Eleanor Freda Holistic Health/Nutrition/Wellness Coach 310 Springfield Ave. Suite 16 Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922 908-280-2657

Being Healthy Doesn't Have To Be Hard
   If you are ready to take charge of your health, sign up for a complimentary consultation.  Find out if having a committed  wellness advisor who will support you and hold you accountable is the key to achieving your goal.                                       I'd love to help you feel and look your best!      

  • What is a Health Coach?

    A health coach is a personal wellness advisor who empowers you and provides ongoing support and guidance as you set goals and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness.


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  • Do You Need A Health Coach?

    If you've tried multiple diets, exercise plans, self help books and still are not satisfied with the way you feel and look, you may need a health coach to help you determine what works best for you, support, advise, and hold you accountable. It's difficult making and keeping lifestyle behavior commitments; a health coach makes it easier.  


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It’s rare for anyone to get an hour to explore their wellness goals with a trained professional. As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, I create a supportive environment that enables you to articulate and achieve your goals. Throughout my education, I have been exposed to the most cutting-edge dietary theories and studied highly effective coaching techniques to help you find the right lifestyle that works best for you.

Most approaches to healthy eating dwell on calories, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Instead of creating lists of restrictions and good and bad foods, I coach my clients to explore basic improvements and implement gradual changes during our work together. As these pieces accumulate, my clients find the changes collectively create a much larger impact than they originally expected. We work on what you want to improve, and within the circumstances of your unique situation.

My Favorite Recipes


Black-Eyed Pea Salad

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Roasted Cauliflower with Millet

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Eggplant, Zucchini and Tomato Bake

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Support Your Local Farmers' Markets

It’s that time of year again when we can look forward to fresh, tasty and sweet produce grown right here in our own Garden State.

If you are a member of a CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture and are about to start receiving your weekly share of farm fresh fruit and vegetables, congratulations! That is such a great decision as it supports local farmers and you get to receive fresh, delicious produce every week!

If you haven’t yet committed to any particular farm for your produce, it may not be too late. Check out the Jersey Fresh website at http://www.jerseyfresh.nj.gov/ . Jersey Fresh is part of the New Jersey Division of Agriculture. Here you can find out what farms are offering CSA shares and all the details.

You can also find out the location and day the local farmers’ markets will be held. If you are interested in organic, specifically, the certified organic farms are also listed on the website along with recipes, nutrition information, food safety guidelines and much more. For instance, Summit’s Farmer’s Market started in April and is every Sunday morning from 8 to 1.  Most of the other towns will start in June and I know that there is a farmers market in Morristown all winter long as well.

It’s such a treat each week to find out what fruits and vegetables are in abundance. Pretty soon they will harvest strawberries and blueberries; my personal favorites. There is nothing sweeter than organic strawberries! Stock up and freeze them for smoothies and to drop in pitchers of ice cold water this summer. You can pick up free range eggs and meats, flowers and plants, and there are also vendors that offer smoothies, baked goods and homemade products. Feel free to bring your kids and dogs; the vibe is very welcoming.

 There is a reason New Jersey is called The Garden State and now is the best time to enjoy the over 100 different fruits and vegetables that are grown here each year. Buying produce from our own New Jersey farmers is good for our bodies, our economy and the health of our communities!

Bagels, Pastries and Candy at a Health Seminar?

Sadly, yes. That’s what was served for breakfast at a “Health and Wealth” seminar that I attended at a local hotel recently.

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