Meet Amy Griffith

My motto? Fix the food first.

I believe that nutrition is the foundation that supports overall health and wellness, that quality of food is the key to enjoying, preparing and eating it, and that every person is indeed super complex; one size never fits all in regards to our bodies.

Read below for more about our unique approach and how we can work together to reach your goals.

  • CredentialsAfter receiving a B.A. in Art History from the University of the Pacific, I found my true path was in helping others find food again. I am a certified Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, a certified Nutrition Consultant from Bauman College, and am a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. I have become an expert in therapeutic nutrition, the prevention of illness, and the promotion of optimal health, in a way that's balanced and individualized.
  • Why Nutrition?After working in the health care non-profit sector for nearly three years, I found my niche when I hired a nutritionist myself. I not only learned to love kale (and I mean love), but I learned who I was supposed to be: a personal nutritionist. My education has equipped me with extensive knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and preventative health care. Drawing upon these skills and knowledge of the science behind nutrition and the psychology behind how habits are formed, I work with clients to help them make changes that produce real and lasting results. It takes a lot of time to form and perfect lifestyle habits, for the better or the worse. We can work on reforming some of these habits that aren’t serving you, adding in the good stuff to eventually crowd out the bad.
  • You-Based NutritionLet’s fix the food first through small shifts in habit to discover true and lasting health. I believe that nutrition is the foundation that supports overall health and wellness, that quality of food is the key to enjoying, preparing and eating it, and that every person is indeed super complex and unique; one size never fits all in regards to our bodies.
"The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition."
—Thomas Edison