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Exploring Life and Business with Michelle Fox

Today we’d like to introduce you to Michelle Fox.

Hi Michelle, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
I am a Culinary Nutritionist, a mom, wife, friend, yogi, and community builder. It is my mission to create healthier communities. I teach busy professionals how to get more nutrition in their bodies and how to have more fun in their home kitchens! My community is typically women over the age of 40.

For most of my 20’s and 30’s, I had low energy, erratic moods and uncontrollable belly bloat. Like many people, I tried so many things in an effort to feel good in my body – acupuncture, the Atkins diet, intense aerobic workouts and more. Nothing helped me to feel healthy and whole.

After a lifetime of doctor visits, we discovered I had celiac disease. It turned out I am allergic to both gluten and dairy. My body had been in constant war with itself for years.

My father died at an early age from stroke and high blood pressure – both preventable diseases. This motivated me to dig into my nutrition studies and find ways to help others avoid an early demise.

As I’ve healed my own body, it lights me up to help others heal as well. Food is medicine and can be a source of increased energy, balanced hormones, and stable moods.

My certifications come from New York University, Inner Connection Institute, Arvigo Institute (Belize) and the Academy of Culinary Nutrition (Toronto). I build healthier communities through teaching culinary nutrition workshops, cooking classes and through community service.

Based in Denver, Colorado, you will find me on socials @michellefoxlove and at

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey has been a fairly smooth road?
It has not been a smooth road. In the beginning of my healing journey, I was very resistant to changing my eating habits. It felt like a life sentence in prison to never be able to eat crusty, flaky bread again. Feelings of victimhood arose as I watched the rest of my family and friends indulge in pizza and fried chicken among other things. After ingesting these foods, I hated the way I felt, but I hated feeling left out even more.

I know I’m not alone. Many of my students have expressed similar fears that they’ll no longer enjoy eating some of their favorite foods if they release gluten, dairy and sugar. My programs help people release their poor eating habits one step at a time.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your business?
Community is our #1 value at Michelle Fox, Culinary Nutritionist. Fun comes in at a close second. If we can make nutrition fun and interesting, there is a higher likelihood that our clients will get the nutrition in their bodies.

Michelle teaches online workshops, about nutrition, to corporations and associations. She also hosts nutrition group coaching programs across the nation. Most recently, she added Chef Instructor to her schedule and teaches cooking classes at Sur La Table in Centennial, CO.

One of her students said it best: “I’m so grateful for your program! You made what seemed almost impossible (releasing gluten, dairy and sugar) actually possible. Your encouragement was so helpful and if I didn’t quite make my goal in one week, I didn’t feel harshly judged, so thank you!” Andrea Johnson

Michelle wakes up every single morning seeking ways to create healthier communities. What sets our business apart is that Michelle makes nutrition accessible to everyone. She does her best to meet people where they are and help guide them to a body and a life they love.

You can find nutrition inspiration, recipes and event updates on Instagram @michellefoxlove where Michelle shows up most frequently. The best way to stay in the loop though is to join our community at

Is there anyone you’d like to thank or give credit to?
Absolutely! Where do I begin?

Meghan Telpner is the founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition and she modeled how to create a business around nutrition.

Joan Rogliano introduced me to AARP which was my first client for online culinary nutrition workshops.

Hailey Gonzales was my first Digital Marketing VA who helped to uplevel my branding.

Amber Bender is my current Digital Marketing VA who has been instrumental in producing my new podcast: Healthy Sexy Nutrition – debuts on 9/13/22.

Makisha Boothe helped me realize I could hire a team long before I thought I was ready.

My husband Steve is my biggest cheerleader. I dream big and he is always there to listen, brainstorm, and support me how he can.

My children Angel, Lucy and Oliver who give very honest feedback on my culinary experiments.

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Image Credits
Kitchen shots: Cait Swithers Studio shots: The Female Shoota Beach

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