Julia Powers, MS, CNS, is a nutritionist, food writer, whole foods cooking instructor, recipe developer and passionate believer that what we eat impacts our health in very direct ways. A long-time advocate for locally grown foods, she is a regular contributor to Edible South Shore magazine. She teaches cooking both privately and at Holly Hill Farm, showing people how to deliciously incorporate whole foods into their life. Having fed a family of five for twenty years, she has learned many tips and tricks for incorporating real food into the lives of a busy family.
With Julia's education and training, she can help you navigate the confusion surrounding your food choices and help you understand the effect these choices have on your health. Working together, she will develop a nutritional plan to help you improve your health and reach your goals. The path to reach these goals will vary with each person; but can include meal plans, recipes, and practical tricks and tips for incorporating dietary changes into your busy life. Working together, Julia will provide you with the support and knowledge you need to make sustainable change a reality.
Julia holds a Masters in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She also earned a MBA from Case Western Reserve University as well as a BS in Finance from Boston College. She is currently enrolled in a nutrition internship program at the Maryland University for Integrative Health and completed a ten-month Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition mentorship program with Dr. Liz Lipski, one of the nation’s foremost experts in functional nutrition.