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Eating is a balance of moderation and variation. Not deprivation.

I’m a nutritionist and a Whole Food Nut who wants to help you overcome the daily hurdles of eating healthy. People are overwhelmed by conflicting and rapidly changing nutritional news. I want to simplify the obstacles for you by sharing wellness and nutrition tips, recipes, with some entertaining and educational videos that you can incorporate into your daily life. We’ll explore healthy cooking, preparing meals with whole foods, supplementing with nutrient dense foods, grocery shopping, food labels, mindful eating, gardening and so much more.

With so many foods to discover, eat and enjoy, why do humans keep eating the same thing over and over? And what the heck is a whole food? Reflecting upon my own food journey, I realized the need for basic food education. We are not taught in school one of the most important things  in life, what and how to eat. Once you learn the basics, practice and get comfortable in the kitchen, you won’t need to rely as much on following recipes by the book. You just need to start, experiment and keep going, because it’s worth it! When you start to notice the health benefits, you’ll wish you did it sooner. If you have the desire to change, it’s never too late.

Jenn collage

I’m………a wacky whole food nut, nutritionist and part-time comedian.
I help…….humans overcome the hurdles (and excuses) to healthy eating.
Why…….because humans have challenges that prevent them from getting healthy.
I know……..how amazing you will feel by removing crap and eating whole foods!
Eating is………a balance of moderation & variation. Not deprivation.
Favorite drink…………tea (and champagne).
I like……….to ride my bicycle.
I’m very…………compassionate about shelter animals, rescuing and adopting.
Favorite food……French fries (Yep, that’s right!)
Craziest moment………sat on a rope, 500 feet up, off a trimaran, and my swimsuit fell off.
I prefer to…….…SUP.
I love……….to dance.
I would bring……….the party (and of course some healthy dip)!

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Put Some Plants On That Plate!

Put Some Plants on That Plate!

The USDA projects the average consumer will eat 222 lbs. of red meat and poultry by the end of this year, exceeding a record previously set by Americans in 2004.…

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Videos

Taste Buds

What's going in your pie hole? Are you enjoying the flavors or just the chemicals created to make your taste buds pop? Let's get acquainted with your buds!
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Recipes
Quinoa Coconut Macadamia Nut Balls
Quinoa Coconut Macadamia Nut Balls

If you want to bump it up a notch and make this a dessert, just drizzle some melted dark chocolate over them after they’ve been in the fridge for a few hours. Then put them back into the fridge until it’s dessert time!

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