Are you confused by the amount of information being thrown at you about how to be healthy and live a vibrant life? Eat this, not that, sleep more, sleep less, run farther, jump higher, slow down, take this supplement, say no, say yes, read more, stress less -- INFORMATION OVERLOAD, right? We get it.
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Dana Dwyer, NTC
Dana is a recovered sugar addict who healed her health issues by cleaning up her diet and ditching chemical-laden products. As a Nutritional Therapy Consultant, Dana is devoted to helping others find balance and gain crazy energy through nutrient-rich foods, movement, slashing stress, and getting rid of the junk that slows us down. Dana lives in the ‘burbs of Boston where she spends her time teaching group exercise classes, training as a newbie Crossfitter, and dining on her husband’s amazing, nutritious culinary creations.
Kate Markovitz, NTC
Kate loves helping people ditch diet dogma to live a life full of delicious real food, healthy movement, and self-love. She is a certified Nutritional Therapy Consultant obsessed with teaching others how good they are supposed to feel. Kate is also passionate about fitness and is a marketing director for a local Pittsburgh gym. Kate is married to her middle school sweetheart and is a proud furmomma to an English Springer Spaniel pup.
Joy Scott, NTC
Joy hails from the suburbs of Philadelphia where she spends her time reading nutrition books, playing with her food and practicing yoga. She is passionate about dispelling the myths of conventional wisdom and helping others look and feel great. She fully believes health is a journey, not a destination. Her favorite hashtag is #jerf (Just Eat Real Food) because, really, THAT’S what its all about (not the hokey pokey).