Growing up with parents who make magic together in the kitchen, Whitney knows the simple joy that can come from eating well and sharing healthy, nourishing meals with others around a table.

Her food philosophy is centered around whole foods and real, natural ingredients, minimizing processed foods. A pescetartian or “veggiequarian” for the latest five years, Whitney enjoys a plant-based diet that incorporates eggs, fish, and some occasional dairy. Much of what she creates in her own kitchen is Paleo, including some pretty sweet treats. Check out the blog page on this site for Whitney’s latest recipes and ideas!

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*Please note: Whitney is not a registered dietitian and does not have any official training, certifications, or degrees in nutrition or fitness, outside of a 200-hour yoga teacher certification and a CrossFit Level 1 Training. The food and recipe portions of this site and blog are simply a documentation of Whitney’s life and her method of contributing from her own personal adventures. The views expressed are Whitney’s alone, based on her own experiences, and should not be taken as medical advice. Always talk to your doctor or a trained professional before starting a new diet or fitness plan.

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