Hey Welcome, my name is Lottie and I live in Brooklyn, New York. I have a passion for eating clean plant-based food, running, fitness, and everything in between. I graduated The Fashion Institute of Technology in 2014 and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2015.
An athlete myself, I have completed 9 half marathons, including NYC, Disney Princess and Long Branch, where I placed first in my age group. Besides for half marathons, I’ve competed in countless smaller distance races around the NYC area. Recently I have become a triathlete and completed several triathlons, placing first in my age group in two of them. In September 2016 I completed my first Half Ironman. You can always find me running the streets of Brooklyn or trying new and challenging fitness classes in NYC. To follow more of my training be sure to follow me on Strava!
Right now I create recipes for different brands/products. But I love to teach people how it’s done and how to leverage their diets as a tool to enhance their training. I travel to different retreats and training camps where I cook and lecture about a proper healthy diet. I also work at events in and around New York City where I bring homemade snacks and talk to athletes about recipes, running, training and creating a well balanced diet.
Over the last five years I have totally transformed my lifestyle – eating cleaner food and working out daily. I have found this new way of life to yield tremendous benefits, both physically and emotionally.
My Advertising and Marketing Communication major from FIT, my degree from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and all the incredible people I have met along the way have inspired me to share my love of healthy food and my unique recipes with the public.
Through my blog, I hope to share my passions, experiences and ideas. Here you will find more information about my training and general perspective on life as well as some recipes I’ve developed. I invite you to join me on my journey as I continue to discover the best ways to eat well, feel well, and live life to its fullest potential!