Naked Nutrition on Wednesday's Access Utah
Amy Choate says that her passion for a plant-based, whole food lifestyle is due to her complete recovery from debilitating depression and illness that occurred during her service as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and Annie Miller have a book out called “Naked Nutrition: Whole Foods Revealed” which, they say, is a guide to why we should eat real food, why it matters, and how we can live with health and energy. Amy Choate and Annie MIller join Tom Williams in studio for Wednesday’s Access Utah.
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Amy Ward Choate’s passion for the plant-based, whole food lifestyle is due to her complete recovery from debilitating depression and illness that occurred during her service as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She is a wife and mother to 3 boys, and finds balance through jazz piano, yoga & meditation, and time in the sunshine.She holds a bachelor of music degree in jazz (piano) from Brigham Young University. Amy currently resides in Logan, Utah, with her husband and three boys.
Annie H. Miller is a seriously devoted wife to Lincoln Miller and mother to their six children. Her love for wholesome food was deeply rooted in her as a young girl while visiting the homes of her grandmothers. Their meals were always homegrown and deliciously fresh from the garden. As a young married woman, she began to learn from her mother-in-law that not all prepared/canned/packaged foods are nutritious. She began to prepare most everything from “scratch” and learned to unlock the magic of food by using fresh herbs and spices. Annie loves to help others find the path to wholesome and delicious food options for their families.