Meet Our Founder
Samantha (Sam) is a certified Holistic Health Coach and Cancer survivor. She received her training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. During her training she studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques and innovated coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. Among her teachers were Dr. Walter Willett, Chair of Nutrition at Harvard University and Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Nutrition.
While fighting cancer, Sam experienced several side effects during treatment but her biggest complaint by far was how awful her mouth felt. It was always dry and uncomfortable and she would develop terrible mouth sores. Everything tasted like aluminum which made eating unenjoyable.
As a holistic chef, Samantha believes in the power of natural, earth-based foods. After many hours of trying combinations of various organic ingredients, she was finally satisfied with a great tasting candy.
Samantha developed three flavors: the Honey Lavender and Chocolate Brown Rice both had a soothing effect and the Orange Barley helped my food taste better.
Her extensive training in nutrition and holistic health allowed her to support her body in creating amazing and wonderful recipes using natural and organic foods.
Sam loves helping people discover healthier ways of eating and learning how food can benefit their mind, body and soul. She would love to hear from you and answer any questions, contact her today for your free nutrition consultation.
We have simple philosophy: Take care of your body and your body will take care of you!
From the food you eat to the supplements you take, how much water you drink and the exercise you do it all works together to support your beautiful, hard-working body.
The right food and diet, coupled with exercise can combat almost any disease.
Meet the other chefs that help keep Mettacasa's menu fresh and healthy.
Marissa avidly loves cooking and baking and has since she was a child, particularly baking breads. She went to The Pennsylvania State University where she got a degree in Animal Science because she loves animals, particularly horses, and was on the equestrian team.
Marissa has a SERV safe certification and in college, she also acquired a safe food handler certification and is a licensed bartender. While in college she also took charge of a food program and kitchen. In her spare time, Marissa also enjoys ballroom dancing, reading, gardening, going on hikes and finding fun new recipes to try out and experiment to expand her catalog of offerings.