I’m on a mission to end calorie counting and lead a movement toward intentional living with deeper meaning. I help people overcome negative effects of long-term dieting like extra weight, slowed metabolism, low self-confidence, and impaired trust in our own bodies.
I’m also a registered dietitian nutritionist, so I love getting into the technical details of nutrition science and my rationale for teaching mindful eating and a lifestyle filled with whole plant foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and beans.
Along with reducing risk for chronic diseases like cancer, eating nourishing whole foods supports a positive mood, consistent energy levels, a healthy weight, glowing skin, shiny hair, and so, so much more.
It is possible to incorporate more healthy foods into your lifestyle – busy schedules, tight budgets, and picky palates included. If you believe vibrant wellness isn’t possible due to your “lack of willpower” or chemo side effects, I want to be your reliable source of hope and empowerment.
Embrace the big picture.
I’m a dietitian but I noticed that my own vitality transformed once I began caring a little bit less about the specifics (like calories and pounds) and a little bit more about the big picture (things like gratitude, mindfulness, movement, connection, and nourishment).
I want to help others consider these things a little bit more often too. We’re one whole, holistic being, and we need to start treating ourselves that way.
It’s not always quick or easy but unlike most “quick-fix” weight-loss diets, this route actually works and it gives me so much joy to share with you!