1 (650) 763-0007

jessica@foodfoundation.guru

Food Foundation
P.O. Box 1112
Redwood City, CA
94064

 

As a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, NTP, I use holistic nutrition and therapeutic food to help you find a personalized protocol to your perfect health.

Education

My life has been one continuous study of healing from a BA at San Diego State University, a Yoga and Ayurveda certification from The Energy Center in New York, Functional Anatomy with Irene Dowd from Juilliard, to my NTP certification through the Nutritional Therapy Association. My own greatest achievements in health and fitness have come from a holistic path and I think Real Slow Food is the only way to heal. Unlike the western medicine model of one size fits all, I work closely with the individual to find your unique nutritional needs.

Community

I love being a part of my community and get involved with everything that supports nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. Please get in touch with me if you would like Food Foundation to table your next wellness fair or speak at your next event.

Vice Chair with Slow Food South Bay, a member of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and a strong supporter of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund; I support organizations that believe in real  food.

I teach dance and yoga in my community because I love to workout with beauty and grace. I am currently on the schedule at the PCC, please come and join me. My classes need no formal training.

Family

I have two young children and live in the bay area with my husband, two cats, and a garden full of chickens. Inspired by my mother, who knew her way around a kitchen, I have always had a passion for food. I spend most of my time making up healthy comfort food, trying new recipes for the Food Foundation Detox, and working with patients at the Freyja Clinic in Redwood City.

We love to travel and try traditional foods from around the world. Check out my seasonal cookbooks or find some delicious nutrient dense recipes on the blog. I love to use ethnic influences but bottom line, it has to be delicious!