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"I have always had a passion for helping people realize their true potential in themselves. With my background in counseling I have been able to effectively guide clients to reach their goals. Creating lifestyle changes can be very difficult. I empower clients to make choices around their health that help lead them to happier and healthier lives! This can all be done while also enjoying the foods and the activities one loves most. Sustainable lifestyle changes along with consistency makes even the largest of goals an attainable reality!" - Elizabeth


Savoring Memories

Nutrition was always something I took interest in with my main interest being people’s relationship with food. Some of my earliest memories constituted of me sitting on the kitchen table watching my yia yia and her sisters create meals for Sunday dinners. Being Greek, food was such a big part of my upbringing. I always loved seeing how food brought people together whether it was just for a Sunday dinner or for big holidays. Along with that I got to watch my dad grow in his career as a doctor so the world of medicine always fascinated me. When I found out there was a profession where I could join my love of food together with my interest in medicine, I was hooked. Food is so much more than just food. That is why I love helping people build a healthy and happy relationship with food! 


Savoring Movement

Living a healthy life style is composed of many different factors with physical activity being a key component. I believe in practicing physical activity that one finds joyful and fun. Growing up playing multiple sports I have loved the physical and mental challenge of trying something new. This has stuck with me through college, and into my adult life where I enjoy trying different forms of physical activity from spin, to strength training, and my personal favorite…. Trampoline bounce classes! Joyful movement is essential for physical and mental health so take the time to enjoy the way you move! 

Savoring Knowledge


I earned my Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of New Hampshire in 2017, and a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Maine in 2019. In 2018 I completed a 1,200+ hour dietetic internship through the University of Maine, where I had the pleasure to work with hospitals and community programs throughout Portland, ME.

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