Mar 23, 2021
Maybe you can see a disconnect between industries and think you might have the answer!
Have you ever wondered how you can create a business that is in alignment with your passions AND continues to be profitable?
In this episode of the Fearless Practitioners Podcast, I chat with Ann Kent of Peas and Hoppiness about the magic that happens when you follow your passions and combine that into what you do for a living.
Ann is a farm-girl-turned-dietitian who helps busy families get dinner on the table, picky eater approved!
Ann grew up on a farm in Central Kansas, where she learned how to hold a paring knife and make a roast from her mom.
When she learned about a profession dedicated to food, she knew it was for her; she started her college career in dietetics & nutrition and never looked back. She loved learning how different foods and nutrients fuel the body in different ways.
After college, she worked as a diabetes educator in an endocrinology clinic and learned (and then taught) patients how to use food as medicine. It was there she began to understand that food exists in 3 separate silos: agriculture (how it’s grown), food (how it’s prepared and eaten), and nutrition (how it nourishes our bodies).
Thus was born the blog: Peas and Hoppiness, with a mission to unite these three silos: to teach my fellow humans how food is grown, the science behind different eating patterns, and how to make “healthy” food actually taste good.
Owning a private practice is a journey, and often one that is taken alone.
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