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Farah Elhadidy

Farah Elhadidy is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, and founder of, a health coaching website and blog that empowers women in areas of health, nutrition and lifestyle.


Farah helps high-achieving women lose weight and find their balance. Farah has helped hundreds of clients around the world through private coaching, online programs and her blog.

Most of all, Farah is a wife who strives to get delicious, real wholesome food on the table for her family every night, a mom who steps on her 4 year old's lego, and an entrepreneur who works odd hours following her passion. She understands what you’re up against and truly believes that healthy positive change is entirely, absolutely, within your reach. 

Geoffrey Grove

Geoffrey Grove is a Chef, culinary artist, health enthusiast and scientist – most importantly, a father of twin preschoolers!


Geoffrey led a successful career cooking at some of the finest restaurants in Boston, with some of the finest chefs in the world, until shifting his focus to raising his children.  He recently returned from over 2 years traveling the world with his wife and children to refine his European, African, Middle Eastern and Asian culinary skills.  Highlights included Le Cordon Bleu Boulanger program in Paris, training in Jaipur India, Hanoi Vietnam, and Tokyo Japan.


In each of his endeavors, Geoffrey is particularly committed to promoting good health through flavorful cuisine.  Prior to cooking professionally, Geoffrey worked in medical research.  He combines that with a passion for sustainable agriculture (he can often be seen with his 4-year olds working in his greenhouse) to create unique dishes that are both delicious and healthy.  When not in the kitchen or the greenhouse, Geoffrey also serves on the Board of Beth Israel Deaconess hospital.

Dr. Stephanie Moore

Dr. Moore is a leader in holistic integration of preventive medicine with a 20-year background in cardiology and pharmaceutical science.  Most importantly, she is a “hockey mom” raising two teenage athletes without a loaf of bread in the house! She fully believes that disease can be reversed, prevented and that everyone can live a healthy life with the correct tools, and teaching these tools needs to start early in life for true prevention.


She has spent the past ten years at Massachusetts General Hospital working in cardiology, heart failure and transplantation. During this time, her tenure and talents were recognized as she was featured on the Best Doctors in America, Top Doctors and Boston’s Best Doctors lists. She has been faculty at Harvard Medical School for over a decade and is recognized for her teaching and mentorship of residents and medical students.

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