René is a Registered Nurse and an Advanced Practitioner of Health through Diet, Nutrition, and Exercise.
She loves helping people simplify their journey to health in a fun and easy way!
René’s personal quest for optimal health began when working as a Nurse for many years, she suddenly found herself with a rare, incurable auto-immune disease called Mastocytosis.
When she realized there was nothing the medical world could do to help her, except for prescribing numerous medications to help relieve the symptoms (and in the process causing more symptoms), she started searching for a better path.
Her journey to wellness has taken her across the US, from California to Florida. At the Optimum Health Institute in San Diego, René first witnessed how wholesome, natural, organic foods could restore health.
Settling in West Palm Beach, Florida, she founded a company devoted to making these healing dishes tasty and easy to prepare. Because of her student’s persistence, she compiled these recipes into a book, Transitioning to Living Cuisine. The book was distributed locally to great acclaim touching and changing many lives!
The success of René’s “Transitioning to Living Cuisine (TLC) Program” and the growing demand for her book and recipes, showed her that there is a need for a series of comprehensive Guides tailored to help people transition to the Living Foods Lifestyle in a fun and easy way. It is important to make dietary and lifestyle changes at a personal pace, addressing unique circumstances, preferences, and tastes. Rene’s books are fun and practical!
René’s trust in the healing ability of raw food has helped her escape the clutches of a merciless disease and recognize each day as a very special gift. She teaches nutrition and cooking classes at Health Food Stores, schools, in her home and in her student’s homes.
She is ready to help you on your journey to optimum wellness. René believes that everyone should have the opportunity to experience maximum health in their lifetime!
René’s consultations are solely intended for the purpose of information. She is not intending to diagnose, prescribe or cure any disease. She provides this service to share with others what she has learned and witnessed over her lifetime. This does not constitute medical advice.