When I was diagnosed with MS, I was scared.

I was doing everything I could to keep a smile on my face to reassure everyone around me that I'll be fine. But deep down, all I wanted was someone to reassure ME that it’s going to be okay.

Can you Relate? 

Multiple sclerosis is serious. It's unpredictable and there is no cure. I know, that last one stings.
And all you're seeing are the worst case scenarios. 

As a Multiple Sclerosis Nutrition Coach, Yoga Instructor, and your fellow MS sister, I'm here to tell you that there's SO much you can do to feel better in your body AND still live an amazing life. 

And You don't have to do it alone.

Real talk:

MS is just a chapter in our story, not the ending

I had to grieve the confidence I once had in my body and my future and process the overwhelming emotions of fear and vulnerability.   
As the reality of this incurable diagnosis set in, I had a choice:
  1. I could spend the rest of my life seeing only the limitations and feeling sorry for myself.
  2. I could allow MS to change my life for the better.

It’s time to get clear on what matters most to you, stop holding back, and be intentional with how you’re spending your time and energy.

It shouldn’t be an either-or approach. I believe in building a bridge so we can leverage the best of both and decide on a case-by-case basis.

In some cases, food may be enough to restore our health. It’s also true that other times, we may need the intelligence of medicine to restore our health. One is not right or one is not wrong.

Feel empowered to have both options available to us.

It’s not about restriction, deprivation or suffering through bland meals. It doesn't have to be complicated or confusing.

Eating well is about focusing on simple, real, whole foods and paying attention to how they make you feel, so you can experience better energy and health – and a more vibrant life.

As a multiple sclerosis nutrition coach, I have found freedom from fatigue, brain fog, migraines, chronic pain, and so much more through nutritious food. Freedom is here for you too!


My Thoughts on...

Food may not be a cure for MS, but it sure can feel like one!


So don't fear food, my friend, embrace it!

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Conventional & Functional Medicine

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I’m Not Done Living and Neither Are You.


"Alene brings so much wisdom, experience, and warmth to every coaching relationship. She's dedicated to providing transformation to each client she works with. Her empathy and expertise never cease to amaze me.

If you're building your wellness team, you want her on it!" 

—Kris Carr, New York Times best-selling author and wellness leader

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Nutrition Coach, Chef, Yoga Instructor, MS Thriver 

Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2016, Alene knows first-hand what it’s like to live, and rise above, a chronic illness as well as debilitating migraines.

Within six months of her diagnosis, the lesions on her brain shrunk and went inactive and now 7 years later there has been no new activity. 

After her own health transformation, Alene works as a nutrition coach for multiple sclerosis and individuals around the world to manage MS, and other chronic conditions, so they can thrive in their body and reclaim the life that feels like it was taken from them. 

Alene is a certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner and Natural Food Chef.

She has been featured in USA Today, Healthline, Philadelphia Inquirer, Mind Body Green and on Fox News. 

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