Naturally Ashley on Soul-cial Media
Certified Holistic Health Coach
Raw Food Chef
Photographer/BFA in Visual Arts
Ashley Lauren, aka Naturally Ashley, is a Holistic Health Coach, Artist and Photographer from Saskatchewan, Canada. She loves to prepare, eat and photograph beautiful fruit and veggie meals. Ashley is inspired by fruit - the sweet taste, the vibrant colors and juicy textures. From “Bacon to Bananas’ she transitioned straight from a paleo diet to a raw vegan diet, high in fruit. It has transformed her life on all levels, mind, body and spirit. This journey has left her feeling more alive and in alignment with her true self.
“Eating raw foods gave me a new life. I have more energy than I ever thought possible. I love feeling so clean, vibrant and alive!”
Ashley received holistic health coach and nutrition training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has been following a high-raw, fruit-based diet since 2012. She has travelled North and South America sharing about this lifestyle doing workshops, presentations and food demos and has co-cheffed at fruit festivals and raw vegan retreat centers. Raw foods has played a large role in healing many of Ashley’s health issues including candida, gallbladder inflammation, chronic hives and allergies, sinus problems, digestive issues, IBS, CIN 3, chronic urinary tract infections and more. She feels lighter and brighter with abundant energy to live her highest truth and spread the love of this lifestyle with others.
"Fruit is my soul food. For me this lifestyle is about full mind, body and spirit awareness and how it allows me to tap into my intuition on a deeper level. Eating lighter and vibrant foods allows you to shine the light on the darkness within, bringing up emotions and creating an opportunity for you to move through your blocks and limiting beliefs... bringing you closer to you. Having a coach to support you through the emotional ups and downs as well as the logistics of transitioning to raw foods is invaluable. I had a coach and that is what inspired me to become one as well so that I could pay it forward."