I completed my professional training in Health Counseling and Holistic Nutrition at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), in partnership with the State University of New York at Purchase, in 2010. I’m certified by the American Association of Drugless Practionners.
I also hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Dartmouth College and have completed continuing education coursework via Harvard School of Medicine.
I am the author of Eating for Gastroparesis and Living (Well!) with Gastroparesis. Through my books, programs, videos, and website, I’ve helped thousands of people with gastroparesis worldwide learn to minimize their symptoms, maximize their nutrition, and improve their quality of life. I’m now using everything I’ve learned personally and professionally over the past eight years to help empower and inspire women to live well…whatever their challenges may be.
While the focus of my work has shifted, I’m still actively involved in working to raise awareness of gastroparesis and advocate for research funding as a member of the Digestive Health Alliance. I also volunteer as the Nutritional Specialist for the Gastroparesis & Dysmotilities Foundation.