Hi there!

I’m Jessica Mitton, a lover of good nutritious food, holistic and culinary nutrition professional, adventure seeker and some may call me the holistic nutrition cookie monster (I love a cookie but I don’t sacrifice health or taste!).

Holistic nutrition is a huge part of my life these days, but that wasn’t always the case. After years of unhealthy eating and lifestyle habits, becoming sick guided me towards a new life. I became accountable for my health and started making better choices so I could thrive and be my best! I believe in a holistic approach, taking into consideration the body, mind and spirit and I’m fascinated by the healing potential of natural, whole food and how it can be used to help individuals improve their overall health and quality of life.

I love creating tasty nutritious recipes and have shared many on my blog. I also wrote a cookbook called Some Good, published in 2018. Some Good is a modern cookbook utilizing traditional Newfoundland ingredients to create innovative new recipes with a healthy, wholefood twist. It features over thirty-five delicious and nutritious recipes, all of which are gluten-, dairy-, and refined sugar-free that will do ‘some good’ for the health and wellbeing.

Explore my website or pick up a copy of Some Good to gain some tips on how you can create a vibrant and healthy life for yourself!

In love and health,

 
 
 

 

Professional Bio

Jessica Mitton is a Culinary Nutrition Expert and an award-winning Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant™ located on the east coast of Canada in St. John's, Newfoundland.

Jessica believes in a holistic approach, taking into consideration the body, mind and spirit. She is fascinated by the healing potential of natural, whole food and how it can be used to help individuals improve their overall health and quality of life.

A passionate force in the kitchen, Jessica is continually working to develop her own highly nutritious and equally delicious recipes, always experimenting, tweaking and refining to ensure that the food tastes every bit as good as it will make you feel.

Most of all, Jessica enjoys any opportunity to share with others her passion for nutritious foods made from whole, organic and locally sourced ingredients.

Jessica has been featured in multiple publications and media channels, including the Academy of Culinary Nutrition's From Scratch cookbooks, CBC radio, and the national magazine Optimyz. Jessica is the author of cookbook, Some Good, published through Breakwater Books. When she is not busy creating in her kitchen, Jessica spends her time seeking out new adventures with her husband, Gareth.