If you ask my son what my favorite food is, he will say salad. It is actually chocolate, but a salad is what my body craves every day. What better way to get a bowl full of raw nutrition than a huge salad bowl. The key to any salad is the dressing. This Apple Cider...read more
My friend’s mother-in-law made this salad at a party. One bite and I had to have the recipe. It is so easy and quick to make, I’ve been making it once a week ever since! I use a onion chopper to dice the vegetables into small pieces. That makes this recipe super quick...read more
I love making my own granola. Store bought granola is full of excess sugar and fat. When granola is made correctly, you can have tons of flavor and richness with a fraction of the fat and sugar. I love using coconut oil as my fat source. I opt for refined coconut oil,...read more
I LOVE pumpkin! It is high in antioxidants, nutrients and is high in fiber! It is great to bake with because it adds so much moisture to baked goods! This week I think I created the cleanest pumpkin muffin recipe ever! (clean meaning using whole foods, nothing...read more
I love it when my friends request I come up with new recipes. My super fit cross-fit BFF asked if I could come up with a Paleo Pumpkin muffin. “Of course!” I replied! All I did was take my pumpkin muffins and replace the oat flour with almond flour, raw sugar for...read more
I have been making acai bowls for 2 years now. I am more obsessed with them than ever. I have gotten my recipe down to a science. It is so simple and it always turns out perfect! The secret is the liquid to frozen ratio. There is nothing worse than a soupy acai bowl!...read more
Kelli started her nutrition journey as a teenager. She had been plagued by stomach issues for as long as she could remember. She consulted multiple doctors who were unable to give her a definitive diagnosis or ease her symptoms. Finally in college, a gastrointestinal specialist gave her a diagnosis of irritable bowel disease (IBD), but the recommended diet changes did nothing to ease her discomfort.
She always suspected her symptoms were food related. She began to research nutrition and the impact certain foods have on the body. When she began college, she knew the field of nutrition was where she belonged. She completed her degree and internship at Syracuse University in New York.
After graduation, she moved to Arizona and worked as an inpatient and outpatient dietitian at a local hospital. After the birth of her first child, she turned her attention to private nutrition counseling, which was always the favorite aspect of her specialty.
Kelli is constantly reading and researching the latest news and scientific studies on nutrition. Through her research, she has been able to cure all of her digestive problems. Since her gut has healed, she has hardly been sick, she has more energy, and even lost a few pounds with ease!
Kelli is also a total foodie! She loves preparing, cooking and eating delicious foods. She does have quite a sweet tooth, but she is able to keep it in check with her love of veggies. Her philosophy for healthy eating is “everything in moderation!”
Work With Kelli
Private Nutrition Counseling can assist you in a variety of areas. From serious diseases and medical complications to issues of personal weight management, Kelli can help you adopt a lifestyle that will increase your overall well being.
Areas in which Kelli can assist you include, but are not limited to:
- Weight loss
- Weight gain
- Sports nutrition
- Maternal nutrition
- Childhood nutrition
- Weight-loss surgery
- Heart disease prevention and treatment
- Diabetes Management
- Food Allergies and Intolerances
- Intestinal Problems (including IBS, Chrons, Short bowl syndrome, diverticulitis/diverticulosis)