About Molly Obert

            My name is Molly, I am a wife and mother of two children. I was born and raised in central Ohio until I was 18 and went to college.  During college I tried different dietary “titles” first vegetarianism then low-fat. Which translated to a very sugary diet and a lot of bread (I was often sick and very tired) . After college (I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism)  I taught young children for ten years.  I earned a master’s degree and learned that I love learning. I stopped teaching when my first child was born (I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia) and I stayed at home with both of my children for ten years.

Certified Nutrition Consultant Molly Obert in a white sweater smiles for the camera.

Molly Obert

            I can’t recall a time when I didn’t think about what I was eating, whether healthy or not. Nor have I ever thought I would do anything but teach.  I grew up in the seventies and eighties in a family that believed in whole foods. We never called it that but we had a garden that took half the backyard and grew enough vegetables that in the summer, the grocery budget decreased accordingly. Both of my parents were teachers; my grandpa taught in a one room schoolhouse. So my thought process was always, “When I’m a teacher I’ll….”.

            I’ve always strived to eat better. Even when making HUGE MISTAKES like over-indulging on Twizzlers because they were clearly marked on the label, “A Fat Free Food!”  Or eating a hamburger without the meat; white-bread-bun-only-sometimes-two because that counted as “vegetarian.”

Molly Obert with her husband and their two adult children posing for a picture in the fall, capturing their joy and camaraderie.

Molly with her family

There were two instances in my life that I consider my nutritional milestones.  I met a fantastic naturopath/MD about twenty years ago that really spoke to me and who started me on my own nutritional evolution. I lost a significant amount of weight, thus allowing for a healthy first pregnancy.  During my pregnancy with my second child, I was introduced to raw foods. I was able to significantly alter some concerns my doctor had and proceeded to have another healthy pregnancy.  After my second child was born, I was also able to address my hypothyroidism and fibromyalgia with food and I stopped taking any kind of medicine.

My willing family members and friends have been my guinea pigs for years.  I like the challenges they bring me with weight loss, nutrition, food addiction and confusion over health headlines or what they see on television.  I got my cousin to actually like green smoothies and (she’s done the hard work) literally change her life. 

Plainly, clearly and to the point:  My philosophy is that food can heal you, mentally, physically and emotionally. I would love to help people one-on-one, to turn on that light bulb and give them the power for themselves.

My philosophy is that food can heal you, mentally, physically and emotionally.

A handwritten signature with the word Molly O, representing Molly Obert, a Certified Nutrition Consultant.

Molly Obert - Nutrition consultant, educator, and coach

Molly's Certifications, Degrees, and Experience

With a lifetime dedicated to studying nutrition, I bring together the power of consulting, education, and coaching.

Whether I’m the consultant providing you with the right information, the educator presenting your plan in the way that you learn or the coach understanding the importance of gradual change, I tirelessly seek bridges between your current state and your desired destination.

Nutrition Consultant Program


  • Nutrition Consulting - Over 10 years of experience in nutrition consulting.
  • Eat Real Food Nutrition - Co-owner and nutritionist at Eat Real Food Nutrition.
  • Online Teaching - Online teacher at The Loop Village.
  • Corporate Wellness Presenter - Experience in presenting corporate wellness programs.

Notable Contracts

Molly's Holiday 2023 Nutrition Presentation to The Loop Village

Certified Nutrition Consultant enhances holiday survival and promotes the mind for enjoying the season with Real Food.