Ms. Toni Sicola MA, CWPC

Toni Sicola

Toni Sicola is a wellness professional, holistic nutrition expert, blogger, entrepreneur, and food enthusiast. In addition to running her own business through her blog at cultivatedwellbeing.com, Toni's been in the corporate wellness industry for 5 years, managing a large hospital wellness program. She’s also a founding member of a San Francisco-based wellness tech start up focused on corporate wellness and chronic disease management called Livzo. Toni’s triumph over her own personal health challenges has fueled her passion for helping others achieve optimal health and wellbeing. Her tagline, sowing the seeds of a sweet, rich life, encompasses her mission of spreading holistic health to the masses.
When she’s not working, Sicola is feeding her passions for cooking, gardening, rock climbing, creating, and playing with her dog Dexter. Her favorite places to be outside include the national and regional parks in Northern California, especially Yosemite, and her back yard garden. She loves to find ways to be creative in the kitchen, often using herself and her husband as guinea pigs for her latest ideas.

Sicola’s first eBook was released in the summer of 2015, where she shares her most practical tips for going gluten-free while continuing to live a life filled with delicious, satisfying, and nutritious foods. Her eBook, entitled Nine Easy Steps to Delicious Gluten-Free Living can be found in the Amazon Kindle store.

Sicola’s other eBooks include:
10 Delicious Pumpkin Recipes for Vegan and Vegetarian Foodies
23 Healthy Smoothie Recipes

Visit her blog at http://www.cultivatedwellbeing.com, like her on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/cultivatedwellbeing, follow her on Twitter at @dailywellbeing and on Instagram at @cultivatedwellbeing.

Cultivated Wellbeing
http://cultivatedwellbeing.com/
Articles Toni has Published
Seasonal Affective Disorder – Why am I Sad
Seasonal Affective Disorder – Why am I Sad in the Winter?

Many of us (myself included) struggle to adjust to a loss of day light after we "fall back" into Standard Time for the fall and winter. Leaving work in the dark, getting less time outside in the sun, and »

Many of us (myself included) struggle to adjust to a loss of day light after we "fall back" into Standard Time for the fall and winter. Leaving work in the dark, getting less time outside in the sun, and feeling rushed in the evenings can all contribute to a sense of dreariness this time of year. Also, for me personally — I really hate being cold. But hating being cold isn't enough to make a person..

Ms. Toni Sicola · December 15th, 2016

Ms. Toni Sicola · December 15th, 2016