I am an integrative nutrition health coach.  

I encourage people as they strive to make health related changes in their lives and

help them recognize the value of those changes.

         Being healthy doesn’t have to be hard.

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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 the changes collectively create a much larger impact than they originally expected. We work on what you want to improve, and within the circumstances of your unique situation.

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  • 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 to make gradual, lifelong changes that enable you to reach your current and future health goals.

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Recent Recipes


Southwest Salad

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Kale Chips, 
try Chocolate Jalapeno
or Lemon Balsamic

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Coco Bars

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Latest Blogs


Feeling Overwhelmed?

If my children ever saw me doing “nothing” they thought it was picture worthy. Wow! Look! Mom is relaxing! Older and wiser now, I recognize its value. Its value is that the world becomes a calmer, more peaceful place. Now that’s worth 5 minutes of your time, isn’t it? Ways to spend 5 minutes “doing nothing”: -Pet an animal. -Breath, consciously. -Sip a cup of nourishing tea, (Recipes for Spice Teas included.) -and more ideas. . .

Travel Tips for People on Special Diets

I love exploring and having new experiences, whether it's international travel, enjoying the great outdoors, or being with family and friends. I minimized traveling the first two years on my special diet for fear of losing the health improvements I had gained. I determined what foods were critical to avoid. Tired of missing out on the thrill of adventure I worked out solutions that enabled me to stay on my diet while traveling, and I am once again enjoying the challenges and rewards of leaving town. In this blog I cover travel tips for flying, driving, or visiting. I include a couple of recipes.

Gifts For the Heart . . .

. . . for people with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ALS, cancer, the elderly and even those fortunate enough to have a long life ahead of them. (David and Sandy Goldberg are shown above sharing a box of special messages.) People with terminal illnesses have little use for things of this material world. Those of us who are still very much in this material world want to be able to give them something meaningful. The gifts below are from the heart and for the heart, for the places of deepest meaning still intact in all of us. I have offered material suggestions to help us physically give while addressing the heartfelt longings of those whose needs are much deeper.

Is “gluten-free” really a healthy choice?

I see lots of buzz words like vegan, non-GMO, organic, sustainable, expeller pressed, filtered and natural. So they are healthy, right? Find out what is in gluten-free cookies. Find out what is in other gluten-free products. Learn about highly nutritious gluten-free foods. Learn how to decide if you need to be gluten-free.

Inflammation is Huge! . . . in its effect on our health, by Sally Wackowski, A Healthy Fork, LLC

Inflammation is part of the body’s healing process. We notice temporary inflammation when our skin swells near a cut. Over-reaction to allergens is a form of excessive inflammation. When we avoid the allergen the reaction usually subsides. Foods may also cause inflammation. Unfortunately, it is more difficult to notice this internal inflammation and the damage it may cause. Since we don’t know it is there, we don’t avoid that food and it can become chronic inflammation. This newsletter will help you identify signs of excessive inflammation and offer effective, natural ways to reduce it.

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