She really takes an interest in you as a client and really encourages you to make good food choices. Love the fact that she gives us great advice and keeps us on track towards a healthier life style. Highly recommend her!
I started with Michelle at Nutrish Mish one month ago and I am definitely eating better and losing weight. Although I was a healthy eater before, I was always feeling hungry or having cravings and my weight was going up and down each week. I’m learning to eat well balanced meals that leave me satisfied. I also really like the …
Knowledgeable, professional, supportive, encouraging nutritional coach who accommodates your lifestyle with a healthy plan specifically designed by science for you.
Staff is friendly, reliable, and very knowledgeable. They really care about you and your progress; and work with you to get you the results you are looking for! Highly recommend I will be joining after my last appointment is up.
It’s been an amazing experience working with the nutritionist. The program makes so much sense, and it’s easy to follow. It’s not a diet, it’s a healthy way to live.
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“The great thing about working with Michelle is that she understands the psychology of food along with the nutrition. While I knew what I should be eating, my poor relationship with food sabotaged any efforts I made toward a healthy lifestyle. I’ve always been that annoying person who loves working out, but I was also a chronic binge eater–always eating …
“Let Thy Food be Thy Medicine” – Hippocrates Inflammation in our bodies can cause pain. And whether it is acute or chronic, what you eat can have an impact on your symptoms. Inflammation is a defense mechanism designed to protect out bodies from injury, but sometimes, it hurts! This can be as simple as soreness after an intense workout, to …
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