Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
In a world where everybody is preaching the healthiest way to live, young health blogger Sarah AKA Pretend Health Freak takes a more refreshing approach to diet. She creates recipes made with wholesome foods without getting too caught up in labels, fads or trends. She’s expanding her following of over 110k on Instagram and social media by calling all Pretend Health Freaks to come forward and join her social media tribe.

So, what is a pretend health freak?

“Basically a pretend health freak is someone who will try their best to be healthy but still enjoy a treat from time to time. We don’t take ourselves too seriously and if there’s one thing we have in common, it’s our love for food!” Sarah laughs.

Are you a pretend health freak?

A quick way to determine if you’re a true pretend health freak is to see if you can relate to any of these:

  • You claim to eat healthy but always find time in a day for dessert
  • You always think about food and when your next chance to eat will be
  • You plan your day around meals
  • You feel comforted and happy from food… more than you should
  • You workout so you can eat more
  • You can justify eating junk foods every now and then

If you related to a few or more of these, then you are a true pretend health freak! What’s next? You can join in the fun on Sarah’s Instagram, other social media outlets and blog. She’s released a free eBook for all pretend health freaks to enjoy. So now you, your family, and your friends can feel a little less guilty about eating sweet treats.

Free Recipe eBook

Sarah’s clean eating eBook, ‘Sweet Treats for the Pretend Health Freaks’ is free to the public as she wants to spread the word about healthy, balanced eating and attract like-minded people to join her tribe. With her love for creating, consideration of common intolerances, and passion for real food, Sarah has designed 15 recipes suitable for almost anyone. People who try Sarah’s recipes will often admit that they don’t taste ‘healthy’. But you can be sure there are no processed foods, nasty additives, or refined sugars.

“I had so much fun making the eBook so I’m really excited to see everyone’s recreations and get some feedback. That’s my favourite part!” sarah says.

Here’s what you can expect from her free recipe ebook, “Sweet Treats for the Pretend Health Freaks”:

  • 15 recipes
  • Shopping list
  • Gluten free
  • Dairy Free
  • Naturally sweet
  • Vegan
  • Easy to make
  • Same ingredients used throughout
  • 5-11 ingredients per recipe
  • Funny quotes and photos of Sarah

“My signature move is to redesign dessert recipes that are typical favourites around Australia and even the world, and ‘healthify’ them”

Here’s one of the recipes from Sarah’s eBook where she’s recreated the famous Bounty chocolate into a healthy slice!

Bountylicious Slice



2/3 C almond meal 1/3 C coconut flour
2 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tbsp rice malt syrup 1 Tbsp cacao powder 1 Tbsp coconut milk

Coconut Layer

3 C shredded coconut 3 Tbsp coconut milk
2 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tbsp rice malt syrup


3 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tbsp rice malt syrup 1 Tbsp cacao powder 1/2 Tbsp nut butter



Line medium sized square cake tin with baking paper. Combine Base ingredients and press into cake tin. Refrigerate.

Process coconut layer ingredients until relatively smooth. Pour over base. Freeze.

Combine topping ingredients with fork until smooth.- Pour over coconut layer and refrigerate or freeze. Cut and store in a sealed container.

You can download Sarah’s free recipe eBook by clicking here and heading to her website for further details.








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Pretend Health Freak

Pretend Health Freak is a young health blogger, famous in the Instagram world for her sweet clean eating recipes! Sarah embodies anything food, nature, excercise, and a balanced lifestyle.

Sarah Bambey
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