I graduated in 1993 from Prairie Heights High school. While raising my family, I worked as a commodities broker, shipping clerk, and traffic coordinator for a few different local companies.
Shortly after discovering in 2001 that our second child was lactose intolerant, I began doing extensive research in holistic nutrition along with many other natural and alternative health strategies .
In 2003, after helping my husband and his parents start Foods Alive, I trained as a Family Herbalist at the School of Natural Healing, which began my love for the healing power of nature. In 2008, I pursued a bachelor’s degree at Clayton College of Natural Health, graduating in 2011 with highest honors. In 2010, I became a certified microscopist from the Darkfield Health Sciences Institute. In 2014, I acquired my certification in Advanced Exercise and Sports Nutrition from The Health Science Academy. I am also a member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants.
I continue expanding my knowledge in the world of holistic nutrition, exploring further live and dry blood cell analysis, as well as iridology, biochemical individuality, and many others.
I occasionally write articles and create recipes for Foods Alive, I’ve held classes at local health food stores, hospitals, and schools as well as being a guest speaker for nutrition and environmental events at Trine University (www.trine.edu).
My areas of specialty are diverse, and in the long run, my goal is to provide you with the tools needed to make confident decisions regarding the health of you, your family and our planet.
If you would like to request a consultation, please visit my contact page.