Hi. I’m Jessica. I’m a Certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner. This may sound fancy but what it truly means is that I can help you find foods that work for you. Whether you’re looking to add more vegetables into your diet or need to cater to a medical condition, I can draw you a map that will lead to success. This is your kitchen odyssey. Let’s make it easier.

Next public office hours:

Urban Herbs
2727 Welton St.

Thurs. 3/17
12pm-2pm

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If you’ve ever thought about but been afraid of a guided detox, the Conscious Cleanse is for you! This gentle but effective program starts on April 6 2016 but REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW! As a bonus, registering with code RFCC416 earns you $25 off.

As always, I’m here for any questions you may have or to cheer you on as you bite the organic celery and sign right up!

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How can I help?

I am a nutritionist, a professional menu planner, a recipe consultant, a health coach, and, above all else, a human being who eats and feels. I understand that food impacts so much more than just our bodies and that everyone’s kitchen odyssey is unique. I’m confident that I can help guide you toward health and happiness by using the many tools in my market basket. Please contact me with questions and goals in-mind and we can discuss services and rates.

Next in office:

Urban Herbs
2727 Welton St.

Thurs. 3/17
12pm-2pm


I can always be reached by phone or email for introductions and scheduling. If, however, you’d prefer to meet in-person, I hold “office hours” every few weeks for this exact purpose. Visit the location above during the stated time and you’ll find me available for questions, introductions, and other (free!) matters of interest. The location of my “office,” as well as days and times of hours, do change so check back to this page often. I hope to see you soon!

Contact me:

Jessica Bartlett, CNTP

Nutritionist, Menu Planner, Health Coach

jessica@kitchenodyssey.com

720-608-0146

Menu Planning

Are you looking to add healthy snacks into your daily routine? Desperate for vegetarian recipes that aren’t focused on soy “meat”? Whether you’re needing to go gluten-free or newly pregnant, I can help you find your perfect Meal Course. I will work with and for you to find tasty and healthy recipes that will keep both your belly and wallet happy.

Recipe Adaptation

I love a good recipe challenge! Tapping into my experience as a Nutritional Chef, food blogger, and self-proclaimed snacker, I can help you add in nutrition and take out ingredients that don’t contribute to health. This service is perfect for those needing to eliminate specific foods (like gluten, dairy, or nightshades) and have no idea how to do so. I am also available for recipe creation and analysis.

Pantry Make-Over

Sometimes it’s hard to know what to change when you can’t even find a new spot on the shelf! If you’re stuck in a kitchen rut, invite me in and I’ll help you weed the snack forest and set you up for success! There’s no kitchen too big or too small to outfit with healthy staples and eco-conscious containers. This service pairs nicely with Menu Planning and could include grocery tours.

Nice to meet you!

Hello! My name is Jessica Bartlett and I am a Certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner and Menu Planner. I focus on helping clients make small, accessible changes, centered around real food and healthy habits, to achieve optimal individual health. I know that an energetic life doesn’t have to be painful, expensive, or impossible!  


Jessica Bartlett, CNTP

Nutritionist & Menu Planner

jessica@kitchenodyssey.com

720-608-0146

Don’t be shy! Let’s start a dialogue. I may still be working on my website but I’m ready to get right to work for you!

Contact me now with any questions about service or rates.


Free Nutrition Tip!

Sometimes the uglier the fruit, the sweeter the juice. This is never more true than with watermelon! So stop thumping and sniffing your way through the pile. When picking this large summer fruit, you only need to look for two things: discoloring and course webbing.

A prominent yellow spot on the melon shows where the fruit rested on the ground until fully ripened. No yellow spot means it was picked too early. Secondly, course brown webbing appears after the plant is pollinated by bees. The more webbing, the sweeter the melon. Enjoy your summer sweet!

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