Well, I've given this a lot of thought.


Is my time best spent investing endless hours writing blog posts (which most people just skim over)? Is that really the best use of my time to support the people who seek out my help online and/or in-person?

After a lot of thought, I have decided to go against the grain.

Here is the thing. There is a seemingly endless number of health and nutrition blogs out there already. Some more scientifically rigorous and well-researched than others but, excellent resources typically have an army of staff researching, writing and posting content around the clock. I am sincerely grateful for these wonderful resources and hope they continue to empower people to become the healthiest versions of themselves.

So, here's what I'm doing instead.

(1) I invite you to explore my approach & connect with me on Instagram and Twitter.

I would love for you to explore my approach and the various other sections of this website and use the resources to benefit your health. If you still feel stuck or have any questions about my services, you can always get in touch with me here.


On Instagram and Twitter, I share interesting research & information relating to health & nutrition, meal & snack ideas, as well as some non-nutrition related updates about myself (because there is more to life than nutrition posts!). My hope is that you get to know me a bit better and find useful information to benefit your personal health journey!  

(2) Commitment to Continued Education

As we all know, learning is a lifelong process. There are thousands of research publications each year on the topic of nutrition alone. While it is impossible for anyone to read every new piece of research, making substantial investments in on-going education means I stay abreast of the latest research and keep expanding my clinical knowledge to be the best possible partner-in-health for you.