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Mary Howley Ryan, MS, RDN, CEDRD, LD
Master of Science in Food & Nutrition, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian in Wyoming and Idaho


P.O. Box 1076
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
307.690.5785
Mary@beyondbroccoli.com

 

Welcome to Beyond Broccoli

The ever-changing, often confusing world of nutrition can be tough to navigate in this age of information overload. Beyond Broccoli nutrition counseling combines nutritional science, behavioral change theory, the many lessons learned from clinical practice, as well as a strong belief in the value of whole foods as fuel, medicine, and perhaps most importantly a source of daily pleasure.

At Beyond Broccoli we love food. We also believe food has a major impact on our health and well being. Everyday what we eat and drink affects our energy levels, our moods, our ability to focus and concentrate, how we feel when we exercise, and how we sleep. Beyond Broccoli keeps the emphasis on food to get well, stay well or manage illness. While Beyond Broccoli is not anti-supplement our mission is to educate, counsel, and coach using a  "food first" approach.

Beyond Broccoli individual nutrition consults also recognize that behavior change is at the core of successful nutrition counseling and coaching. We know that even simple change is not always easy and we must go beyond merely providing information to help you improve your nutrition. At Beyond Broccoli it is all about you. The plan we come up with, together, is based on your nutrition and health needs including the skills and tools you need to make changes. We also know that even small changes can be significant and are the ones you are most likely to sustain for a lifetime.

The teaching philosophy at Beyond Broccoli is based upon planting the seeds of nutritional change for long term health and wellbeing. Whether we are counseling individuals, families or couples, teaching small group nutrition classes, presenting large group nutrition lectures or food demonstrations, or writing about nutrition, the same passion is at the core. Food first - and foods that are good for your health can taste great, fit into your lifestyle, and be enjoyed with people you care about.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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