Welcome to The Health Chick, a guide to wellness for urban babes, written by Sydney based health coach Lolita Walters. 

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Often described as a salad and green juice queen, Lolita is pursuing her dreams of becoming a holistic nutritionist, currently studying a degree in Nutritional Medicine. She has also completed a Bachelor of Arts with an English major, hence her love for writing and particularly health journalism. She is a contributor to The International Lifestyle Magazine on the topic of nutrition.

Following a bout of health issues, Lolita set out on her own wellness journey where she found an unwavering passion for healthy living.  She believes we need to nourish mind, body and soul in order to reach our highest health potential and feel our best. At The Health Chick Lolita shares nutrition and healthy lifestyle advice, delicious recipes and more – proving how fun and sexy nutrition can be.


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    • Hi, thank you and I’m glad you found it :) Great that you are also studying nutrition – such a vitally important area to have knowledge of and be able to share with others! x

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  2. Hey there! Love love your blog! Which is why I (healthy belly ellie) nominated you for a ‘Versatile Blogger Award’ (http://versatilebloggeraward.wordpress.com/).
    The Versatile Blogger Award is a great way of meeting other like-minded bloggers and getting folk to have a look at your pages.
    The rules for the Versatile Blogger are as follows:
    If you are nominated, you’ve been awarded the Versatile Blogger award.
    -Thank the person who gave you this award
    -Include a link to their blog
    -Select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly
    -Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
    -Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself
    Thats it!

  3. Hi Lolita,
    Thanks for posting a link to my glowfood blog on your recent post! How did you discover my blog?
    Your recipes look great and I look forward to trying a few of them.

    Thanks for following!

    • Hi Julie,

      I LOVE glowfood… beautiful food and photographs! I can’t remember exactly how I found it… probably off another blog or when searching for a raw food recipe.

      I’m so happy you like my blog too – makes my day xx

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  7. Hey Lolita, so glad I stumbled across your blog! I’m a regular at Sadhana Kitchen so maybe I’ll meet you in person one day ;)

    I’m also gluten free, veggie not yet vegan though :) love your posts so far and have been meaning to do the Crazy Sexy Cleanse for months so can’t wait to see how it goes!!


  8. I am so happy to have found your site. My 17-year-old daughter has been suffering for years until we recently had her diagnosed with Celiac. But the medical profession diagnosed her, told her not to eat gluten, and that was it. So we’re floundering out here trying to figure out how to heal her intestines and get her health back. We are going to a vegan/raw food nutritionist next week, thank God, but meanwhile I am going to devour your information (pun intended).
    I really appreciate you sharing your story. We are vegetarian but I ate poorly and am overweight. So I’m going raw vegan and my daughter wants to be. She’s just so miserable in her own skin – she has migraines, stomach aches, irritability – more than the average teen.
    Keep up the good work!!!

    • Hi Linda, thank you for your comment – it means a lot to me and this is why im passionate about running this site!
      Your daughters story sounds very similar to mine. The conventional medical outlook was simply to remove gluten and that was it. Yet I really needed to heal on a deep level, not just take away the culprit. The effects of gluten are huge and take time to heal. But I promise with the right nutrition your daughter will improve and regain her health, it just takes dedication and perseverance and it’s so worth it!
      Raw food is great and it’s exciting to get into it as it provides lots of nutritious, delicious and naturally gluten free options. I would also recommend your daughter include nourishing gluten free cooked foods in her diet too. From my own experience we need this balance. My favorites are quinoa, brown rice, sweet potato and beans/legumes.
      I will be writing my next post on healing the digestive system this weekend, so keep an eye out!
      X Lolita

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  11. Hi Lolita, I am lookig for a suitable program in nutrition and was wondering where you are studying and how you like your program so far? Would really appreciate your answer. Thanks so much, Cathy

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