Lisa Michelle Miller, BS, NC
Lisa Michelle Miller is a Nutrition Consultant and is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (nanp.org). She graduated with honors and earned a certification in Nutrition Consulting from the state licensed Bauman College, College of Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts in Berkeley, California.
Lisa is a co-owner, Nutrition Program Director, speaker, and an instructor of nutrition and cooking classes at Kitchen on Fire cooking school in Berkeley. Lisa also teaches her nutrition discussion series at a wellness center and other locations in the area, as well as on-line to small groups utilizing Skype. In addition to her role at Kitchen on Fire, she also has a private nutrition practice in the San Francisco East Bay, Ocean View Nutrition.
Lisa has a Bachelor of Science degree, with experience in the health care, agriculture and consumer products industries and years of training and personnel development experience.
Nutrition Classes and at Kitchen on Fire
There are 3 Class Formats:
1. Nutrition Discussion Series
2. Cooking Classes with a Nutritional Focus
3. Cooking Classes with a Healthy Cooking Focus
If you have questions about the classes please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 510-548-2665.
Spending time with her grandparents on their farm as a youth, Lisa learned the value in making bread starting with home grown grains, and picking vegetables from their garden just in time for dinner. She came to understand the fundamental role that nutrients have on our bodies, and knew nutrition and wellness were her true calling.
As a lifelong athlete, and as a triathlete, she has used her nutrition knowledge to optimize performance and overall wellness. Lisa balances her passion for nutrition and cooking with biking, hiking, running, yoga, skiing, kayaking and spending time with friends and family.
Lisa’s nutrition philosophy is based on healthy preparation of an organic whole food diet, tailored to the needs and goals of each individual. For Lisa, nutrition has always been a lifestyle, never a ‘diet’. She believes that quality nutrition combined with an active lifestyle and positive attitude can further enhance the health of a generally healthy person and help to prevent, minimize and eliminate potential health conditions.