Who do I work?

Proactive women and men. Women tend to seek me out more often. Particularly women who are really looking to dial in their food to make everything else they are doing work even better. Many are fitness minded but might struggle with that last 10 pounds, meal planning, or who simply aspire to become a more positive influence on their children.

I also work with a lot of women and men learning to live with a disease. Events like this are often the catalyst for modifying lifestyle. I have been honored to assist those recovering from chemotherapy, gallbladder removal, leaky gut, and serious surgery. Historically this type of person is typically looking for a fresh perspective from the western medicine mindset. They find me when they are ready to approach more natural resources and when they are ready to address damaging food relationships but aren’t sure how to start. 

Because of my own battle with hormone imbalance, I tend to attract many women struggling with these challenges also. I have quite a bit of experience strategizing hormonal balance for suffers of PCOS, menopause, adrenal burnout, etc.


A diverse range of services that utilize my expertise include:

• One-on-one counseling

• Cooking Classes

• Seminars and Workshops

• Corporate Consulting

• Motivational Speaking



Chances are if you are reading this, we have a lot in common.                                                                                              jface2fullhalfsized

Once upon a time I truly needed someone to guide my health. I struggled with far reaching symptoms of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) since my teens. I didn’t have the tools or even the awareness to confront this issue until my mid-twenties. There is a lot more information about PCOS today but at the time I couldn’t find anyone to help me understand what was happening in my body.


In the beginning I was so frustrated. Instead of awareness and education on destructive dietary habits, I was offered drugs to treat symptoms and endless amounts of conflicting information. It motivated me to take matters into my own hands and I went back to school to learn about nutrition. The more I applied what I was learning, the more my symptoms began to fade. My eyes began to open. As I continued to gain more insight it became increasingly obvious how much the information I was gaining applied to so many lifestyle diseases. This needed to be shared. That need became my call to purpose.


I am deeply connected to what I do. My goal is to be the person I was looking for as a young woman struggling to understand my body. My intention is to give each person I work with the attention and resources they require to take control of their own health. As an NTC I do not treat or diagnose disease. I cannot do the work for you. But I will help you find what you are looking for and be the support you need to thrive.


Currently I am a practicing NTC, and certified member of the Nutritional Therapist Association, a 2010 graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and before that was certified in nutrition with the AFPA in 2007. I am also board certified through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and working toward board certification with the National Association of Nutrition Professionals.


I have personally studied under master healer and health guru Andrea Beaman, who emphasizes intuitive concepts in all areas of the body. Personal interests have led me to study all of the major dietary theories with concentrations in Ayruvedic traditions, Traditional Chinese Medicine and herbalism. I draw on over a decade of multifaceted education to hone my skills for using food as medicine. I share what I know with the people I work with in a way that is applicable and realistic. At Glow Nutrition, we are combining the knowledge of traditional philosophies with modern concepts. We work together to find what truly works for you, as an individual.


I want to share everything I have learned with you! It will change your life just like it changed it mine. That is my guarantee to you.






Jessica Idleman, NTC, CHHC, AADP