Carrie Forrest is creator of the Clean Eating Kitchen food blog and host of the Clean Eating for Women podcast.
Carrie Forrest is the creator of the Clean Eating Kitchen food blog, where she shares gluten- and dairy-free recipes and resources.
Carrie is also the host of the Clean Eating for Women podcast, designed to inspire women to take control over their health, with a focus on holistic health.
Carrie has masters degrees in both business administration (University of Southern California) and public health nutrition (University of Massachusetts, Amherst). More importantly, she is a woman who has used real food and a balanced lifestyle to manage a variety of health conditions, including PCOS, autoimmune disease, eating disorders, panic attacks, chronic migraines, IBS, and depression. Carrie is also a survivor of thyroid cancer since 2012.
After a journey of many years, today Carrie feels healthy, strong, and vibrant as a result of her intentional food choices. She has put to rest her disordered eating patterns and gained control over a host of health issues. She hopes her struggle and her story inspires others to take control over their health and realize that they have the power to heal themselves and feel better.
Carrie Forrest Show Notes
This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you click the link and buy something. You can read my disclosure here.
What did you do before you started your food blog?
You talked about some light bulb moments, what was another one?
What made you want to go into nutrition?
What are you doing now?
Can you talk about rebranding?
How difficult was it to rebrand, did you have to steel yourself to actually do it?
How many posts did you publish a week when you first started?
You talked earlier about blogging every day, let’s talk about that?
Do you have people that help you with your company?
Have you seen an increase in your Pinterest account, since you’ve been using her?
Is yours a course?
What is your biggest food fail?
What is your favorite cookbook?
What is one of the things you can’t live without in your kitchen?