Ashlee Good – Goodbeing

Ash Good

Dr. Ashlee Good is a fellow Sunshine Coast local. She is an Osteopath and Certified Health and Nutrition Coach with a passion for treating inflammation through nutritional advice and coaching. Ash believes nourishing the body through clean-eating, superfoods and anti-inflammatory foods is an essential component of one’s health. Meet Ash…

Tell us about your journey, what sparked your passion for the health and wellness industry?

I’ve always been interested in health and wellness, but it was during a 4 month backpacking stint through Europe where I realised how much good health had an impact on my life. After months of drinking and eating a poor diet, I felt awful. So took myself off to a health retreat in the UK and cleansed from the inside out. It changed me forever and I since have shown the utmost respect for my body and my health and have developed a passion on educating others to do so too. Being an Osteopath sparked a greater interest in inflammation and nutrition and so I did further study so I could be more holistic in practice and become a health coach outside of the clinic.

What’s your number one wellness tip?

Be kind to yourself and make choices that support and nourish your health.

What’s your one non-negotiable when it comes to your health?

Probiotics daily.

What motto do you live by?

Live your dream.

What is your proudest achievement?

Probably my blog. Goodbeing continues to grow and I’m reaching out to SO many people. The connections I’ve made, the feedback I’m getting, and the results with my clients makes me smile every single day. I get such a kick out of educating, inspiring and connecting with other beautiful souls, and also people who are in need of some help to get their health on track.

What are your goals for the future?

To keep inspiring and educating

Speak at events

Educate Osteopaths as well as the general public on how nutrition and other lifestyle factors impact health

Host workshops to promote wellness and healthy living

Tell us something not many people know about you?

I love being home. As much as I am obsessed with nature and being in the ocean and outdoors, I’m a home body. If I could potter around the house, make delicious food in the kitchen, and read an inspiring book, I’m pretty content!

Can you share with us one of your favourite recipes?

Chocolate Almond Butter Fudge Cups

Choc Almond Butter Fudge Cups

Gluten-free, dairy-free, wheat-free and delicious, they are easy to make and I guarantee you’ll fall in love.

Ingredients 

1/2 cup melted coconut oil

2 tablespoons raw cacao powder

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

2.5 tablespoons maple syrup

2 tablespoons almond butter

Method 

Whisk the cacao and salt through the melted coconut oil and maple syrup so there are no clumps. Pour 1 tablespoon of choc mixture into cupcake patty pans or muffin moulds (makes 6). Place in freezer for 5 minutes until firm. Spoon a layer of almond butter onto each choc base and put back into the freezer for 10 minutes. Take out of freezer and top each cup with 1 tablespoon choc mixture and leave to set in freezer for at least 30 minutes. Once hard, take out of freezer, take out of patties and serve immediately. Store in the fridge in an airtight container.

Where can we find you?

Website: www.goodbeing.com.au

Facebook: www.facebook.com.au/goodbeingyou

Instagram: www.instagram.com/ashgoodbeing

Twitter: www.twitter.com/drgoodbeing

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