bringing families back to the table for intentional relationhips together

Momma- you're doing a great job...  and I get it- you just need to get your kids to freakin' eat... 

As a mom of 3- I totally hear you- that's why I combined my 5 foolproof tips to getting your kids to freakin' eat- in one handy fast read FREE guide- because I know ain't nobody got time to read books... 

Click the link below- and I will send it right to your inbox... no sneaking broccoli involved!

About Me

Hey there! I'm Heather, a Registered Dietitian, Mom of 3, Military Spouse, and nutrition expert with over a decade of experience in the complexities of family meals. I believe the foundation of the family is in strong relationships with one another, and that those relationships are built around shared meals together.

As a military family, our community and location are often changing. The one constant for us is the ability to gather for a few minutes each day around a shared meal. Sometimes it's at a ballfield, or a fast food restaurant, or the family table. Finding the secret to bringing families back to the table for intentional relationship together is the purpose that drives Glory Nutrition.

As a young family, stress around dinner was a daily occurrence-but I learned that we weren't the only ones. I became obsessed with helping busy moms find simple solutions to feed their families that don't waste time, money, or brain space so they can enjoy meals together again. With the Smarter, Not Harder approach, I have helped dozens of families return to simple, enjoyable shared meals.


A Frequently Asked Question

What is a Registered Dietitian?

A Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is a food and nutrition expert who translates the science of nutrition into practical solutions for healthy living and helps individuals make personalized, positive lifestyle changes. The academic and professional requirements to become a RD/RDN include:

  • Earning a baccalaureate degree with coursework approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). Coursework typically includes food and nutrition sciences, foodservice systems management, business, economics, computer science, sociology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology and chemistry.
  • Completing an accredited, supervised internship program at a health care facility, community agency and/or foodservice corporation
  • Passing a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
  • Completing continuing professional education credits needed to maintain registration.

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Here are some of the testimonials  from past clients that loved the results that they had from my program!

"I've tried meal planning for my family before but nobody ever ate it!"

"Having a third party who is a dietitian weigh in makes it easier because no one listens to mom!"

"I was on my way but I was stuck- I didn't know how to move forward..."

"I managed through Thanksgiving without gaining weight! According to my scale I've lost 3lbs since before Thanksgiving! I've never done Thanksgiving this well! I'm proud of myself!"

"Learned about changing the verbiage for foods and I'm not gonna lie- it makes all the difference even for me! Growing foods & fun foods because food has no morality and can't be good or bad. All my life I've heard good and bad used. The Stress free Family Meals Program is THE BEST!"

These are just a snippet of some of the reviews and messages that I have received about my

Smarter, Not Harder Program!