Jeannette is a board certified health coach, whole foods chef, and award-winning lifestyle and nutrition educator. She is the author and co-author of seven books featuring healthy eating, with over 70,000 copies in circulation.

Designer and lead facilitator of a long-running and successful hospital-based lifestyle change program, she acts as a consultant and speaker to national public and private groups and coalitions working to improve the health of people stuck in the sand traps of the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet).

Jeannette’s recipes and clean food perspectives have been showcased in over 100 media outlets, including Consumer Reports, Dr. Oz Online, Clean Eating, Self, Shape, Better Nutrition, Redbook, Parenting, Martha Stewart Living, NPR and NBC News, influencing women around the world.


The Best Popsicle Molds
July 9, 2013
There are very few frozen popsicle-style treats that aren’t full of either sugars or artificial ingredients. The best option for cooling refreshment in the heat of summer is to make your own.
Smoothie Tip: Frozen Tea Cubes
May 28, 2013
Quick tip for your smoothie!
Avoid the Danger of Wire Grill Brushes
July 16, 2012
A few months ago a radiologist from Rhode Island Hospital published a paper in the American Journal of Roentgenology about the danger of ingesting the tiny wires from brushes used to clean your grill. In just eighteen months the radiologist tracked six cases ...
The Grater-Zester for Clean Food Kitchen Convenience
May 21, 2012
One of my favorite time-saving tools in the Clean Food Kitchen is the fine grater. This humble little gadget is inexpensive, (usually retailing for somewhere between ten and fifteen dollars), easy to use and easy to store away. My favorite manufacturer for this ...
The Perfect Easter Egg
April 6, 2012
The perfect Easter egg is sweetly colored on the outside and cooked to hard-boiled perfection on the inside. Always start with the best quality eggs you can find. Eggs from local free-running, organically raised hens are best. If those aren’t available, look for ...
Easy Press-Test for Meat Doneness
March 6, 2012
Experienced chefs use touch, sound and smell to help them determine when a cut of meat is cooked to their liking. Home cooks can use a good instant-read meat thermometer (I think the Thermapen is unequaled), but then you have to watch sadly ...