I have a soft spot in my heart for entrepreneurs.

I have been happily married to one for 15 years and have become one myself. So I understand what it takes to run a successful business.

As an entrepreneur, you are always on the go. Physically and mentally, you jump from project to project, person to person, thought to thought, bringing together your grand vision. At the end of the day—often late into the night—you crash. Then you wake up early and do it again.

Do you ever feel like you’re running on empty?

It may surprise you to learn that being an entrepreneur doesn’t mean you have to be burnt out.

If you have been burning the candle at both ends, you’ll want to stick around. I’ve created a system for maximizing your productivity by optimizing your energy.

You see, I was once where you are. After I graduated from culinary school in New York City in 2002 I needed to figure out how to put my knowledge and skills to good use. My scoliosis prevented me from pursuing a career in the restaurant industry because of the unbearable pain I experienced after standing on my feet for more than two hours at a time. I became a master at cooking family dinners, throwing parties, and teaching people how to cook.

But something was missing. I tired easily. I became unhappy. I had big goals for myself, but I couldn’t seem to meet them.

In 2013 I turned to holistic medicine to find out what was wrong. I was like Alice in Wonderland or Dorothy in the Land of Oz—mesmerized at this new landscape of possibility and healing. I knew that I had found my path.

I trained under world-renowned integrative medical experts like Mark Hyman and Deepak Chopra. I earned a Health Coaching Certification from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition and became a Certified Nutritional Consultant through The American Association of Nutritional Consultants.

I’m now an entrepreneur myself. Healthy Intent combines my culinary passion with my nutrition and health experience. I run health programs, coach clients, teach cooking classes, publish a quarterly magazine, and write books all while tending to my family.

And you know what? Despite all the projects I work on, I’m not burnt out. Because I’ve figured out how to make the most of my body’s energy production.

I believe that each person is unique. My health systems are based on your personal patterns. No more one-size-fits-all health programs that give the same old advice. If you want to truly catapult your energy and productivity, you need advice that makes sense for you.

I will show you how to feel amazing so that your best self shows up every day in your business.

Find me on Facebook, check out my blog, or dive into my Vital Life program. I look forward to getting to know you.

Make today’s intent healthy!

— Natalia Levey, CNC

Founder and Master Chef

Member of:

International Association of Health Coaches

The American Association of Nutritional Consultants

American Association of Drugless Practitioners

American College of Nutrition



“The kitchen is my playground. The dishes I prepare are the expression of my creativity and it is very rewarding to share that passion with others.”