Mama G putting the science of evidence-based nutrition on your plate. To achieve and sustain your weight goal, and improve your quality of life.

Mama G putting the science of evidence -based nutrition on your plate. To achieve and sustain your weight goal, and improve your quality of life.

Mama G webinar

Watch this powerful webinar to learn what makes Mama G tick and why she lives to help others with Mama G’s Lifestyle.

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About Mama G


Gina Cousineau, aka Mama G, has been a fitness professional for over 35 years. Married for 39 years, she and her husband Mark are blessed with four children along with two grandchildren, Olivia, and Kellen, and reside in San Clemente, California. With her AA in Culinary Arts and bachelor’s degree in dietetics, she started her career as a chef’s apprentice with the Hilton Corporation. As a young mother, she opened a prenatal/postpartum fitness program. From there she became a group exercise instructor and personal trainer, moving into management, always using her education in nutrition, and love of food and exercise, to affect change in her clients. Her Master of Science degree in Integrative and Functional Nutrition, as an empty nester, along with her extensive experience working with clients for over 30 years, allows her to customize a lifestyle plan that empowers each one to flourish in their very busy and diverse lives.

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In this day and age, when people are obsessed with “weight loss”, and have little time to commit to cooking, her job is most challenging. Her mantra is to “cook once and enjoy more than twice”. That paired with a simple and easy game plan and more than 200 recipes available on her virtual recipe library of all cultures and themes, helps get clients into the kitchen using real, wholesome food to not only hit and maintain their weight goals but significantly improve their health.

At sixty years of age, Gina practices what she preaches and preaches what she practices, understanding the value of using “food as medicine” paired with a little calculated exercise in one’s daily life, but also the importance of “preventative care screening” and having a medical provider that believes in shared decision making. Because so many lifestyle diseases today are both increasing our disability and shortening our longevity, in order for individuals to have a sustainable lifestyle shift, there are many facets that go into a successful approach, including interactive nutrition education AND a practical approach to putting science and evidence-based nutrition on one’s plate.