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Do any of these resonate with you?
- It’s too time consuming to plan, shop and cook.
- I don’t cook well.
- My family complains about what I make.
- No one will eat leftovers.
- It’s too expensive to buy organic, grass-fed, etc.
- We waste our fresh veggies.
The bottom line is if you want good health, you must make your own food. Not all the time, but how much depends on your state of health. When you start making food for yourself, you gain confidence in the kitchen and you can start using food as medicine!
When you get the food part down and aren’t stressing about what’s for dinner, good things start to happen. You put the domino effect into action and naturally start adopting other good habits. Before you know it, the small steps you take each day add up. In no time you’ll look back and see how much progress you’ve made toward being healthier, all without having to work so hard for it!
Good health starts with food. I’m here to help take the stress out of food so you can lose weight and feel great without even having to think about it.
Here’s my gift to you: A FREE Cook Healthy Now Session, where we’ll troubleshoot where you specifically are getting tripped up in the kitchen. You’ll leave this session knowing how you can make your cooking easier, faster, more economical, tastier, and more fun! Then you can start reaping the rewards of eating healthy every day. Book a spot on my calendar here:
The Aloha Table was really awesome. The signature cocktail was awesome. The food was phenomenal. Making the SPAM musubi was energizing, picture-worthy, fun, lively, right on!
Balance is key! Dani shows you how your mental, physical, and nutritional health are interconnected. Very eye opening and when this makes sense it’s easy to make the changes in your daily life.
I learned many things about nutrition and health that I didn’t know by being in the group…that surprised me! The food sampling was delicious and helped me become more experimental with my cooking. I’m thankful for the new knowledge.
Dani created a warm, comfortable, peaceful atmosphere where I could express my insecurities and lack of experience in food preparation without being judged or criticized or ridiculed. I learned some basic skills I didn’t know and she gave me a great foundation in a wide variety of areas and stayed true to clean, healthy, affordable ingredients. I’m no longer afraid to try new things – even without a written recipe!
It was such great information I learned about new healthy foods and where to buy them. When the women in my group shared info and recipes that really helped. Dani is an amazing cook and full of great information!
We enjoyed a tremendous dinner and great company. The Aloha Table concept is really unique and frankly, it was the best evening we’ve had in some time.
What a lovely gathering! The food was all quite delicious and we even had Paleo dumplings to go along with the traditional ones. And most importantly, holding true to Dani’s vision for the dinners, the people were the best part.
Great atmosphere. Liked the way she asked questions and everyone had a chance to answer. It wasn’t just her giving the answers. Everyone’s input was very helpful. She had great experience as a stay-at-home mom who looked for a healthy path for her and her family. I like how she went about it. She’s taken nutrition classes and is now sharing her knowledge with us.
Thanks for the lovely & meaningful evening!
I enjoyed learning about some new healthier ingredients that I can try at home. Dani has a nice way of teaching. Good class. Thank you!
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