Get Smart: Intellectual Nutrition

By Liz Petoniak | March 01, 2014
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Inspired by the lack of healthy prepared food options for takeout, Lisa Silberg, a culinary grad from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, was inspired to find a way to provide Pittsburgh with healthier food options. We see a healthier forecast with the 2014 launch of Silberg’s company, Intellectual Nutrition, which helps Pittsburgh businesses to make healthier choices for their employees and customers by providing nutritious boxed lunches, and wholesale and catering options.

Silberg, who holds a Health Coaching Certificate from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, also offers cooking classes and personal chef and consultation services.

With the goal of helping others develop lifelong, healthy eating habits, Silberg prepares fresh, wholesome prepackaged snacks and meals, such as almond butter trail mix “bytes,” cauliflower couscous, and raw kale salads with peanut butter vinaigrette, as a way to help those who want to help themselves.

You can find goods from Intellectual Nutrition at Embody Natural Health in Lawrenceville and Three Little Birds Café & Juice Bar in Glenshaw. Says Silberg, “This is an avenue for me to contribute to Pittsburghers’ lives in a positive way. Our city seems to take care of one another. This is my way to take care of Pittsburgh!”

Try out one of Silberg’s healthy and delicious recipes for yourself, here.

Intellectual Nutrition, 412.841.4185. intellectualnutrition.net.

Article from Edible Allegheny at http://edibleallegheny.ediblecommunities.com/eat/get-smart-intellectual-nutrition
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