It’s rare for anyone to get an hour to explore their wellness goals with a trained professional.

As an Integrative Nutrition* Health Coach, I create a supportive environment that enables you to articulate and achieve your goals. Throughout my education, I have been exposed to the most cutting-edge dietary theories and studied highly effective coaching techniques to help you find the right lifestyle that works best for you.

Most approaches to healthy eating dwell on calories, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Instead of creating lists of restrictions and good and bad foods, I coach my clients to explore basic improvements and implement gradual changes during our work together. As these pieces accumulate, my clients find these changes collectively creating a much larger impact than they originally anticipated. We work on what they want to improve within the circumstances of their unique situation.


Being healthy doesn’t
have to be hard.
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When was the last time you received the personal attention you deserve and talked with someone about your health?
No diet works for everyone

No one diet works for everyone

I will guide you to find the food and lifestyle choices that best support you. I will also help you make gradual, lifelong changes that enable you to reach your health goals.


Could one conversation change your life?

Could One Conversation Change Your Life?*

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Being healthy doesn't have to be hard.

From My Blog

Take Care of Me, Take Care of You

“The greatest way to self-improvement is to contribute to others. And then through that process, realize how you can motivate yourself to make yourself better.” Joshua Rosenthal, MScEd, Integrative Nutrition

The best way I know how to live these days is to take good care of myself physically, mentally, and emotionally – lead by example living the best life I can. I can not expect others to trust me to guide them unless I live a life worth emulating

As a child, I watched adults around me using the “Do what I say and not what I do.” line on me quite often. While I was not a rebel imitating everything they did, I did learn mistrust very early on. But I also learned that I have to live what I teach.

So where do we go from here? How do we change our ingrained beliefs and habits? Society has been brainwashing us our whole lives with mass media and marketing, repetitive advertising and misleading information. We have to stop living a sedentary life – and not I”m not just talking about exercise – and take responsibility for our physical, mental and spiritual health.

Despite the advancements in science and technology, we are more confused than ever before about what health means. The definition of a healthy diet has changed so many times that i is almost impossible to know where to start. There are literally hundreds of dietary theories, some of which are more popular than ever regardless of the long-term studies that prove it is not helping us lose weight or get off pain medications or eradicate food-caused diseases.

In order to make a difference in our own lives and those we care about, we must do the research, do the work and then benefit from the miraculous results that will soon follow. While there are basic tenets we should all follow – eat plenty of greens, vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts/seeds and avoid processed foods and overindulgence in nutrients-poor options, we also need to look at our own personal nutritional and emotional needs. Food is personal and controversial. That doesn’t mean we can’t fight the peer and societal pressure that has become the norm.

I choose to eat plant-based because eating foods with the most nutrient density has eliminated lifetime health issues as well as adult weight gain. I no longer suffer pain and misery and anxiety. But that is just the beginning for me and for my clients. I teach others how to find what works for them because I have learned through my personal experience and education and research what works and how to guide others to be their best self through health.


Change Your Health and Your Life


See me on The Doctor Oz Show with Dr. Joel Fuhrman to release his new book, The End of Heart Disease.
Sugar Quitter's Guide to Life

I was included in a 2016 PBS special as a success story. See the full presentation
Dr. Joel Fuhrman - Eat to Live 2016 - PBS

Eat to Live Daily Transformation Story
Eat to Live Daily Tranformation

Catch me being interviewed by the amazing Elisha Lee on Eat to Live Daily for her super popular Facebook Support group, Eat to Live Support.