Heather Carey, MS is a culinary nutritionist who helps women make simple, yet significant, diet and lifestyle changes that can lead to better health, well-being and increased kitchen confidence. Heather was recently chosen to be part of the “Fairfield 25”, a group of the most giving, most interesting and most talented individuals in Fairfield, CT.
“It is so very rare to find in one person a master chef dedicated to organic foods and healthy living, combined with her expertise as a top quality educator in nutrition for kids, adults and people with medical conditions. As both a nutritionist and a chef, Heather Carey is a one stop shop for anyone looking to learn how to eat, learn how to cook deliciously healthy foods and gain the tools needed to take control of your health and wellness through food.”Hilary Berger
I’m so thankful that I decided to work with you last winter. A lot of what we discussed and the ideas you gave me really took hold. I’m cooking more, and I have easily doubled our intake of vegetables on a weekly basis. I don’t throw away the kale any longer! I go through a bag or two each week. Chickpeas are on a weekly rotation, and I’ve ventured into quinoa and farro. Sometimes for breakfast. My energy, digestive system – even my skin tone – have all improved. All good and so illuminating! It’s not “perfect” (what is?) but I am certainly no longer “failing at food” and that feels great.Karen K.
Recent Blog Posts
March is such a funny time of the year for me. All it takes is one mild day for me to start dreaming up what will go in the garden. You can feel it and taste it, but too bad, it’s still winter. I woke up to a windy, 25 degree day today and started...read more
We always have those foods that we turn to when we are not feeling well, physically or emotionally. For some, it’s chocolate (yes, I have certainly been guilty of this). Yet, when the days get dark and I am not feeling my best, I always turn to soup.I’m...read more
You know what they say about making resolutions don’t you? You forget them almost as quickly as you make them. About two weeks to be exact. I stopped making resolutions years ago. Those promises to myself to “lose weight this year” or “get to...read more