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From Carnivore to Plant-based


Defined as a lifestyle based on plants, reducing processed and highly refined foods can have a transformative effect on your health and well-being. Ditch the foods made in a plant (factory) and get back to your roots with a wholesome, natural plant-based diet.

Whole-food and plant-based can be scary, but with PURE you’ll receive ongoing support from an experienced health coach and a physician-approved program to ensure a fun, successful transition. You’ll learn exactly what to eat and how to prepare it with kitchen tips, delicious recipes that your family will love, shopping lists, meal plans, and more.

Welcome to the PURE program

PURE was created to ensure a smooth, easy transition to a healthy plant-based lifestyle. With this program, you’ll receive everything you need for success, from the education to shopping lists, meal plans and step-by-step guidance. Forget restricting diets. PURE is a lifestyle change that replaces processed, refined products with wholesome, nourishing foods. When you eat better, you feel better. Your health coach has the experience and expertise to keep you focused, boost your confidence and motivation, answer any questions you might have, and keep you on the path to a healthier you.

With the PURE program, you’ll find that a plant-based menu doesn’t have to be bland or boring.

You’ll have fun in the kitchen with your family and enjoy delicious, flavorful meals that will satisfy any palette. This program will teach you how to make SMART goals, answer common questions about a plant-based lifestyle, how to deal with unsupportive friends, family, and coworkers, new kitchen tips, and more.

Son Helping Father To Prepare Vegetables

You’ll have fun, while you learn.

You’ll know exactly what you should be adding in and what you should steer clear of. We’ll teach you how to prepare foods, stock your kitchen and you’ll even know what you can alternate to truly enjoy your meals.

*New foods to add to each week.
*Learn secrets to low-cost healthy meals
*Eat real food and lose weight, gain weight or maintain
*Support your activity and have energy all day
*Never feel deprived or hungry on your journey to health

*Learn how stress effects your well-being and how to relieve it

Sounds different from what you’re used to doing right?


As a health coach, I do things differently. My mission is to help you find your optimal health and thriving life using a holistic approach of connecting the dots between mind and body. 

This PURE program will do exactly that. Over 12 weeks you will begin to build habits you can keep for life. 

Weekly Topics Include:

Choose Healthy Foods
Recipes, foods to stock
Low-cost meals
Kitchen tips.

Taking stock & recommitting
Renewing your purpose

Stress and stimulation
Your environment and travel
Going forward

Meal Plans, Grocery Lists, Alternatives, Foods to add in, How to Prepare Your Foods, Support from Other Group Members , Weekly Group Meetings (optional), List of Preferred Appliances, Mindset and Mindfulness Exercises, Fitness, Goal Setting, Making Time for What’s Important



VEGETARIAN: Avoids animal products except for eggs and dairy. 

VEGAN: Avoids all animal products: meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy.

PLANTBASED: Typically refers to vegan diets; may include additional guidelines or variations such as a Whole Foods Plant-based (WFPB) diet that keeps plantbased foods as unprocessed as possible. 

Science supports that health benefits increase as the amount of animal products in the diet decrease.


Baked potato 7.5 gr protein, potassium, iron and a host of other nutrients

Single serving of oatmeal before cooking 5.5g protein

1 cup of brocolli 5g protein
Fruit typically contains 1-2g of protein per piece of fruit


Are these "complete" proteins?
Of the 20 amino acids used by the body, 9 are essential. All 9 come from plants. 




INCLUDES: fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and a small amount of nuts and seeds.

AVOIDS: Animal products, e.g. meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy. 

MINIMIZES: Added oils and highly processed foods. 

Where do you get your protein?

A common question.  

IIN Plate



High micronutrient density

Low in saturated fat

Free from cholesterol

Beneficial for gut microbiota

Can help prevent, treat, and even reverse chronic lifestyle disease


Digestion of whole plant-based foods burns more calories

High in fiber triggers stretch receptors in the stomach and people feel full and satisfied. 

Lower calories of dense foods, means that people get full before they gain weight. 



You need to combine plant amino acids to get complete protein


Not true: Combinations occur naturally in a varied plant based diet.


If you are meeting your calorie needs on a plantbased diet you will meet your protein needs.

You can do this. You can change your lifestyle for the better. This life-saving change is easy when you have step-by-step guidance. It takes a little courage right now, while you’re motivated and ready for change and to take control of your health.
I offer two options.  A Self Guided program, and my PLUS program that includes an additional add-on feature of six private coaching sessions. Plus the option of joining a small groups of no more than 10 participants (most popular),
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