About Rebecca

Rebecca Messina is the founder of Simply Healthy Living and is a Certified Nutrition Counselor with a Masters in Nutrition and Food and Exercise Science. Rebecca combines her educational background with holistic philosophies and incorporates nutrition based on her client’s individual needs. My goal is to help those who are willing to make the change […]

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My Philosophy

At Simply Healthy Living we create customized programs supporting the unique needs and lifestyle of your family. We work together to provide the tools and guidance you need to eat and prepare delicious foods that nurture your family’s health, vibrancy and well-being. We believe that local, organic and whole foods are the foundation for healing […]

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Testimonials

I have been working with Rebecca for 1/2 a year and love the results! As a nutritionist she has helped me eat better which in turn has helped me loose weight and inches, sleep better, feel better mentally and make healthier choices for myself and my children! Rebecca came to a specialty market with me […]

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Recipes

Breakfast Grains Soups Snacks Salads Legumes Fish Dinner Desserts

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Latest Posts

Come join Simply Healthy Living’s New Facebook Group!

August 13, 2018 | No Comments

I know it’s been a while, but a blog is well overdue!   Come join Simply Healthy Living’s New Facebook Group! As many of my friends, family and clients know I am a holistic nutritionist of 8 years who has over come MS with food, supplements , essential oils, mindset and yoga. After I was […]

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What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?

November 23, 2016 | No Comments

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? This holiday season I am blessed to have my health, loving family, boyfriend, wonderful friends, new business endeavor, and yoga practice to bring me serenity under times of uneasiness. Whether it is Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other holiday it is common that we eat until we are full.  If […]

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Top Ten Tips to Survive the Holiday Season

November 2, 2016 | No Comments

Food is an important part of the holidays, however because of all these social gatherings the average American gains 8 pounds between Thanksgiving and the New Year.  Here are some helpful tips to survive the holiday season so you can maintain and not gain:) 1.  Drink warm water with lemon before meal arrives so you […]

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