Holistic Nutritionist & Natural Chef
My name is Amy Krasner. I help women to increase their energy levels, improve their digestion and feel healthier in their bodies so that they can live happy, healthy and stress-free lives. I am unbelievably fortunate that I get to use my passion for nutrition in my everyday life. Nutrition is far more than just what we eat and how we eat. It affects just about every aspect of our everyday lives including: our energy levels, mood, sleep, thoughts, career and our relationships. My goal is to provide you with the tools that you need to achieve your optimal state of health.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Entrepreneurship, Chapman University
- Clinical Nutritionist Certification, Natural Healing Institute in San Diego
- Natural Chef Certification, Bauman College
- Holistic Health Coach Certification, Institute for Integrative Nutrition
I learned about the value of holistic nutrition firsthand to improve my own personal health challenges. For years, I struggled with digestive issues. I had stomachaches every day, suffered from low energy, and constant discomfort. After none of the conventional and over-the counter medicine seemed to be working, I began to delve into healing myself with nutrition. Today, as a result of my personal journey with nutrition, I enjoy increased levels of energy, reduced digestive issues, and a general sense of wellbeing. The impact of my personal healing experience with nutrition motivated me to get a formal nutrition education and to open my practice in San Diego. I now share my knowledge and expertise with clients on a daily basis, providing them with the information that they need to experience improved health and to live a vibrant life. Many people struggle from nutrition deficiencies and imbalances that can take a huge toll on our health. The truth is that most chronic symptoms and ailments can be resolved and managed through natural methods.
I believe that good nutrition is the foundation for living a vibrant, happy, and successful life. I also believe that health is not only about the food that we eat, but the way we move, the thoughts we think, and our relationships with others.