My name is Erin. I have built an approach to helping other people find the key to their healthiest self. I take a strong stance supporting integrative medicine and nutrition, and know that a person’s health is significantly more complex than calories in vs calories out.

My name is Erin. I have built an approach to helping other people find the key to their healthiest self. I take a strong stance supporting integrative medicine and nutrition, and know that a person’s health is significantly more complex than calories in vs calories out.

Furthermore, due to our genetic codes all varying in different ways, and our bodies experiencing different variables in life, there is no one perfect plan that can be applied to everyone.

Because of the very unpredictable variable, being the individual human body, nutrition and wellness is not an exact science, and there are no quick-fix diets that are going to work. But, if you are motivated, patient and willing to work through trial and error I would be more than thrilled to help guide you, not to a diet, but to a personalized lifestyle that fits you perfectly. I have also made the dedication to never stop learning because science continues to evolve and I want to be able to provide you with the most cutting-edge and effective methods available.

My Personal Nutrition  Journey
  • I attended college at James Madison University and started as a psychology major
  • During my first semester I gained the “freshmen 20”. In order to get healthier and lose the weight I educated myself on nutrition
  • I discovered what an impact nutrition has on one’s health and developed a passion for the filed of nutrition. This lead me to change my major to Dietetics.
  • I graduated from JMU and attended Loyola University, Chicago for my dietetic internship
  • Initially, I started my career in clinical nutrition
  • Through running various road races, including a couple of marathons, and getting involved in road cycling, I learned many techniques or optimum nutrition and hydration for peak fitness performance.
  • Struggling with IBS, depression and chronic fatigue, I realized my journey of learning about nutrition was far from over
  • Conventional medicine and nutrition, I discovered, misguided us to follow low-fat diets, consume “fake food” that resembled a chemistry experiment more than actual food and disregard the possibility that foods could cause chronic inflammation
  • Although, to some extent, it went against conventional medicine, I considered that food sensitivities actually do exist and that I may have one
  • I did an elimination-challenge diet and found that I was very sensitive to dairy and gluten. Removing these foods from my diet and replacing them with other whole-food options was a challenge, but significantly improved my health
  • I now offer a simpler method of discovering if an individual has a sensitivity to food, because I know how much of an impact it can have on one’s health
My Personal Nutrition  Journey
  • I attended college at James Madison University and started as a psychology major
  • During my first semester I gained the “freshmen 20”. In order to get healthier and lose the weight I educated myself on nutrition
  • I discovered what an impact nutrition has on one’s health and developed a passion for the filed of nutrition. This lead me to change my major to Dietetics.
  • I graduated from JMU and attended Loyola University, Chicago for my dietetic internship
  • Initially, I started my career in clinical nutrition
  • Through running various road races, including a couple of marathons, and getting involved in road cycling, I learned many techniques or optimum nutrition and hydration for peak fitness performance.
  • Struggling with IBS, depression and chronic fatigue, I realized my journey of learning about nutrition was far from over
  • Conventional medicine and nutrition, I discovered, misguided us to follow low-fat diets, consume “fake food” that resembled a chemistry experiment more than actual food and disregard the possibility that foods could cause chronic inflammation
  • Although, to some extent, it went against conventional medicine, I considered that food sensitivities actually do exist and that I may have one
  • I did an elimination-challenge diet and found that I was very sensitive to dairy and gluten. Removing these foods from my diet and replacing them with other whole-food options was a challenge, but significantly improved my health
  • I now offer a simpler method of discovering if an individual has a sensitivity to food, because I know how much of an impact it can have on one’s health
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