Love your food, nourish your body, fuel your mind.
Michelle Hsu is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist based in Sydney, Australia. Her nutritious mission (or ‘mishn‘) is to help you nurture a healthy and positive relationship with your food, eating and body.
Michelle combines evidence-based dietetics with realistic behaviour change in our social world of food and eating. Her key areas of interest are chronic diseases, diabetes and mental health.
Other areas she has worked in include: family and childhood nutrition, intellectual disability, weight management and general healthy eating advice.
When she’s not wearing her dietitian hat, she’s a foodie, a lover of cooking and an amateur yogi! If you follow her, you may see a bit of her Japanese-Taiwanese heritage leaking into her cooking style.
Here, she shares how nutritious food can be healthy, delicious AND enjoyable to cook, eat and share. You’ll find easy, healthy and practical recipes for every occasion, science-based nutrition and handy health hacks to navigate the modern food environment and to help you reach your health goals.
So come along with Michelle for a kitchen full of healthy, delicious and real recipes! Remember to follow her on Instagram for a pantry full of foodie and home cooking adventures.
Keen to collaborate? Got a question? Get in touch with her here.
A side note…
Costs are estimated based on prices of major supermarkets and grocery stores in the Sydney metropolitan area at the time the blog was published, and may not reflect current prices or other locations.
Nutritional information for recipes are based on FoodWorks Xyris Software© Australia 2015-2017.
Food photographs and all content are my own. Please do not use my images and work without my permission. If you would like to share this recipe, please link to this post as the original source or re-write in your own words. Thank you!
Background photographs are sourced from Unsplash.com and Pexels.com.
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