Seeing other women succeed lights me up, and it’s my life’s mission to help you make it happen. Stick with me and I’ll show you how.
I’m a Montana girl, born and raised.
Low thyroid since I was 18, and still dealing with a chronic Epstein-Barr virus (which is why I became a health coach).
A lot vegan but I don’t label my eating habits, and you don’t have to either.
Anywhere with good people and good food. Even better if I can travel with just a carry-on.
Organic coffee or organic red wine, but I should probably say lemon water?
Teaching women that they can create anything they want, and making healthy living as enjoyable as possible as a close second.
Leaving Corporate America and starting this blog.
My college degree is in mathematics, with an emphasis in theory. I know, so different than what I do now, but who's counting (besides us Mathletes, of course).
As a new staff member at a Big 4 accounting firm, I found myself at fancy dinners and eating takeout in audit rooms just about every night, relying on little sleep and barely keeping a social life alive. My career was flying high but I felt like complete crap. At 25 I felt 50 years older than I was with no end in sight, so I decided to do something about it. I committed myself to healthy eating and home-cooked food.
Not surprisingly, I felt dramatically better within just a few weeks. Having grown up with a mom who made everything from scratch, I just kind of knew how to cook. Friends and family started asking for recipes, so I started a free blog. Fast-forward through a job offer to freelance as a business manager, a late-night discovery of an online health coaching program, and meeting friends who introduced me to online business, I did something that I didn’t even know was possible—I turned my blog into an internationally known brand and never looked back.
I’M NOT PERFECT AND I DEFINITELY DON’T TRY TO BE—BUT I DO KNOW THAT YOU CAN CREATE ANYTHING YOU WANT IF YOU’RE WILLING TO WORK FOR IT.
In a world flooded with diet information, Elizabeth’s healthy recipes and straightforward nutrition advice draw millions of inspired readers to her popular blog. Best known for her fun and accessible approach to food and healthy living, she’s built an online wellness empire from scratch on her iPhone and laptop. Over twelve thousand people have had success using her online programs, which include Clean Up Your Diet, Blog It Like It's Hot, and The Wellness Business Bootcamp.
As host of Elizabeth Eats, Elizabeth is delightfully changing the way the world views healthy home cooking. She speaks on stages around the world and mentors scores of ambitious people each year to seek and live life on their own terms. As a Certified Holistic Health Coach (Integrative Nutrition) and accomplished online entrepreneur, cultivating a lifestyle of freedom and health is her religion. Elizabeth is a graduate of Cornell University’s Plant-Based Nutrition Program and a TEDx speaker. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Shape, MindBodyGreen, Buzzfeed, The Zoe Report and Greatist among others.
Most supplements don’t work because they’re either counterfeit, or you don’t take them. Supplements never replace healthy food, but they can do wonderful things to aid your health and help you reach your goals. Go here to see what I take and recommend.
I love being a health coach and encourage anyone who wants to learn more about health to become a health coach, too. Click here to learn about the program I did and grab the audio with the five things I wish I would have known before I started.
I teach you the exact steps to create a blog and personal brand like mine in The Wellness Business Bootcamp.
Every day is different but usually some variation of this: First up, hot water with lemon or celery juice. Next, a cup of organic coffee with almond milk. Then a fruit & protein smoothie for breakfast, a big bow of plants for lunch (usually a soup, filling salad, or Buddha bowl), then I’m flexible at dinner. I mostly reach for fresh, real, plant-based food, but pizza and wine with girlfriends is always a possibility.
The Health Habit is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, other online retailers, and at book stores across the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and other counties, too. It’s well-written and well-researched and will make all of your dreams come true. (Ok, I can’t guarantee that last part but it really is a great book.) Get it here.
Between blogging, writing books, supporting my online programs and life necessities (hello, sleep and food), there just aren’t enough hours in the day to take 1-on-1 coaching. Even though we can’t talk 1-on-1, please know that I believe in you and I’m with you in spirit! You are meant for greatness.
Yep! This is a random question that I'm asked all the time. I tried lash extensions and swore them off after dealing with the maintenance and stinging the glue caused. I wrote a post all about maintaining long lashes that are real and don't require extensions. Read it here.
Hell no. First, please kick that type of black and white thinking to the curb—it’s not serving any part of your life. Second, good health is not all or nothing. Small improvements performed consistently over time add up to huge results. Celebrate what you’re doing right. It’s pretty hard to make good decisions when someone is talking down to you all the time (and that someone might be you).