Getting Started

Getting Started

In the last several years, I have seen a huge increase in the rates of food allergies and intolerance’s.  I’ve struggled for the last 10 years with by intolerance’s and faced years of pain.  Since then, I’ve found my own way to ambush the kitchen in an effort to prepare foods that are nutritious and safe for my clients and myself.  For some, this may be an intimidating task.

Up until 10 years ago, I wasn’t a great cook.  But when I landed in the hospital with 24 hours to live and was on disability from my corporate job, life changed.  And like so many of you, I was thrown onto this new landscape of food allergies and intolerance’s and into my kitchen in an effort to manage my health.

In learning to cook, I’ve realized there should be no fear- only fun. And that’s what I practice each and every day with my clients. The Healthy Apple is an invaluable resource for those of you interested in protecting the health of yourself and your family. Because no one is going to change you except you.

Let’s take baby steps. Don’t be overwhelmed, I’m here to guide you and inspire you with real-life solutions and practical everyday instructions on how to heal yourself and feel as good as new.  I invite you to pull up a chair, get cozy with your big fuzzy slippers and a cup of tea and click through the below links to soak in my honesty and love that’s gently tucked into these pages.


 Click Here For More of My Healthy Living Resources.

It is essential to work with a nutritionist and an Integrative M.D. because I am sharing general information that is not intended to be medical advice. This information is only given for informational purposes.

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shelly July 3, 2013 at 6:42 pm

Hello Amie,
I found your website through pintrist and have been looking at all you do and accomplish each and every day. Truely amazing. My question to you is, I was raised on meat and potatoes as well as my husband. I have tried in my adult life to eat better for myself and now my teenage boys are following suit. My concern is my husband. He is unhealthy and works many hours. I work, go to college at night and try to exercise to clear my head. Durring the school year, my boys are in charge of cooking and sometimes its a hit and a big miss. How do I incoroperate so much knowledge into my life when I am overwhelmed with trying to help my family? One day at a time? I want to detox everything but Im afraid because it all seems so overwheming. I will continue to read your webpage and will try to make strides in changeing areas in my life. It will be diffulcult but everything worth doing can be a struggle at first.
I feel lucky to have found you and as I continue to look around at all the information, this just might be the answer I have looking for. And a whole lot of extra stuff too.
shelly blum


Amie July 3, 2013 at 7:10 pm

Thank you Shelly; great to hear from you. Start with one thing and move onto others. Start with eating less foods out of boxes and then move on to organic and then move on to non-GMO and so forth. Does that make sense?
I hope that helps.
Take a deep breath; it takes time but you will feel SO much better and even though it may be more expensive to live this way- you’ll end up saving money later in life on your medical bills- believe me!
Wishing you the best; looking forward to seeing you back on here!


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