Welcome to Eat Well Buffalo
Our philosophy is simple- if you Eat Well, you will Be Well. Food is powerful, and we can create wellness and prevent disease by making smart food choices. As our parents always told us, “You are what you eat”.
Eat Well Buffalo offers insight on how to live a simple and healthy life. Eat Well Buffalo is a practical approach to healthy nutrition, in addition to being easy and convenient and yet not costing a fortune. Both minimizing the number of ingredients and attempting to use mostly on-hand items will allow a more practical and less-complicated approach to some of the other more complex alternatives.
We will show you some of our favorite healthy meals and offer recipes that are delicious and simple. Make sure and check out our healthy tips section. Our calendar will contain dates and times of local events that might be of interest to you.
Sally, the mastermind behind Eat Well Buffalo has journeyed from a career in the pharmaceutical industry to publishing Buffalo Natural Awakenings, always truly believing food can be very powerful and life changing. She received a Bachelor of Science and a Masters in Business Administration with a focus in marketing from the University at Buffalo.
More recently, Sally has completed the following:
- Sally attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition to earn her certified health coach title.
- Sally completed the coursework through Cornell to receive her plant-based nutrition certification.
- Sally attended the Culinary Intensive Workshop through the prestigious Conscious Gourmet Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- In 2018, Sally was selected to attend the Physician’s Committee For Responsible Medicine initiative in Washington, DC to become a certified Food For Life Educator.
- In 2020, Sally became Nutritious Life Certified by completing the coursework at The Nutritious Life Studio by Keri Glassman
Sally has always been a firm believer that we need to take responsibility for our own health as well as being a positive contributor to our WNY community. Our emphasis and direction should be on the prevention of disease and taking those steps to eat healthy (plant based, whole foods as much as possible), incorporating exercise into our daily lives, practicing mindfulness and meditation, as well as being committed to recycling, sustainability and making a difference in this wonderful community in which we live.
Note: This content is for informational purposes only. This website does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, which are best addressed by your physician/medical practitioner.