurts, sausages, corned beef, beef jerky and canned meat. There is sufficient evidence from epidemiological studies that eating these processed meats causes colorectal cancer. ❌It has been found that during the processing of meat, carcinogenic chemicals form, including N-nitroso compounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons & heterocyclic aromatic amines, which are carcinogenic to humans. 😕 ❌According to the most recent estimates by the Global Burden of Disease Project, an independent academic research organization, about 34 000 cancer deaths per year worldwide are attributable to diets high in processed meat. 😕 This doesn’t mean you can’t ever eat processed meats. But you should definitely consider processed meats as a sometimes food, not an every day food and thus reduce and limit your intake of them. Where possible, you should look at swapping processed meats for a healthier protein alternative like the ones in my infographic 🙌🏼 Tag a friend who needs to read this 👇🏼 #processedmeat #health #nutrition #bacon #ham #legumes #tofu #fish #lentils #beans #salami #hotdogs #cornerbeef #beefjerky #sausages #meat #who #dietitian #nutritionist #choosehealthy #apd #rd #pepperoni #chorizo

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Do you take any supplements? Let me know below👇🏼 I want to chat to you guys about one of the most well-researched supplements: CREATINE! 🤓💪🏼 Use my discount code “nourish15” for 15% off Creatine from @proteinsuppliesaustralia 💪🏼 🙌🏼What is creatine? Creatine is a substance that is naturally found in muscle cells. It helps your muscles produce energy during high-intensity exercise and heavy lifting. 🙌🏼What does supplementation with Creatine do? Supplementation with creatine can lead to greater gains in lean mass and improvements in muscular strength and power. Specifically, creatine loading can enhance maximum isometric strength and the acute performance of single and repeated bouts of high-intensity exercise (less than 150sec duration); most pronounced effects evident during tasks less than 30sec! Interestingly, although less common, supplementation can also improve endurance performance! This is due to the increased protein synthesis, glycogen storage and thermoregulation. Creatine may also have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. 🙌🏼How does Creatine work? Creatine supplementation increases your muscle creatine stores, thereby enhancing short-term, high-intensity exercise capacity and the ability to perform repeated bouts of high-intensity effort! 🙌🏼How to take Creatine? Creatine supplementation is done via 2 phases: 1️⃣Loading phase: for 5-7 days take ~20 g/day divided into four equal daily doses 2️⃣Maintenance phase: take 3–5 g/day (single dose) for the duration of the supplementation period. Best taken mixed with a source of protein & carbs to enhance muscle creatine uptake via insulin stimulation. Note this is based on scientific literature but always consult your health care professional before taking😊 Posting in partnership with @proteinsuppliesaustralia to help educate you about Creatine. If you want to try their creatine, you can use my discount code “nourish15” for 15% off Creatine from @proteinsuppliesaustralia (code also valid for anything else in their store). ✌🏼 Tag your training partner👇🏼 #proteinsuppliesaustralia #nonasties #naturalfuel #supportlocal #creatine #supplement #gains

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Health-i-fied Gingerbread Men Cookies🎄🤤 Created in partnership with @nutfruithealth You guys asked for it, so here it is! My Health-i-fied Gingerbread Men recipe 😛 I boosted up the nutrition content of these cookies by swapping out regular white flour for almond meal and using dates instead of sugar to naturally sweeten the cookies while adding some fibre & nutrients like potassium & copper 😍🥳 Here’s the recipe👇🏼 Makes 10 large gingerbread cookies Ingredients Spice Mix: 2 tbsp ground ginger 2 tbsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp ground nutmeg 1/2 tsp ground clove ¼ tsp ground turmeric 1 tbsp mixed spice Cookie Dough 1.5 cup raw almonds, roughly chopped 2 Tbs arrowroot flour ¼ tsp bicarb soda 2 tbsp spice mix ¼ cup plant-based spread like nuttelex 2 tbsp plant milk of choice 1/4 cup date syrup made by simmering 125grams dates in boiling 1 cup boiling water until syrup forms To Decorate Cranberries for buttons Edible icing eyes Method: Preheat oven to 160C. Place almonds in a high speed blender & blitz until form a flour texture (might take a few minutes). Place into a large mixing bowl. Add arrowroot flour, bicarb & spice mix and mix to combine. Melt plant spread in microwave / on stove then add to blender with milk and date syrup. Blend until well combined. Pour the wet mixture into spiced flour mix and stir until a dough forms. Roll the dough into a ball and wrap in baking paper. Place in the fridge for 1 hour. Remove dough from fridge and roll to approx 2-3mm thick. Using ginger bread men cookie cutters, cut into shapes & place onto a lined baking tray. Bake for approx 15 min or until golden. Once cooked, remove from oven & add cranberries for buttons. Leave on the tray until cooled to allow to firm. Then using a dot of icing, stick on eyes. Enjoy! Tag a friend who would love this healthy gingerbread recipe 😋👇🏼 If you re-create this recipe, make sure you tag #ShareYourNutfruitPower so I can see it 😍 #RealPowerforRealPeople #NutfruitPower #nuts #driedfruit #gingerbread #gingerbreadrecipe #gingerbreadmen #gingerbreadcookies #healthygingerbread #christmas #christmasrecipe #christmasdessert #christmascookie

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Can Plant-Based Nutrition Help Manage PCOS? 🧡 💫Nutrition for PCOS is a topic I am asked about alllllll time. A plant-filled diet (ie eating lots of plants) can help with managing PCOS. Find out more below👏🏼 👌🏼And tag any girls you know who have PCOS so they can read it too🧡 Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is the most common hormonal disorder affecting pre-menopausal women in Australia. It’s symptoms include irregular periods, insulin resistance and an excess of male hormones. In addition to healthy exercise, these plant-based nutrition strategies can help manage PCOS & it’s associated health problems: 1️⃣ Choose quality wholegrain foods that are high in fibre & have a low glycemic index in place of highly refined sugary foods. This means you should aim to avoid/reduce refined grains like white bread, refined cereals, sweetened beverages and foods with lots of added sugars, and replace these with wholegrain options like oats, wholegrain bread, barley & cracked wheat. 2️⃣ Limit or reduce foods containing saturated fat, such as butter, coconut oil, cream, fatty meats, full fat dairy products like cheese, palm oil & processed foods including deep fried foods, fatty snack foods, packaged cakes and biscuits, pastries. Replace these foods with more plant foods that contain polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats such as olive oils, nuts and avocado, as well as oily fish like salmon. 3️⃣ Prioritise plant foods like vegetables - in your day, aiming for different types and colours in every meal - and fruit! You don’t need to eliminate fruit!! 4️⃣ Opt for plant proteins like legumes, beans, lentils & tofu, in addition to lean protein like fish. If you are needing some healthy plant-filled recipes to add more plant foods into your day, grab a copy of my recipe ebooks! They are packed with Dietitian designed recipes to help make healthy eating easy and delicious! Link in bio or Instagram shop😘 #nutrition #pcos #health #dietitian #nutritionist #polysysticovariansyndrome #nutritionforpcos #plantbased #plantfilled #eatmoreplants #hormones #eatingforhormones


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