Is Matcha or Turmeric right for you?


"One cup of Matcha is equivalent to drinking 10 cups of green tea, providing 137 times more antioxidants, which may reduce cell damage and help prevent chronic disease"



"When using the whole root, turmeric needs to be paired with other agents that enhance absorption, such as piperine (black pepper). This helps get it into the bloodstream, as well as the anti- inflammatory properties delivered systemically.Consuming 1.5 teaspoons of turmeric powder a day or finely grated turmeric root with food has been shown to help with inflammation, such as arthritis and digestive issues, yet also has cognitive benefits."


-Carla Hernandez, Wellness Center Intern

Carla graduated with a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from San Diego State University, although her desire to learn more about using food as medicine drove her to a nonconventional side of the nutrition field. She has spent time working with a variety of holistic practitioners from naturopaths, herbalists and acupuncturists, traveling and exploring different countries and their healthcare systems. She has a certification as a Nutritional Therapist, and is currently in her dietetic internship to become a Registered Dietitian.  She specializes in digestive/immune health and skin conditions (acne, psoriasis, and eczema predominantly),working with clients remotely around the country. She is  passionate about guiding and educating others learn what works for them.
Jason Boudrie