Amy is a registered dietitian nutritionist helping women improve their lives through food and lifestyle enhancements. Her focus is nutritional healing through whole foods and targeted supplementation, with an emphasis on digestive health as a foundation for wellness.
Amy knows what it feels like to hate vegetables, love fried food, and crave carbohydrates. Through personal struggles with poor eating, weight and health issues, Amy has developed a passion and empathy for those struggling to make food and lifestyle changes. She believes food is to be enjoyed, but also to nourish and heal our bodies. She works to help others find their own path to sustainable changes and health improvement.
Amy has an undergraduate degree in Dietetics from Messiah College. She has completed additional coursework in integrative and functional nutrition and is in the process of becoming an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Practitioner (IFNCP). Amy has experience providing nutrition counseling and education in a variety of settings, including hospitals, community nutrition programs, an eating disorder clinic, and in private practice. She is also a skilled cook and recipe developer.
Thanks to renewed health and energy Amy has found through healing foods, she enjoys a full life with her husband, 4 children, and 2 dogs in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Amy has a passion for travel and enjoys being outside in nature.