About Jeani Hunt-Gibbon, MS, RD, CDN, Owner of VeggieLush Nutrition
Hi I’m Jeani,
And I help women take control of PCOS, Infertility and Endometriosis, so they can enjoy their food, accept their bodies and love every moment!
I’m dying to hear from you! Do you feel like your hormones are out of whack? Just got diagnosed with PCOS and don’t know where to start? Been dealing with Endo symptoms for years and tired of depending on pain killers every month? I’m here to help you find natural ways to take charge of your hormones, show them who’s boss finally feel your best! Want to know more and put together a plan for naturally hormone health through simple and tasty diet and lifestyle tweaks? Let’s chat:
I am a Registered Dietitian, certified in the state of Washington, and I hold a Master’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Washington. I love working with women to tackle and take control of hormonal conditions like infertility, PCOS, endometriosis and PMS, all while finding joy and delight in their food, and I’ve done extensive research on these topics. I also write about them for the Women’s Health Dietetic Practice Group and other publications. Plus, I work part-time with genetically female teens and college students, providing nutrition counseling. When I’m not talking about, thinking about or eating food, you can find me in the air, practicing and teaching aerial circus arts or walking my dog Raven.
I’ve developed a luscious (mostly) plant-based, anti-inflammatory nutrition plan to help you take control of your symptoms and body, while loving every minute! I individualize all of my nutrition plans to your tastes and preferences, and I infuse all of my recommendations with a sense of balance and joie de vivre. This means I help you incorporate more healthy, nourishing and nutrient-dense foods into your diet, rather than restricting, while enjoying the good things in life like a glass of bubbly on your deck or a tasty treat to end your evening.
My true love affair with food began when I studied abroad in France.
There, I was lucky enough to have roommates who taught me a new philosophy of cooking. We would pick up fresh, local produce at the Farmers Market each week, cook it up with pantry staples like whole grains, beans and spices and perhaps add in a glass of red wine and voila – a lovely, healthful meal was prepared. It was a magical process to me, one that I have carried throughout my life and has shaped my thinking on food. Most importantly, it showed me that nutritious food can be a joyful experience. Since then, I have learned to incorporate intuitive eating and nutritional science with that joie de vivre to help my clients enjoy their food, accept their bodies and love every moment.