Jeff Woiton has been around food most of his life, starting in a hospital kitchen at age 16 and, more recently, running an upscale cafe on a downscale Caribbean island. As a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, he’s combining years of experience in culinary arts, restaurant management and helping others in order to create an environment that cares about the client first and foremost. Though most of his career has been in the technology sector, he’s recently made a transition into helping people rather than things.
He firmly believes that food is medicine; more specifically, whole, natural foods are essentially medicine and most else is a slow form of poison. In his practice, he seeks to help people undo years of poor eating habits and adopt a new lifestyle that embraces wellness. Jeff recently brought his own battle with Crohn’s Disease into complete remission and now feels as though he’s in the best health of his life. He’s been where you are, and he can show you how to go beyond what you may have learned or believed, and then helps you create a clearing to step into what you can make possible for your self.
Jeff is a member of the Nutritional Therapy Association, the American Nutrition Association, the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation, the Alliance for Natural Health USA, and the Weston A. Price Foundation. He also serves on the board of Washington Action for Safe Water, an anti-fluoridation organization, as their Nutritional Sciences Advisor.