When my children were born, I was thrilled—until I got a look at my waistline a few months later. Determined to get my pre-pregnancy body back, I embarked on a mission to find a safe, credible and healthy way to lose the stubborn baby weight. I spoke with friends, read the books and tried the workouts. Although there were an overwhelming number of options out there, I found that nobody had yet come up with a credible way to make eating less feel effortless, discreet and luxurious.
I wanted to create a new line of products to make portion control safe, credible and healthy and yet also feel effortless, discreet and luxurious.
So I got to work. I collaborated with leading experts at Harvard and Stanford, leveraged my background in healthcare and drew upon my passion for creative design to create a new line of products to make slimming down safe, credible and healthy and yet also feel effortless, discreet and luxurious.
The result? Slim & Sage, a fusion of credible science and fabulous design to make portion control and healthy eating safe, simple and chic. It’s better eating through design.
Whether you love Slim & Sage purely for everyday use or entertaining, or you rely on the added benefit of portion control, we hope you enjoy!
Through your purchase you are not only showcasing your passion for style and design, but you are helping to combat childhood obesity. With your help, Slim & Sage will donate 2% of profits toward childhood obesity research.
Tatyana has fifteen years of experience in healthcare, having approached the field from five perspectives: entrepreneurship, venture capital, investment research, industry leaders and government. She also has a lifelong passion for beautiful design and healthy eating.
Tatyana earned an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School, a B.S. with honors from Carnegie Mellon University and has studied art at the International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture in Italy. She has lived in four countries.
Margaret is the co-director of the Institute of Coaching at Boston’s McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.