Consulting for Wellness Companies and Nutrition Coaching 

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“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants”
- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto

Jen’s wellness philosophy stems from the belief that food is a powerful healer, with each meal providing an opportunity to support optimal health. Yet she also believes that mealtime is an opportunity to bring people together, honor cultures and traditions, and be an enjoyable part of the day. 

Jen has over 20 years of experience working in the nutrition and wellness space. Through a combination of clinical research, content development, and practitioner education, Jen is uniquely positioned to help wellness brands grow their business in today’s competitive climate.

Jen also provides nutrition coaching on a 1 on 1 basis for women over 40 looking to improve their overall health and wellness. 

 

From content marketing to research and product development to internal team training, Jen provides the tools and know-how you’ll need to expand your reach and surpass your business goals. 

Jen can help support your business in the following capacities:

  • Marketing & Brand Ambassador

  • Product Development

  • Team Training & Development

The age-old question “what’s for dinner” has never been harder to answer. Every day we are bombarded with mixed messages from news outlets, social media, and even our own doctors. 

 

Jen will help you break through the noise and confusion by: 

  • Assessing your unique needs and situation

  • Creating a roadmap that is simple and realistic 

  • Guiding you through the process with regular consultation

Work With Jen

 
Fresh Food

“My GYN recommended I work with a dietitian and that’s when I met Jen. Working together for a few months, Jen got me on the path to recovery and eventually wellness.”

- K.S.

Food Blogger

“I cannot believe the difference in my eating habits, primarily to my sugar cravings.  I have NONE. It is amazing -- like magic.”

- S. G. 

About Jen

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Jen's love affair with nutrition started at a young age. She attributes this to being raised with the values of good food and nourishment being at the forefront of health. During her college years, she struggled to eat well and gained substantial weight. Her battles with body image began and so did her crash dieting cycles. 

Tired of counting calories and restrictive earth she revisited the healthy habits she was raised with and quickly learned that fueling herself with a nutrient-dense whole-food diet reaped many more rewards than the calorie-controlled diets she experimented with.

After earning her B.S. in Biology, Jen continued on her path to becoming an RDN by studying dietetics at New York University and doing her dietetic internship at New York-Presbyterian Hospital - Weill Cornell Medicine.  It wasn't until her Lyme’s Disease diagnosis that she discovered Functional Medicine. Through targeted medication, supplements, and of course, diet, she was on the path to reclaiming her health. Her life was so transformed that she pursued her master's degree in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. ​

 

While Jen has had the privilege to work at some of the country's leading institutions for health and wellness, it is her own health journey that shaped how she supports her clients the most.  She understands the overwhelm and exhaustion that goes into trying to live a fulfilling life when the basics of self-care seem so out of grasp. And she also knows that food can be healing on so many levels.  Through a perfect blend of nutrition science and lifestyle design, she supports her clients on their own unique path to wellness.

Follow Along

 

Let's start your journey to better health together. Set up a discovery call so we can be introduced and you can learn what working with me entails. 

Set up an introductory call with Jen

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Thank you so much for your inquiry! I truly appreciate your interest and am eager to learn about how I can help you. 

 

I look forward to connecting with you soon.

 

In good health,

Jen