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BareNutrition was born when its founders and sisters, Rachel Crockett, Lauren Zambito, and Jill Zambito had enough of hearing the frustration from clients, friends, and family who seemed constantly confused with what they should be eating to be healthy. Who wouldn't be confused in a world where we are constantly surrounded by conflicting messages; eat low carb high protein, don't eat sugar, dairy is good, dairy is bad, fat makes us fat, fat makes us healthy. People are left not knowing if they should eat paleo, vegan, gluten free, raw-- the options are endless. Not to mention, packaged and processed foods with strange ingredients and advertised "health" claims don't make things easier.

First and foremost, we all need to shift our mindset on the way we think about food.  Food is what gives us nourishment to take on the day and the energy to keep us going.  Food is also medicine; food helps our bodies heal. This is the way we need to think about the food that is going into our bodies.  Contrary to popular belief, the way in which your body functions is not just calories in and calories out.  If you consume 100 calories of fibrous fruits and veggies versus 100 calories of chips, your body will process and react completely different. Think about how you feel after eating something fresh and light versus something packaged and processed. BareNutrition keeps it simple by focusing on eating natural and whole foods. That's it.



Rachel is a certified holistic health coach and wellness fanatic. Rachel has been a health “freak” for as long as she can remember, and in 2014 she was able to make her passion a reality and open Evolve Studio, a boutique fitness studio located in Baton Rouge, LA. She spends her days helping people achieve their very best self by putting emphasis on not only workouts, but also on forming healthy dietary habits. Rachel believes that balance is the key to living and sustaining a healthy holistic life.   She believes in a no nonsense diet of REAL and delicious food, and Rachel’s passion for healthy living is contagious!

Lauren has lived her life surrounding herself in every way possible with her deepest passions: health, fitness, and helping others. She grew up with a natural fascination with science and the human body, which lead her to eventually obtain her Biology degree from the University of Texas in Austin. After much soul searching, Lauren discovered that what truly drove her was helping others and helping them achieve better health, and she could do both of those things by becoming a holistic health coach. Fast forward to the present, where Lauren lives her dream by helping people reach their whole body wellness and nutrition goals. She has a personal mission to demystify the confusion and difficulties that so many people face surrounding nutrition, and make it easy and intuitive. She believes that everything is interconnected and that people’s lives can change by taking a holistic approach to living healthier.

Jill, the youngest of the Bare sisters, has a strong background in human anatomy and physiology with a passion for health and wellness. She is currently enrolled in a doctorate pf physical therapy program at Texas State University, and wishes to combine her love for wellness and the human body in her future practice one day. Jill has been teaching barre classes at Barre3 in Austin for three years now and enjoys challeging her clients to be the best and healthiest version of themselves both in and outside the studio. In addiotion to teaching barre, Jill is involved at leading a wellness program at Texas State where she teaches fitness classes and promotes and creates content related to healthy living to the faculty. Jill believes that routine and preparation are the key to managing your busy life while still exercising and eating right. When it comes to health, Jill says keep it simple and everything in moderation.

Rachel Crockett

Holistic Health Coach

Evolve Studio Owner


Lauren Zambito

B.A. Biology

Holistic Health Coach


Jill Zambito

B.S. Exercise Science

Student of Physical Therapy


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