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“I believe that food is meant to nourish our bodies energetically as well as provide joyful culinary experiences. Nutrition has been a lifelong interest for me, and my counseling philosophy centers on an intuitive eating approach that helps people develop a healthy, lifelong relationship with food which promotes wellbeing of the body, mind, and spirit. While eating foods that are high in Life Force Energy (natural, organic, minimally processed) will properly fuel our bodies — preparing, tasting, and sharing meals in a mindful, loving way is vital to the health of our entire being.”
Margot has been interested in how nutrition affects one’s health and body weight since childhood. She became a vegetarian while growing up on a beef farm and has been challenging the typical Western diet philosophies ever since.
Margot returned to college for a 2nd degree in Dietetics after staying home to raise her two children and help her husband start a successful sales business. She holds a B.S. in Health Science from SUNY Brockport, and a B.S. in Nutrition Management from RIT, an American Dietetic Association accredited university. During the years she spent as sole Clinical Dietitian for a 187 bed long term care and rehabilitation facility, Margot grew increasingly concerned by how many of her patients suffered from diabetes and heart diseases directly related to their poor lifelong health practices and dietary choices.
After years of working in clinical dietetics, Margot left the pharmaceutical-centered health care industry in order to promote a more natural and love-centered approach to healing. She envisioned and founded the Little Lakes Inn & Healing Center as a nurturing environment in which to offer her services and share with others her belief in the healing power of the human body and to show how the foods we eat impact our healing ability and overall wellbeing.
Margot offers individualized nutrition counseling, group presentations, and variety of specialized sessions and classes (after having lovingly baked your morning scone, of course!).