I earned my Ph.D. from Colorado State University in 2016. During my nutrition dissertation research, I examined how adding high-fiber plant foods to the diet might improve gut health and reduce colon cancer risk. I also received training in bioactive components of foods, probiotics, fermented foods and nutrigenomics as part of my training at CSU. My foundational training in science is in ecology, so I naturally see my clients as part of a bigger system and food as just one part of maximizing health of your whole person. Genetics, diet, exercise, stress-management, environment, personal fulfillment and more all combine to create your total health picture. That’s why my practice takes a holistic approach to food and overall health.
Ph.D. Colorado State University
AutoImmune, Food Allergy, Plant-based Paleo
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