21 Day Plant-Based Challenge!
Register to view my FREE one hour webinar and
Discover your Natural State of Health
In this free webinar you'll learn:
Why "chicken/salmon diets" will never undo years of chronic disease
Why carbohydrate avoidance will never reverse Type 2 diabetes (because it doesn't address the underlying CAUSE of the problem)
The only diet that can make you "heart attack proof" as well as reverse other arterial flow diseases such as erectile dysfunction, diabetic neuropathy and blindness, lower back pain, and more.
Where do you get your protein!?
What food can I eat on a Plant-Based Diet?
An overview of all of the components of my comprehensive online course "Plant-Based Transformation for Beginners"
Register above and you'll also receive my life-changing Morning Energy Smoothie recipe!
Course graduates said....
“I have really appreciated a sharing of nutrition education WITHOUT hidden agendas, propaganda, or marketing schemes. So refreshing.”
“I appreciate the variety of research presented...not just one source/one-sided.”
“I lost 17# in two months and finally kicked my heroin-like sugar addiction.”
“Excellent on several levels: science and evidence, practical challenges, recipes, and resources on-line and in the community.”
“Great resources! Great information provided clarity to a lot of questions I had. Loved that the classes were presented in various stages...and all were made to feel comfortable, welcome, and successful.”
“My baseline cholesterol was 340. My doctor put me on a statin and I started this class soon after. 2 months later, my cholesterol was down to 176!”
“You really opened my eyes about what I am eating and I feel so much better, less tired, and not weighed down after I eat. I haven’t eaten milk or meat since the beginning of the first weekend and I don’t miss it!”
“I’ve watched many WFPB YouTube presentations and Stephanie knows her stuff! I still learned important information I didn’t know.”
“I’ve lost 8 pounds the first month and my blood pressure
has dropped 10 points and total cholesterol dropped 65 points!”
Stephanie is a graduate of the Cornell University T. Colin Campbell
Plant-Based Nutrition Course and combines this knowledge with over 25 years of experience as a cardiac RN directing chronic disease management programs within the healthcare system.
Stephanie is passionate about unlocking the potential of plant-based nutrition to transform the health of people who are
sick and tired of being sick and tired.
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After receiving another new prescription from your doctor, have you ever wondered
"Why can't I just fix this problem with the right food?"
And then tried to research "healthy diets" only to be bombarded with an avalanche
of conflicting information and targeted advertisements?
But there is a way we can know what food is best for us. It is called the scientific method.
And decades of peer-reviewed research have demonstrated that a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet can significantly improve and frequently reverse Standard American Diet-induced conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, coronary artery disease, Type 2 Diabetes, and more that have come to be considered "normal" by many today in the medical community.
I've been a cardiac RN for over 25 years. We reversed my husband's diabetes with a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet and now I want to empower everyone to transform their health!
All that is required to start is an open mind and a willingness to try new foods
that nourish and heal your body.
If you're ready to take that first step to regain your natural state of health, register above to view my FREE one hour webinar or click below to learn more about the course.
21 Day Plant-Based Challenge Course
Self-paced Online Course
-Free 30 minute coaching session with Stephanie included
-Follow up monthly Zoom support group meetings to keep you on track!
Stephanie Spencer RN, BSN
Certified, Plant-Based Nutrition
T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies
Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Franciscan University in eastern Ohio and has worked as an RN since 1992. In her career, she has primarily directed Heart Failure Chronic Disease Management programs and coordinated therapies for end-stage Heart Failure patients bridging to artificial hearts and heart transplants. For decades, she has witnessed first hand the devastating effects of the Standard American Diet on her patients’ quality of life and life expectancy.
In her quest to seek a more natural way to promote health, Stephanie started Natural State Microgreens in 2019 and began selling this superfood to restaurants and at farmers’ markets. Ironically, around this same time, her husband Paul developed pre-diabetes. They switched to a Whole Food Plant Based Diet and within 4 months, Paul’s diabetes was reversed, and they both lost 20# as well. After becoming certified in Plant-Based Nutrition, her goal now is to provide education and support to people who wish to treat, improve, and even reverse preventable chronic diseases and transform their lives through a Whole Foods Plant-Based lifestyle.
Stephanie resides in rural Scott, Arkansas on 15 acres with her husband, 2-3 boys (one is in college), and a Great Pyrenees named Scout. In their "spare" time, they maintain a pecan orchard, a microgreens farm, and an AirBnB on their property.
Stephanie is certified in Plant-Based Nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutritional Studies and eCornell.
DISCLAIMER: Stephanie Spencer is a Registered Nurse with a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. Stephanie is not a Registered Dietitian. She cannot prescribe medication or discontinue medication. The content and material on this website should not be considered medical advice nor medical treatment for any specific health conditions. Always consult your doctor before changing your diet and discuss any and all medications you are taking, including monitoring your health for positive changes that may require decreasing your medication dosages under your doctor's supervision.