Hi, I’m Victoria.
I haven’t always been a scientist. But I have always been a writer. I grew up loving poetry and short prose. In college, I snuck into creative writing classes on the dime of my vocal music scholarship. I ultimately graduated with a dual BA in writing and anthropology after the music thing didn’t pan out.
The science side of me emerged when I had dire need of it—I was sick and wanted to figure out why.
Ultimately, science humbled me to the world of what might be.
I fell in love with the pursuit of knowledge, and I’m lucky to have teachers and mentors who encourage critical thinking over dead-set infallibility.
After over a decade of successful nutrition pursuits—clinical practice, product creation, and teaching—I finally realized my two loves equated to the work of science writing and coaching I do today. I hope the passion I have for my work can help you share yours.
Please contact me with any questions.
I can’t wait to hear your idea.
Victoria LaFont makes industry jargon tangible and practical. Her love of science is reflected in a stellar finished product.
Victoria is an up-to-date, rationalist research writer. She bases her work on an exacting and bias-conscious interpretation of the research literature translated into precise content. For over ten years she has reported on and studied evidence-based functional medicine focusing on human nutrition.
Previously, she created and operated a successful clinical practice and formulated and scaled a supplement business—Truly Healthy Protein Powder—from product idea to company sale. She has contributed to Sara Russell, Ph.D., FNTP’s Build, Nurture, Restore offerings, HealthMeans.com, Food Revolution Network, LabSmarts, Age Well Nutrition, and designed and researched a majority of the curriculum presented by the Nutritional Therapy Association. She is also part of the teaching staff for the University of Western States’ Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine master’s program.
She is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Western States with a master’s degree in human nutrition and functional medicine. You can find her at www.victorialafont.com and admiring the cherry blossoms near her home in Boston, Massachusetts.