Hi, I’m Erin. I help intentional parents find confidence and joy in the kitchen to take back their health, one meal at a time.
You want to feel good about the food you’re feeding yourself and your family. You want to prepare healthy well-balanced meals your whole family will love.
But, you think preparing healthy meals takes too much time after a long day, your kids won’t eat what you make, or you’re sick of your go-to meals. You’ve tried weekly meal kits, buying meal plans, counting bites of broccoli, and scrolling on Instagram or Pinterest for healthy recipe ideas. These quick-fixes aren’t sustainable solutions for long-term health and healing.
Since 2009, I’ve taught parents like you how to prepare simple, delicious, real food meals so they can live a happy, healthy, and joyful life. As an Integrative Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), I blend culinary nutrition, functional medicine, and real food from seed to table to help you build habits you can stick with no matter what life brings your way.
To learn more, scramble over to Meet Erin.
Erin works with intentional parents and families who want to upgrade their nutrition and lifestyle habits to meet their goals for their health and their life. Erin’s clients want to create long lasting change in the way they eat and how they feel.
Erin is a dynamic and engaging speaker and cooking demo host. She infuses her passion for gardening, real food, culinary nutrition, and functional medicine into her classes, cooking demos, and workshops both online and in person.
Erin is available to speak at local or national conferences, companies, schools, support groups, and parent groups. She is an engaging speaker and skilled home chef who brings energy, humor, and sound science to her talks.
Recent Blog Posts
Microbes live on your skin and inside your body. It’s been estimated that about 90-95% of these microbes live in your gut. The number of microbes increases throughout your GI tract with the majority found in your colon. These microbes also known as the gut microbiota, are incredibly important for health. In this article you’ll learn about prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics.Read More
People around the globe have been fermenting foods for thousands of years. In fact, it was one of the earliest methods of food preservation. Many of the fermented foods are made from dairy products or vegetables like yogurt, kefir, cheese, saurkraut, kimchi, and pickles, but there are many others like tempeh, miso, soy sauce, kombucha, kvass, sake, wine, vinegar, beer, hard cider, mead, sourdough bread, and others.Read More
“You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces – just good food from fresh ingredients.”
- Julia Child