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Eating more plant-based can improve your health in many ways.  Sitting down to a plate full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and much more can decrease your risk lifestyle diseases, promote weight loss, increase your energy level, and give your body the nutrients it needs to run optimally and efficiently.  Making small changes is a great way to get started.


It's important for our bodies to move everyday - they don't want to sit still like we often do for hours on end.  Whether you're at a point in your life where you really want to ramp up your fitness regimen or you consider yourself a newbie and want help getting started, making sure you have an individualized plan that works for you will ensure you stay on track and hit those goals.


Our bodies are like sponges and soak up everything we use on it - from our lotions, to makeups, to perfumes.  Our skin is our biggest organ and it's important to understand the negative effects that fragrance laden, synthetic products can have on our health.  When we give our bodies the right things it can heal itself, but adding the wrong things can often become problematic.



I'm an IT nerd turned healthcare professional.  I left the corporate world to pursue my dream in helping others achieve their health and wellness goals. Nothing gives me more joy than someone saying thank you for having an impact on their lives so greatly that it's improved their health in noticeable ways.

I know just as well as anyone what having a busy and stressful live can do to our health.  Two years ago I decided to start eating more plant-based.  It changed my health immediately.  I felt full of energy, no longer sluggish in the gym, my endurance increased, and I started to love the way I looked.  This sparked my interest in learning the science behind this powerful way of eating.  I earned my certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition through the partnership with the Center for Nutrition Studies and Cornell University and a certificate in Nutrition and Healthy Living from Cornell University.