Sally’s interest in nutrition began while volunteering in underserved communities during college. It was there that realized how limited access to healthcare made it difficult to resolve health problems. She saw the power food and nutrition, and came to understand how preventative healthcare can have a profound effect in supporting health and improving various health conditions.
Sally received her Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from Penn State University and then went on to complete a Dietetic Internship at Virginia Tech. She served as a community nutrition education dietitian in New Jersey for two years. Her training includes certification in Adult Weight Management Program (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) and she is completing her Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy credential.
Sally takes a deeper dive into client’s eating habits, food preparation, and factors that may impact absorption of nutrients, the use of nutrients by body systems, and more, in order to find the root causes or triggers that may be contributing to brain health challenges. There is no “one size fits all” approach, which is why Sally takes the time to listen to each client’s story, review lab work, provide guidance through the science of metabolism and how nutrition affects body processes.
Sally currently lives in Denver, CO where she loves being outdoors and enjoying the adventures of life with her husband, Yoni.