Nice to meet you.

My name is Dorit. I believe in moms.

I’m married and have 3 daughters. I love to dance salsa.

Originally I got a university degree in Business Administration. I got this degree because I wanted to work in the corporate world, shake hands and wear blazers to work.

However, after becoming a mom I’ve developed a passion for health and nutrition. So, I went back to school to become a Registered Holistic Nutritionist.

As I was learning about wellness and nutrition, I transformed my own family’s eating habits. Which ultimately helped us to get healthier and avoid getting sick often.

When I started sharing my ideas online – other moms began reaching out to me with questions about their own wellness and eating challenges.

Over the years these questions turned into articles, videos and podcast interviews that reached over 250,000 parents around the world.

Connecting with thousands of moms around the world gave me an important aha-moment:

I realized that the health of the world begins at home, and the health of your home begins with you, mom.

When mom is well cared for, everyone wins.

How you take care of yourself, shows up in everything you do, including your family health, your relationships, and your creative work.

You’re here because:

  • you care about your family’s health.
  • what you’re reading resonates.
  • you want to do your best, but maybe you don’t have all the tools yet.
  • you want to feel successful as a parent
  • you want to feel proud of yourself
  • you want to enjoy your kids’ childhood and be present for every moment (the good, bad and the ugly).

This website is designed to help you take care of yourself and take care of your family.

Please explore useful resources and online courses to help you get the best tools for raising a healthy family.

If you’re interested to learn more about your own health, check out my weekly show, The Confident, Energized and Sexy Mama Podcast where you will hear guest interviews and inspiring ideas about women’s health, motherhood, relationships and sexuality.

I believe in you, mama!

You got this.