Emily Kelley is all about food. From her personal blog to her newly founded company, Vesta Nutrition, she works tirelessly to find the freshest, healthiest, and tastiest food in Seattle. And now, she’s planning on sharing her knowledge with Seattle families.
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Kelley is a registered dietitian, and she started Vesta Nutrition because she wants to help families, “reduce stress around mealtimes, and to discover enjoyment in feeding themselves and their families.” But she won’t just give you a food plan and wish you luck; she’ll go through your pantry, help you cook dinner, and even go to the grocery store with you. The idea is to create a realistic and sustainable plan for families.
Each option offers an initial 20-minute meet and greet, a 90-minute in-home consultation, and a 20-minute follow-up, with more home visits available when needed.
While Vesta Nutrition specializes in family nutrition, Kelley said she has a number of additional specialties. She can work with families whose children have dietary needs ranging from feeding difficulty to autism and even ADHD. Kelley wants to create individual diet plans to help clients actually see changes.
She has a sound approach for teaching healthy eating habits: there are no “bad” foods, she says on her website. “Every food can be part of a healthy and balanced diet.” So, even your potato chips might have a place in your pantry after she’s done her work.