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I’m a certified Nutritional Therapist who believes in the power of traditional foods to transform our health and to transform the health of our planet. I’ve been helping people fix their digestion and lose weight since 2009 when I moved to western MA to start Pioneer Valley Nutritional Therapy.
Here’s what you can expect from me:
After graduating from Mary Washington College in 1996 with a degree in Biology I traveled extensively and lived in six different states.
Living in Homer, Alaska for two years kick-started a journey of self-discovery that led to travels to Thailand, India and Burma. I became interested in eastern spirituality and began to practice vipassana meditation.
Around that time I also became a vegetarian for seven years which dramatically affected my health. I developed chronic fatigue and chronic digestive issues. My discovery of the work of Dr. Weston Price and the principles of traditional diets led to my health recovery and inspired me to become a Nutritional Therapist. I completed my training in 2008 and started Pioneer Valley Nutritional Therapy in 2009 and my Fearless Eating blog in 2011.
I love to hike, play my guitar spend time with my golden retriever, practice vipassana mediation when I can, root for my beloved New York Giants, blog about nutrition, read about nutrition and travel when I can. I also love coffee and am only mildly addicted to it. See, I’m not perfect either. 🙂
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