As fellow moms, we understand the stress , the overwhelm, the pressure to be perfect, and the anxiety (we’re looking at you choking hazards) around feeding your kids. But here is the thing: you're doing a great job and perfect isn’t real (nor do we think it’s a healthy way to approach family nutrition).
When it comes to meal times, we believe a happy, imperfect table is better than a miserable, perfect table every time. And that’s some good news for all of us.
We take the stresswork out of healthy eating for mom and baby.
Registered Dietitians | Personal Trainers | Moms
While we may be dietitians, we’re also moms just like you. Before having our babies, we met in University while studying nutrition. We both graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees in Nutrition and became registered dietitians upon graduation, specializing in prenatal, postnatal, and childhood nutrition.
While personality-wise we’re as different as night and day, we developed a friendship through nerding out over nutrition. Nutrition uniquely has the power to positively or negatively affect not only your health, but your overall lifestyle. And when you use it for good...wow, the good it can do! We think that’s pretty cool.
No mom-shaming here. We are committed to listening, learning, and blooming together. The helpful information we give to moms always comes with a side of grace.
Moving your body matters just as much as what you put in your body, and factors like sleep, hydration, stress reduction, and mental health also affect your overall health as well. Our approach to nutrition includes consideration for the many different aspects of health and how they all work together to help your body (and mind) function optimally.
All bodies are good bodies and all food has a place. We're not anti-diet, but we're also not all organic or dairy-free everything. We value research and nutrition information that can be trusted and used to balance our nutrition.
Running or a quick HIIT workout
Salmon with Roasted Veggies or Pesto Gnocchi
Energy balls or nachos with a side of guacamole
Country music (I like all types of music, but country has my heart!) and Found My Fitness by Dr. Rhonda Patrick
Meeting my girlfriends for a glass of wine and good food
An Americano Coffee or a glass of J. Lohr Cab Sauv
“Just breathe.” This simple mantra has gotten me so many overwhelming moments that come with motherhood. I believe that cultivating a sense of calm in our homes is not only a gift to ourselves, but a gift to our families.
A high intensity spin or interval workout followed by weights
Tom Kha Gai (Chicken Coconut Soup)
Veggies & hummus every day (and I have a soft spot for cookie dough Blizzards!)
Hip-hop/rap (extra points if it’s an early 2000s jam!) and the Found My Fitness podcast with Dr. Rhonda Patrick
Shopping and playing competitive volleyball
An Americano Coffee or a cold glass of Pinot Grigio
As you raise your kids, remember you are “growing up,” too, so give yourself the same forgiveness and grace you so easily extend to them.
to empower moms to feel good about what they feed their babies
to help you feel your best so you can give your best to your kids.
to set up your littles with a lifelong, healthy relationship with food
to assist busy moms in finding their own balanced relationship with food