As a native Vermonter, I have always had a connection to nature. The roots of my love for nutrition and wellness however, must be credited to my mother, Lisa. From a young age, I was taught how to garden and cook, lived a very active lifestyle and was given the opportunity to learn about natural remedies.
As I grew older and relocated to Atlanta, I realized how fortunate I was to have this education as a child. Many people I met along the way did not have this most basic understanding of foods and how what they eat can support lifelong health. I knew I had found my passion and needed to share it, so I enrolled in the Master's Program in Human Nutrition at the University of Bridgeport (now a graduate). I was drawn to the program at UB because the education included not only Human Nutrition, but also herbs and botanicals and functional foods. The focus of our program is to help people heal with food and wean off medication (with the help of your doctor of course) when possible, while using functional foods and botanicals to support the process if applicable.
After struggling to find balance through chronic health and digestive issues, I truly believe that the right combination of diet and exercise can change one's life. I am now dedicated to providing education for as many as I can, with hopes for increased health for generations to come.
Lets face it, change can be intimidating. My method is to just keep it simple. Nutritious cooking doesn't require challenging recipes and endless hours in the kitchen each week. Click here to see a gallery of simple and healthy food I have created. Let me help you discover how small changes can make a big impact on your health!
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