Spoonful of Nutrition

Do you hope that your partner just thinks that you’re getting distracted by TikTok when you’re on the toilet?

Are you strategically planning your restroom breaks so your coworkers don’t hear you?

Does your stomach feel like balloon about to pop at any moment?

Is your stomach like to gurgle to fill awkward silences?

Step away from complicated food lists. It’s time to make living with food sensitivities simpler.

  • You don’t have to eliminate 30 billion foods all at once.
  • You don’t need to live off of a liquid, shake, or juice diet. 
  • You don’t need to give up your social life because of your special diet.
  • You don’t need to spend your whole weekend meal prepping.

Life can be delicious, even if you’re dairy-free, gluten-free, or both, when you know what to focus on.

Spoonful of Nutrition will simplify the process of finding your food sensitivities. 

Using good science practices and the wisdom of Spoon Theory in your food experiments, you’ll slowly make changes so you know what works and be able to manage your energy well.

I was in delicious denial about my food sensitivities for 5 years, but now I'd never consider going back.

Hello Hello! My name is Michelle Stevens.
I’m a Type 1 Diabetic, multi-certified fitness professional with an MS in Exercise Science, and a compassionate health advisor.
I believe in radical ideas like

  • Food is meant to be enjoyed and makes life worth living.
  • No foods are evil. If your body is happily able to process sugar, dairy, or gluten, I am so happy for you!
  • It’s not your fault if you couldn’t stick to complicated and restrictive food plans in the past. 
  • Changing your food choices is a pretty big deal that brings up lots of stuff. Little wins are big wins!
  • You aren’t broken. You don’t need to be fixed. You are fabulous.

I may not be a Registered Dietician, but I have been eating soy-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free since the summer of 2016. I’ve been living with Type 1 Diabetes and counting carbohydrates since 1992, and know more about nutrition than the average Personal Trainer.

Ready for a simpler approach to nutrition and food sensitivities?

Introducing Spoonful of Nutrition


90 Minute workshop

(in video and audio formats)

Access to The Queens’ Courtyard Facebook Group for continued lifestyle support


You can access all of this for $50.


Spoonful of Nutrition is fueled by The Fit for a Queen Method, including:

  • Loving your body as it is today. Honoring your food sensitivities is not about deprivation or weight loss.
  • Making food choices with fun, curiosity, experimentation, and self-love.
  • Changing things slowly. Adjust your plan when your body or life are not at 100% (due to chronic illness, life transitions, etc)
  • Embracing this as a long-term journey to find the best foods for your body.


“Michelle motivates me to take care of myself in a way that fits my needs, not the traditional narrative of wellness. With her guidance, support, and a little nudge if I need it, I feel more empowered than ever to take charge of my health.” -Meaghan

My workshops are a spoonful amount of information and inspiration to get you started with your lifestyle change or upgrade.

Spoon Theory is at the heart of everything I teach. It started with the chronic pain community for explaining how chronic illness takes more energy just to get through activities of daily life.

I find that is great for so many of us to manage our energy, even without chronic illness. With hormonal cycles, life phases, life changes, and now a pandemic, many people can benefit from adjusting their life based on their energy levels.

You’ll never hear me say “just do it” or “just follow the plan.” Making adjustments is part of life.

No, this doesn’t contain a meal plan. It does list some suggestions of what foods to considering removing from your diet.

Recipes and resources will be added in the future. 

This is a much more flexible approach to the trendy diets like Whole30, Autoimmune Protocol, and Paleo. You don’t need that level of restriction to be successful. 

This is more casual than traditional elimination diet approaches. 

Not everyone needs that level of structure. 

You’ll get rid of the most problematic foods first, so you can notice how and if the less frequently eaten foods are affecting your system. 

If you could only pick one, would you rather lose weight or enjoy the body you’re in? This workshop could help you lose weight over time, if you put this new way of life into practice along with other healthy habits.

I do not guarantee weight loss, nor do I want to. As you’ve probably experienced, lasting weight loss always takes longer than expected or hoped. I’m here to support you in finding a sustainable way of living a healthy life. I will support you in loving the body you have today. I do not believe in changing your food choices to punish or fix your body. I believe in nutrition and fitness that respects your body, that’s pleasurable and fun, and that makes you feel happy to be alive. If that sounds good to you, sign up for this special workshop.

You can watch this workshop on your own time and start experimenting with your nutrition on your own schedule.

You definitely won’t be alone if you need support. I’m just a message away to find the best way to support you.

Right now! The workshop is already available for you to watch.

Send a chat to me with the pink button at the bottom, right-hand corner, of this screen.

You can also send me a message on Instagram or Facebook @MyBodyMyQueen.

Spoonful of Nutrition

90 Minute workshop

(in video and audio formats)

Access to The Queens’ Courtyard Facebook Group for continued lifestyle support

You can access all of this for $50.

This isn’t about following a diet trend, losing weight, or making your life unnecessarily difficult. 

This is permission for you stop eating foods that make you feel lethargic, gassy, or gross, regardless of who made it. 

This is an invitation for you to take care of yourself and feel comfortable in your body.


“Michelle got me to take my health issues more seriously- not in a downer sort of way, but just to be able to really hear what my body wants to tell me.” – Sandra