Michelle O’Brien is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist living in Fort Collins, CO. She adopted a whole-foods, nutrient-dense diet as a way to heal her children’s gastrointestinal issues, and realized that eliminating sugar and processed food was the best way to promote optimum health in her family. She has been leading sugar-detox classes for years, and is always amazed at the incredible benefits people experience when they switch from eating for convenience to eating for health.
Michelle loves to work with parents because when they learn how to shop, cook and eat a healthy diet, they pass it on to their kids. Michelle loves working with young adults because having a solid foundation in shopping and cooking nutritious food is a way to support their health for life. And she loves working with retirees and older people. “Just because you’re older doesn’t mean you should resign yourself to feeling achy, tired, sick and chubby. It’s not the age – it’s the food!” Michelle can show you how to get your vigor back.
Taking control of your health starts in the kitchen, and is a radical act of self-love. And taking control of what you eat starts with the Whole30.
Michelle runs in-person groups in Fort Collins, and anyone can join those groups as a virtual participant. Check out her website for more information.
“The Whole30 has changed the way I feed my family and myself. Many people want to “get healthier” but don’t know how to start, or they just tinker around the edges, without seeing many results, which is discouraging. Do the Whole30 with me! It will change your health and your relationship with food, and help you become a more vibrant you from the inside out. It’s time for you to feel amazing again!”