Mission

 

Our mission is to empower our clients to do more of what they love and do it better by working with them to transform the science of nutrition into delicious foods and individualized strategies that meet their personalized health and performance goals. 

A better process for better results

Our individualized approach begins with getting to know you and your goals. In order to get you where you want to go, it’s crucial to understand where you’re starting – your diet, your preferences, your training and activity, your lifestyle, your idea of success, and so much more. 

We work with you to develop a clear plan to achieve results. This means educating you on the science of nutrition as we go and transforming that science into foods, meals, and strategies that will work for you. And this means prioritizing your limiting factors to success so that you can cut through the chaos that is the nutrition world and focus on the improvements and short-term goals that will breed results. 

You may need just the single introductory consult (~60-80 minutes) or choose to work with us over time so that we can collaborate to confront new challenges, problem-solve, and continue integrating various strategies to guide you to success.

Susan Lewis MS, CN

Susan is a Certified Nutritionist through the Washington State Department of Health. She received her Master of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University and completed her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry/Cell Biology at the University of California, San Diego. While completing her degree, she performed and had research published in neuroscience and brain development.

 

In addition to establishing and working at ViTL, Susan has also developed and led group weight loss classes for chronic disease patients, written nutrition columns for national publications, created recipes, and developed nutrition content for the WNBA Seattle Storm’s “Take Your Health By Storm" campaign.

 

In her spare time, Susan enjoys powerlifting (2017 USAPL WA State 72kg Champion!), yoga, tennis, and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.

 

 

Scott Littlefield MS, CN, CISSN

Scott is a Certified Nutritionist through the Washington State Department of Health and a Certified Sports Nutritionist by the International Society of Sports Nutrition. He completed his Master of Science in Nutrition at Bastyr University, where he also helped teach first-year graduate students, and researched rehabilitation nutrition as well as the role genetics plays in health and disease. Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry/Cell Biology from the University of California, San Diego. In his time there, he worked in pharmaceutical drug development and also worked as a first-responder for the university police department.

 

When Scott is off the clock, he is busy managing Susan's snack game at all of her powerlifting meets! Hah, he also competes in the professional long drive association and is working on getting his best ball in competition (420 yards) up into the 440's to meet his best mile time (4:46) and deadlift (445).