Want to start transforming your health with food?

Learn how a whole-food plant-based diet can make all the difference

If you've been wondering why a whole-food plant-based diet has become big news, this free short course is for you. 

It comes with three short units full of accessible information about why the food we eat makes so much difference to our health. 

Each unit  comes with a simple exercise to help you apply the information to your own experience and a super easy but tasty recipe to try at home alongside a teaching video to watch at your own pace.

If this whets your appetite for more, then have a look at my  5 week course, Eat Well Live Well Online which dives into this super tasty way of eating in more detail - a great way to start your journey to great health for you, and for the planet too!

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Before you start......

    • Introduction to the course

  • 2

    Session one - introducing whole-food plant-based eating

    • Session one - looking at things from the whole

    • How many whole plant foods are you eating every day?

    • Easy baked veggie cakes

  • 3

    Session two - exploring the food-health connection today

    • Session two - the food-health connection

    • Gut health assessment

    • Raw carrot cake balls

  • 4

    Session three - Making positive changes

    • Session three - making positive changes

    • Rainbow dal

    • What now?

    • Feedback - please spare a few minutes to let me know what you think of the course

Start your plant-based journey to health today!

Access easy to understand information that you can put into practice straight away.

Who is your teacher?

Karen Lee is 'The Sensitive Foodie' and has been running courses and workshops about eating a whole-food plant-based diet for the last 5 years.

A retired intensive care nurse, she is also a naturopathic nutritionist, enthusiastic home cook, food lover and a published author.

But the key fact you need to know is that Karen uses everything she teaches to manage her own food intolerances and health challenges including multiple sclerosis and chronic migraines. 

To find out more about Karen click here