Tasting Page Wellness Programs

Research shows that most people break their healthy intentions within 1-2 weeks of setting them. Looking at the calendar, I'd say we may have lost a few already. I'd like to offer my help in a few ways.

  1. Try my 6 Week Transformational Nutrition Program. It isn't about quick fixes or starving yourself. It's about creating real change that addresses both mind and body, because we kind of know what we're supposed to eat, right? So then why don't we? If you're done with fad diets that don't last, have a look at my program. It's self-guided so you download it and take it at your own pace. Read more about it here.
  2. If you live in the Los Angeles area, I'm starting a local Women's Wellness Community with my friend and fellow Nutrition and Life Coach, Jen Stucker. We're looking to gather a group of like-minded women to connect healthy intentions beyond a New Year's resolution. We're going to offer simple steps and healthy practices that you can take home with you and start today. So if you're local, grab a friend and come join our first event on Sunday, January 29. Registration and information is here.
  3. And if you're not in LA, and not much of an online learner, then feel free to connect with me directly for some private coaching. I can help you with your diet and assessing the obstacles to remove so you can live your healthiest life. Contact me at Kelly@TastingPage.com to set-up a free 15 minute phone consultation to discuss your needs.
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Kelly Page

I'm a food fanatic who makes healthy whole food recipes, reviews the latest Los Angeles restaurants, appreciates fine wine and cocktails, and travels to experience different cultures and cuisines.

Curried Cauliflower Kale Rice {Gluten Free, Vegan}

The days are finally getting cooler in Southern California. I've been enjoying much more time at the stove, cooking up warm dishes like this curried cauliflower kale rice. The spices in this recipe are sure to heat you up and keep you satisfied from first spoonful to last.

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Kelly Page

I'm a food fanatic who makes healthy whole food recipes, reviews the latest Los Angeles restaurants, appreciates fine wine and cocktails, and travels to experience different cultures and cuisines.

Spring Downtown Los Angeles

I really can't complain about the Los Angeles restaurant scene. We have such a diverse collection of ethnic cuisine and healthy options that you could eat somewhere new every night of the year. BUT, the number of French restaurants in Los Angeles is on the lower end in terms of restaurants represented here. So when I heard about the opening of a new upscale French restaurants, Spring, in downtown LA, I couldn't wait to check it out.

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Kelly Page

I'm a food fanatic who makes healthy whole food recipes, reviews the latest Los Angeles restaurants, appreciates fine wine and cocktails, and travels to experience different cultures and cuisines.