Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: I’m busy! How will this program save me time?

A: I get it. My goal is to provide you with actionable information that you can implement right away...not “fluff” that sends you in a million different directions. You’re saving time by joining the Stress Free Family Meals Program and getting an actual system and process to accomplish saving you money at the grocery store and making healthier meals for your family rather than taking shots in the dark and figuring things out on your own.

Q: Couldn't I just find this information for free online?

A: You can find almost anything online these days...but does that mean it’s legitimate and helpful? Not at all! Much of the free stuff you find online is simply unhelpful, but most people just don’t know what to look for when trying to find real, actionable advice. I can tell you that with my Stress Free Family Meals Program you’ll find information you can’t find anywhere else, packaged up into a step-by-step process that doesn’t require you to spend hours and hours sifting through Google or YouTube for advice.

Q: Is there a money-back guarantee?

A: I genuinely want you to succeed, which is why I offer a generous 14 day money back guarantee. Simply let me know within 14 days if you’d like a refund, and I’ll give you one, no questions asked.

Q: What is a Registered Dietitian?

A: 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.

Q: Is a Registered Dietitian the same thing as a nutritionist? 

A: Short answer: No. All RDs are nutritionists, but not all nutritionists are RDs. Refer to the FAQ above about Registered Dietitians and the necessary qualifications. Nutritionists require zero qualifications and just about anyone can can be a nutritionist.

If you have any other questions for me about my Stress Free Family Meals Program please reach out to me and I will gladly get you the answers you need!