I’m Molly Robson, a Holistic Nutrition Consultant with a passion for mindful health!

After years of living with a highly restrictive diet, I felt it was time to educate and heal myself through diet, lifestyle, and exercise, so I enrolled in a holistic nutrition certification program, where other traditional western medicine practices had failed. I received my training through Bauman College in Northern California and am a professional member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. I started my nutrition practice in London, working with clients one-on-one and running group talks and workshops. While in the UK, I did nutritional work for Jamie Oliver, gave cooking demonstrations at the Free From Food Festival, and completed cooking and food writing courses at Leiths School of Food and Wine.

Since moving to Boston, MA in July 2012, I have eagerly joined in the local healthy living community. I write posts here at The Particular Kitchen as often as I can, offering healthful recipes and wellness advice, and I run theΒ Renewal Cleanse, an online gentle cleanse program in January.

I’m passionate about encouraging my clients and workshop participants to explore their diet, attitude, and lifestyle and to connect the dots that will encourage them on the path to health. My areas of focus are digestive health, emotional eating and detoxification.

Find out more about my holistic nutrition services for individuals and groups at Molly Robson Wellness.

I’m also a senior consultant for Beautycounter, offering safe personal care products for the whole family.

14 Comments on “About”

  1. Barbara Bessette says:

    Dear Molly,

    Congratulations! I love your website! It is informative and realistic, and I like the photos as well as the recipes. I am thinking that many people will welcome such help in making substitutes for those pesky foods. Best of luck in your endeavors!


  2. Hi Molly! Just wanted to stop by and say hi πŸ™‚ I know we’ve emailed but I have never visited your blog! Looks like we have much in common as SoCal expats πŸ™‚ You are so lucky to live in London!

    • molly says:

      hey lara! good to hear from you! looks like you’ll be heading back to sunny california soon though — and for that you are VERY lucky πŸ™‚

  3. Ian L says:

    Hiya my friend recommended this site to me because recently I was told that I am allergic to the following: lentals, eggs, dairy, soya and some nuts. I look forward to reading and hopefully successfully cooking some of your recipies πŸ™‚

  4. Debbie says:

    Hi, Molly
    I took a workshop from your mom yesterday, and she told me about your website. I don’t have — lucky for me — any of the allergies and intolerances that you have, but I am trying to learn as much as I can about it because I have a dear cousin to seems to have them all and she is at a loss as to where to start to address it all. So here I am. Your mum is so looking forward to your visit!

  5. Hiya Molly,

    Kathy here for the Food writing course. I just read your piece on the hate words and giggled….
    I’ve placed the link to my blog for you to see, and have discovered that I myself have used most of the hate words… This made me laugh out loud! Anyway, we learn as we go along… In my case it’s bumble along.

    Your blog is great and I look forward to cooking some of the recipes that you have posted.

    See you next Thursday..


  6. I just wanted to let you know about my Japanese cookery lessons that I run in West London. I will shortly be having a sushi class for blogger on 18th of Novemebr at 7:30pm.. I specialise in regional Japanese food that are perhaps lesser known in the UK, I also offer Sushi and Japanese Home Cooking lessons. Would you be interested in attending the evening?

    Please have a look at my website http://www.yukiskitchen.com if you would like; I would be very grateful if you could include a link on your blog. I also have a blog and would happy to include yours there too. Please let me know what you think.

    I hope we can meet soon,


  7. Hi Molly! i just stumbled across your site and i love it! you have such incredibly sounding recipes i can;t wait to try! Do you have any favorite healthy cookbook suggestions?

    • molly says:

      hey carrie! good to hear from you! as far as healthy cookbooks go, i’m not too sure. i tend to stick to cookbooks based around special diets – or just really great ones that i keep around for the pretty pictures and inspiring recipes πŸ™‚ but i just recently picked up “eat right for your body type” by anjum anand – it’s all about ayurvedic principles, and has got some super healthy recipe ideas in there. maybe try that? thanks for reading!

  8. John Benson says:

    Hey Molly! Hope you’re both well… I’m responding to your request for feedback about changing the blog titles/headers – – I think it’s perfect the way you have it now. As a viewer/reader, I find it more compelling to have an abstract title vs the recipe name (unless you’re getting tired of coming up with abstract all the time). Just my 2 cents… Will be thinking of you guys later in the month!

  9. Michelle says:

    Hi there, I came to your website courtesy of Cybele Pascal’s Allergy Friendly Friday. I couldn’t help but notice that we have somewhat similar circumstances. I was born in the UK, lived most of my life in Canada and now live just outside of London with my husband and 2 kids. My daughter has a life-threatening allergy to peanuts and my son is dairy and egg intolerant. I look forward to trying out your recipes (at least those without nuts) and am intrigued at the thought of trying my son with goat’s milk. Thanks!

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