Now What Can I Eat – Partnerships and Collaborations

Running Now What Can I Eat I am sometimes given the opportunity to partner with brands or try products that might be beneficial for me and the Now What Can I Eat community.

Any brands I work with or accept anything from, and promote or highlight on my social channels or sites, are brands I feel may be positive for the community I have built and are often products I already use.

Current brands I am working with:


This fitness app allows people to work out in the comfort of their own home. The program has classes to follow, on your tv/your phone or laptop from a number of expert trainers. The program provides users with a tracked heart rate monitor which syncs with the app and allows continued monitoring of activity and progress.

I have been given membership to the program and the equipment needed free in exchange for honest feedback on my social channels.

I am also able to off £20 off to those who subscribe with the code


Is a place for people with health challenges to overcome the anxiety and fear of feeling like a patient. The healthcare experience makes many people feel alone, confused and powerless. HealthBeMe was created as an environment that gives people the information, the tools and the community they need to feel strong and confident. We call this experience, HumanCare.

HealthBeMe groups individuals together in hives by their condition, meaning support and a sense of community can easily be found. Individuals become Webe’s within hives. I am a WeBe within the Cystic Fibrosis Hive.

Emily Crisps

Giveaway of 2 x a months worth of crisps. Via Instagram. Running 6/11 – 13/11

Emily Crisps. Bolder, tastier, crunchier fruit and vegetable crisps available in 5 delicious flavours, each 1 of your 5 a day. Emily Crisps is a different kind of snack company. Founded by Emily Wong and Ale Ascani, who’ve travelled the world in search of good food they passionately believe that eating healthier and more conveniently should never involve compromising on taste or accepting yet another heavily processed snack that has been smashed, mashed, extruded or popped.