Candace Stone
As a holistic health coach, I enjoy helping as many people as I can understand how significantly nutrition and lifestyle impacts our overall health and well being.
I work with companies who want to inspire their employees to take control of their health, and one-on-one with those who are ready to embrace positive change and transform their health and their lives.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, preparing delicious healthy food and discovering new adventures with my husband and six-year-old daughter.



We all want to be healthy, right? We want to feel good, have more energy, increased longevity. But sadly, some of the smartest people I know are too busy and stressed to connect how they feel to how they eat and live their lives.

“We have huge health problems in this country and I feel compelled to do what I can to raise health awareness,” said Candace. “I want to help companies create a more health conscious community where their employees actually get excited about improving their health and support their peers to do the same. This not only helps the employees, but their families as well.”

I truly believe it all boils down to education and giving people easy-to-follow tips to get them on the right track. I promote gradual lifestyle changes in the areas of nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress management and mindfulness, and reach larger audiences through health and wellness talks, lunch ‘n learns, peer group sessions and webinars.


Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Candace Stone


Candace received her certification as a holistic health counselor from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. IIN is a progressive, world renown nutrition and wellness school teaching all dietary perspectives by the biggest names in nutrition and wellness, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Walter Willett, Annemarie Colbin, Debbie Ford, Deepak Chopra, Joshua Rosenthal to name a few. Candace is also certified in Integrative Nutrition from Columbia University, Teachers College in NYC, and she is nationally accredited and certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). In addition, she has completed 33 hours toward a master’s in nutrition and dietetics from Texas Woman’s University.

Before beginning a career in nutrition and wellness, Candace was vice president of public relations and marketing for a national advertising agency. Prior to that, she was a broadcast journalist working as a television reporter, anchor and producer. Candace received a B.S. in broadcast journalism from Texas Christian University.

My Philosophy

I offer a unique, holistic (whole body) approach to living your best life. It’s not about deprivation. It’s about fueling your body with what it needs to work optimally and feeling satisfied in the process. I believe that when we eat healthier foods and live a healthier life, it not only impacts us on the deepest level but also creates a ripple effect positively impacting those around us as well.

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Whether I am working with moms and families or people living with cancer, my mission is to help as many people as I can understand how significantly nutrition and lifestyle impacts our overall health, happiness and wellbeing. How we eat and take care of our bodies is the largest determining factor in preventing illness, disease and premature death.

Holistic Approach – It’s not just about food

IINPlate What we eat is only one component of our overall health and wellness. You can eat super healthy, but if you are super stressed, sleep deprived, not exercising or giving yourself “me” time, then you won’t be truly healthy. We have to balance each area of our life that nourishes us on the deepest level.

The Integrative Nutrition Food Plate focuses on the importance of high quality vegetables, fruits, carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats and water as shown in the middle of the diagram. But surrounded by how we eat are the lifestyle factors that create optimal health: Relationships, Career, Physical Activity and Spirituality. Nurturing all of these areas is how we achieve optimal health.