Hello, I’m Hannah, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Functional Nutrition practitioner and a type 1 diabetic, who serves, coaches and works alongside people desiring a healthy life, healthy body and healthy heart.
I will provide you the tools that:
- turn diagnoses into victories
- assist you in overcoming obstacles in your path to excellent health
- walk side-by-side with you, helping you achieve a vibrant, healthy life.
I believe in enjoying food and using it to bring about optimal health. Let me help you:
- say no to diets
- make sustainable changes
- get your energy back and feel great
- reach your ideal weight
- take control of your health
- celebrate great lab results
- love the food you eat
When I’m not creating irresistible, health promoting meal plans, or teaching on living a “type none” life, I can be found walking my diabetic alert dog (DAD), Jazz. My all-time favorite things are creating healthy food that tastes great (I would spend all day tinkering in the kitchen if time allowed) and reading the Bible, cookbooks and recipes.
If you’re interested in knowing more about me, here are a few things…..
- I’ve had type 1 diabetes for over 20 years and despite many struggles and disabilities, I am living a victorious healthy life.
- Current scientific research and literature is something I’m passionate about staying current on. You can confidently rest assured that the information I provide you, will be based on the most recent evidence based recommendations.
- I believe in giving back to my community and serving those in need.
- Vegetables are a strength and creative outlet of mine. Thank God they are full of health promoting nutrients. They come in all shapes, colors, and flavors and can be turned into a plethora of smile inducing meals.
Here are a couple of fun facts about me:
- Peanut butter, I could eat an entire container (what is there about PB that causes the spoon to keep going back for more and then delivering it to my mouth…??)
- I’m pretty sure I was born with a family ice cream gene. My grandpa was convinced ice cream was a meal and covered all food groups. Most people in my family are genetically drawn to ice cream (with a spoonful of peanut butter mixed in).
My blog, Two Kitchen Collision, provides you with recipes and resources for living a healthy, happy life. You’ll find delicious, whole food recipes there, created with you in mind.