Ashley Hawk is a TV Nutritionist and healthy eating coach from Los Angeles, California. A Certified Nutritionist with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science, she’s laser focused on educating families on the importance of properly feeding everyone in the household, including the family pet.
As a busy new mom who like most of us is working from home, Ashley knows how difficult it can be to eat healthy. So, she created a series of plant based recipes consisting of five healthy ingredients under just five dollars. Some of her original easy to make recipes include Pumpkin Macaroni and Cheese, Tomato Basil Gazpacho, Blueberry Banana Oat Bread and a Protein Packed Chocolate Smoothie.
CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST & HEALTHY EATING COACH
In an ever-changing world driven by social media, Ashley’s on top of foodie trends ranging from the cauliflower diet to the celery juice cleanse and is a sought after guest on countless talk and news shows weighing in on the healthy food movement. She’s appeared on Amazon Live, California Live,Your California Life, FOX40 News in Sacramento, Great Day Fresno, Las Vegas Now, Good Day Sacramento and Tucson Morning Blend. She’s also a go-to nutritionist and wellness expert in print and was featured in Parade totalbeauty, Howstuffworks.
Some of her self-styled TV tabletop segments include Nutrition for Pregnancy, Pandemic Work from Home Healthy Snacking, Three Easy Tips to Stay Hydrated, Five Immune Boosting Foods and No Problem Healthy Desserts.
A marathon runner and in top physical shape, Ashley’s also been a runway, fitness and commercial model for ten years. She’s worked with such major companies as Mercedes Benz USA Luxury Cars, Marriott Hotels, the National Football League, Nordstrom’s and Macy’s.
Passionate about philanthropy and giving back to her community, Ashley launched Chomp Out Cancer, a program that partners with food banks to promote nutrition education for disease prevention. She also works with various non-profit organizations including Teen Cancer America, The Susan G. Komen Foundation, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.