As a Certified Personal Fitness Chef and nutrition enthusiast, I've developed a passion for all things healthy. The goal is to eat healthy more times than not and find balance mentally, physically and spiritually. Once we find that balance, we're GOOD, OK, we're better!


I help people who are curious about transitioning to a plant-based diet but don't know where to begin and need help with simple recipes. I've been a non-meat eater for about three years. I don't like titles, all you need to know is I do not eat meat.


Initially I was certified as a Weight Management Coach and my focus was helping people who wanted to lose weight and they also ate the Standard American Diet.


With my coaching I educate, encourage and promote the importance of a healthy mindset while creating healthier options for women. I help you change your and understand the value of a healthy lifestyle. I help you focus on establishing and balancing healthy habits to replace your favorite foods with healthier choices that taste just as good, EVEN BETTER! If you want to transition to a whole foods, plant-based diet, which is simply a diet that focuses on eating whole or unprocessed plant foods, decrease meats, fish, dairy products and eliminate highly processed foods, let's get started. This is not necessarily a vegetarian or vegan diet but reducing animal products, meat, eggs, dairy and fish to 10 percent of your total daily caloric intake can help eliminate heart disease, reverse diabetes and prevent some cancers.

I use my training to help you redefine the way you eat and think about food and encourage you to mindfully incorporate whole foods.  





Learning when to say yes, and how to say no.

- No, you do not have to skip every event and say no to girl’s night out, but you may have to be intentional and call ahead to see how they can accommodate your nutritional needs and you definitely want to limit your drinks.
- No, you do not have to skip that piece of cake but you may have to say, “Not today,” to that second slice.
- No, you don’t have to drive past every fast food place when you are not prepared BUT you have to be super selective depending on your goals.






A healthy mind leads to healthy decision, healthy decisions leads to a healthy lifestyle.

The most challenging part of living a healthier lifestyle is mentally accepting that it is possible. All the changes such as cutting back on sugar, bread, rice, pasta, sodas, etc. can seem pretty unachievable when your mind and body has become accustomed to those pleasures. People often wonder why smokers continue to risk their health when there’s a Surgeon General warning on the label. People also wonder why would a drug addict experiment with substances that are know to kill them. If you said, "addiction," you are absolutely correct. The same addiction that drug addicts and smokers have is the same addiction that you have with food. If you think this is incorrect, when was the last time you tried to go without your favorite food or drink? Give it a try and see how hard it can be. It’s not that you can’t go without it, it’s that when the urges come you don’t feel like you can go without it. Changing your mindset is where we will begin and living longer, not just for you but for your loved ones is where we will end.

No matter where you are in the process of your journey, always LOVE and celebrate yourself every step of the way! Change what you can and be happy about that! From this day forward, please know healthy is not a size or a number, it's a lifestyle.
Here's to a clean bill of health!
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Coach Tanisha
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