Who Am I?
Doctoral Student of Clinical Nutrition from Maryland University of Integrative Health, Jasmine is a board-certified Holistic Health Practitioner granted by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Jasmine also a registered ServSafe Exam Proctor and certified Food Safety Instructor.
Jasmine is an accountability nutritionist and dedicated student, well-versed in gut, immune, thyroid, and diabetes health.
She began college for the second-go and hasn't been able to stop. Jasmine has earned a semester in culinary training at Hillsborough Community College; along with 2 years of leadership and developmental management through various training resources including Trainers Edge and Spark, and the rest of her leadership learning in Operations Management through Bachelor level course work at Remington College. She has earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (concentration in Health and Fitness) from Keiser University and holds a Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Maryland University of Integrative Health.
Courses and Spin-Offs
Jasmine is also a self-help health author, creating DIY motivational self-help programs, eGuides, and print books that enable people to complete their wellness goals.
She has written 90 Days of Inspiration, the 'My Life Organized' series My Meal Planner and My Thought Journal, for the Emotional Wellness Kit; as well as the DIY digital 4-Week Plans. Also, Jasmine is dedicated to helping people manage their Autoimmune Thyroid medical problems through lifestyle change and nutritional practices.
She is currently focusing on a new book that focuses on autoimmune thyroid nutrition.
As a certified ServSafe Food Protection Manager Professional with the ability to teach and proctor ServSafe exams, Jasmine uses her 20 + years of experience as a food expert, to continue to push an area of nutrition that most people often ignore. She earned her professional experience by working in fast-casual restaurants, clubs, quick service restaurants, bar grills, catering at churches, preparing food for live TV networks with friends, catering private home events, catering corporate businesses, and also by cooking in the home along with attending professional culinary school.
Through learning and experience in the restaurant industry, Jasmine gained the capability to teach business owners and employees the ins and outs of every corner of managing and owning their own food establishment. HACCP, FDA regulations, and food politics are just one avenue she explores. She sits one-on-one with students ensuring they understand in-depth what it takes to control food temperature, how to prepare foods, and keep food safe.
Her role as a food expert has given her unlimited access to food industry trends that play a large role in nutrition. These access points include (but are not limited to): production and distribution of refined and processed foods, how these types of food affect the population in prevalence and incidence of disease, and how to nutritionally diagnose nutritional deficiencies and excesses due to these patterns.