Anisha left her career as a Computer Engineer at Compaq/Hewlett Packard and decided to follow her passion for helping people, cooking, food, photography and nutrition, and created Heartful Earth Cuisine.

As a Personal Wellness Chef, Anisha strives to inspire and empower people to promote their health and wellness with food. She creates, cooks and teaches nutritious recipes and meals in your home. Her goal is to bring back the power to reach your wellness goals back into your hands with food as medicine in your own kitchen. Anisha believes that nutritious food can help us stay healthy and can also help us heal and recover. By working with individuals and families on their health goals, she incorporates key nutrients and ingredients in her custom recipes, workshops and menus for each client and family to focus on their individual health needs.

Anisha Anand studied Nutrition for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at UCSF, completed the Nutritional Leadership program with Dr. Joshua Axe as well as the Culinary Rx program with Rouxbe cooking school in partnership with the Plantrician project. She is also a member of the United States Personal Chef Association (www.uspca.com)

Anisha’s writing and recipe creations have been featured in The Bay Area Health and Wellness magazine of Houston, the Holistic Houston magazine, as well various by health coaches on their websites, blogs and health transformation programs. She was interviewed by Cleverly Stone on her radio show on CBS Radio Houston and was a featured on the Chefs Coast to Coast show with an interview with Lauren Ignited. Anisha has also had two appearances on the KYND AM 1520 Radio Today’s Health Network. More recently Anisha’s recipes, writing and food photography have been featured in the Edible Houston Magazine. Anisha has also been nominated as a finalist for the 2017 Edible Houston Local Hero Awards in the Chef and Food writer category. Please visit the press page and reviews page for more.

Anisha’s idea of downtime is cooking, recipe creation, walking outdoors, yoga, reading and learning, and exploring cuisines, cultures and history while traveling.

About Heartful Earth Cuisine:

Heartful Earth Cuisine offers in home personal chef services with customized meal plans and a variety of personalized cooking workshops with a focus on wellness, nutritious cooking, fermentation and gut health. In home chef services also include learn to cook parties, special family dinners, recipe creation and consulting and free introduction to essential oils with focus on wellness and cooking with essential oils.


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  1. Are you able to provide daily personal chef home-cooked meals that cater to the special health needs of my parents, are delicious and ethnically diverse, and evolve over time as needed? We can provide specific dietary guidelines, but to mention some relevant parameters: my mother is on chemotherapy at the moment so needs to eat a fair amount of protein (soy is especially good) while also taking special care to avoid germs / raw foods unless peeled / reheated foods. She also sometimes has trouble with digestion so especially appreciates smoothies and soups. My father would like to lose weight but is a picky gourmet, so is seeking lower calorie but delicious food. They especially like global foods, so a mix of western and Asian especially. They live in 77042 and have a large kitchen with good space for a personal chef to operate. We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible. Thanks!

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