With Jesse Lane Lee Hello, my name is Jesse Lane Lee, BSc, CNP and I am a cheerful Holistic Nutritionist, motivating speaker, cookbook author, and founder of JesseLaneWellness.com. I am an instructor at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and teach cooking classes at The Big Carrot, Toronto’s first certified organic health food store. I regularly appear as a guest expert on national and local television.
I was fortunate to grow up with a mom who is an incredible cook who taught me how to bake and cook at an early age. Growing up, my mom was busy driving me and my two sisters to and from activities every night, so she enlisted our help cooking dinners.
I have had my own struggles with food allergies and irritable bowel syndrome, but I always refused to sacrifice yummy food. I have a knack for transforming everyday guilty pleasures into healthy creations. I can’t wait to you how fun it is to play in the kitchen and create delicious yet healthy meals that accommodate different allergies and eating styles. I will also teach about the health benefits of all of the ingredients we use and teach you how you can healthify your favourite recipes.
I am the author of Healthy Fresh Salad, Healthy Dairy Free Desserts and co-author of The Holistic in the City 21 Day Smoothie Guide. I have contributed to recipes to KrisCarr.com, MindBodyGreen.com and have been featured in Clean Eating Magazine.
With Iona Bain Iona Bain is a blogger, journalist, author and media commentator specialising in money issues affecting young people. She founded the Young Money Blog in 2011, the first and only British website of its kind, and has made numerous appearances on TV and radio, most recently on BBC Breakfast coverage of the Budget in 2016 and ITV Tonight's special edition on Brexit. She has written for every major national newspaper, including The Daily Mail and The Telegraph, and has been a regular property and money correspondent for The Times in 2016. She is a personal finance writer for the Herald newspaper and has just published her first book, Spare Change, a beautiful guide to bossing your finances. She has been shortlisted for several awards, including Rising Star of the Year at the Headline Money Awards, and was educated at Oxford University, where she obtained a 2:1 degree. She has a qualification from the Open University in household finances as well as in-depth knowledge of psychology, business, economic and money issues from her time spent working as trade journalist at the Financial Times. Iona is also a trained musician and loves to read, write and rave about the magnificence of red squirrels (in fact, don't her started!) iona is a clear, down-to-earth, jargon-free communicator who will take you through the basics of money in an enlightening and entertaining fashion. She is the only financial teacher currently on HowNow so take advantage of he significant expertise today...
With Katya I got my first students in high school when I helped teachers and gave classes to the kids from primary and since that time I've been teaching different people different things. I graduated as economics specialist & teacher of economic theory and it gives me a great knowledge of how to build classes what method to choose etc but I prefer to teach more practical and useful things. I enjoy sharing things I know to help others live better simpler life. It's so exciting to see how my student starts practicing things she learnt and how it influences her life. Small Excel tip helps to finish tasks in 5 minutes instead of hours of work. Yoga asana which gives you joy and balance for the whole day. Receipt of healthy no-sugar dessert which is more tasty than anything in Cheesecake factory. Small things change your life. I'm friendly and easy-going person and I know how to make classes efficient and interesting.