Real Food Nutrition for Pregnancy
& Gestational Diabetes

Standard prenatal nutrition advice is due for an overhaul. Evidence is mounting that real food offers optimal nourishment for mamas and babies.

What is real food?

Simply put, real food is made with simple ingredients that are as close to nature as possible and not processed in a way that removes nutrients.
Real food is nutrient-dense, delicious, and satisfying.

Read the first chapter for FREE.

Learn the “why” behind my evidence-based real food approach and how it supports a healthy pregnancy.

Hi, I’m Lily

As a registered dietitian/nutritionist and certified diabetes educator, I’ve devoted my career to researching real food nutrition for pregnancy and gestational diabetes. What I’ve uncovered is a wide gap between current prenatal guidelines and what’s optimal for both mother and baby.

I want to close that gap, starting with you.


Most prenatal nutrition
advice is outdated.

From recommendations on macronutrients, supplements, salt, foods to avoid, gestational diabetes (and so much more), an astonishing amount of what you’ve been told about pregnancy nutrition is not backed by current research. We can do better.

Read the first chapter of Real Food for Pregnancy for FREE.


Mamas and mamas-to-be

You want the best for your baby. Prenatal nutrition plays a fundamental role in your health and your baby’s development, but there’s so much conflicting advice. That’s why I’m here. Opting for a real food pregnancy is easier than you think.

Healthcare Providers

You’ve come to the right place to expand your knowledge on evidence-based prenatal nutrition. It takes an average of 17 years for research to make it into practice. It’s up to you to stay up-to-date. I can help.