I’m a Nutritional Therapist, CookWell Coach, and Personal Chef, so I can help you discover your body type as well as any nutrient deficiencies based on your symptoms, and then help you individualize your diet, and create a meal plan & customized recipes & grocery lists.
Maybe you’d simply like me to take you by the hand to help you gently work your way off refined sugars. Maybe you want to learn to culture vegetables for probiotic-rich foods, or maybe you simply want to learn to use a wide range of herbs, spices, different vegetables, and healthier ingredients in your cooking.
I’d love to share with you what’s worked for me, and tailor my support in the ways you most need.
What People are Saying
“The natural, wholesome foods and preparation techniques that Courtney has brought into our lives makes me feel better about myself, both physically and spiritually. It is nice to have food that tastes good, is interesting, and is good for you. I appreciate the joy and enthusiasm that Courtney brings to everything she does and I look forward to seeing how she continues to make this community a better place to live.“
–Eric Olsen, PhD
“Courtney is a WEALTH of great information and positive energy.”
“We all want to thank you for the really fun cooking classes. We have all learned so much and you have been a very inspirational teacher. Thanks again for sharing your cooking wisdom with us.”
Articles & News
Most of us now know that omega 3 fatty acids are seriously lacking in the standard American diet. They’re very important for brain and nerve function, heart health, beautiful skin, strong immunity, hormone balance, anti-inflammatory effects, anti-cancer effects, and...read more
WARMING FOODS ACCORDING TO MACROBIOTICS Oats, Wheat, Rye, Kamut, Amaranth, Spelt, Quinoa, Sweet Brown Rice Sunflower Seeds, Walnuts, Sesame Seeds, Pine Nuts, Chestnuts Butter, Meats, Good Fats Yam, Parsnip, Potato, Burdock, Sturdy Winter Greens (brussels sprouts,...read more
I read another great article by Dr. Mercola recently that points to potassium deficiency being a greater contributor to high blood pressure than excess sodium intake. Also, he says that insulin resistance (pre-diabetes) from eating a high glycemic / high sugar diet,...read more