As a health-conscious mom in diet-obsessed LA, Jill discovered how difficult it can be to raise a family with healthy food and lifestyle habits. Her background as a senior executive at Grey Advertising helped keep her sane, as she deftly decoded the marketing language and health claims splashed across food labels.
Soon Jill found herself answering lots of questions from family and friends about the seemingly straightforward activity of eating. Driven by her passion for nutrition and cooking, she shifted professional gears to become a board-certified holistic nutritionist.
Through her own self-discovery and ongoing training, she’s been able to identify the inherent challenges on the path to optimal wellness. She now loves wading into the minefields of misinformation to help others make lasting improvements to their own holistic health. Her indulgences include Bravo TV and chocolate chip cookies.
Dr. Andrea Moskowitz
Healthy living begins with healthy thinking, and Dr. Andrea Moskowitz, a medical professional with a degree in neuroscience, knows a thing or two about the human mind. As a psychiatrist, she often integrates nutrition and exercise interventions in her work with clients and their families.
Dr. Moskowitz has served on the psychiatry faculty at UCLA, treated patients in private practice and worked at a residential treatment facility and with Los Angeles Unified School District. For the past 10 years, she has been the child and adolescent psychiatrist for Edelman Westside Mental Health Center, which is operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.
In the past two years, Dr. Moskowitz has healthfully shed 65 pounds herself and gained strength and energy by following her own advice. Her guilty pleasures include chocolate cashew ice cream and re-reading Harry Potter.