Brittany Trentham

Wellness and Natural Lifestyle Expert

MEd, RDH, CHES

Brittany will tell you that she is first and foremost a wife and a mommy. “I love my boys!  My husband and I grew up and went to college in East Tennessee, but now we call Louisville, Kentucky home.”

Brittany works part time as a dental hygienist while pursuing her passion for helping others as a health and nutrition coach.  “I never worried about food or nutrition until later in life when I started having health problems.  After finding out I have a gluten allergy, I was on a mission to learn as much as I could about nutrition and health.  I went back to school and got my master’s degree in Community Health and became a Certified Health Education Specialist.” Brittany is also certified as a personal trainer through NASM.

“I love working with anyone on making health changes, whether that is eating healthier or working out.  I specialize in food allergies, gluten free, women’s health, and hormone health. Other than nutrition, I love to travel, lift weights, cook, and watch movies… on the couch with my boys!”

I love how clean and smooth Growing Naturals rice and pea proteins are. They are a staple in our house! I also recommend it to my clients because it is Vegan, gluten free and has minimal ingredients.

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Featured Blog

7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking

May 1st, 2017|Comments Off on 7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking

7 Simple Egg Substitutes for Vegan Baking Don’t Eat Eggs? You are not alone.  Due to the rapid growth of people adopting a plant-based or vegan lifestyle, many more egg-substitutes are popping up on store [...]

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

April 14th, 2017|Comments Off on A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining

A Meat Lover’s Guide to Meatless Dining It’s no secret that plant-based diets are loaded with health benefits, from helping maintain a healthier weight to warding off a plethora of ailments and diseases. But not [...]

IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

April 3rd, 2017|Comments Off on IGF-1, Protein, and Cancer—How They’re Connected

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Top Tips for Going Vegan

March 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Top Tips for Going Vegan

Top Tips for Going Vegan If you’ve ever thought about incorporating more vegetarian dishes into your diet or making the leap to go vegan, you’re onto something. Studies continue to show that balanced plant-based diets—or [...]