Posted on October 29 2021
Cuban-American Cristie Besu started baking Eat Me Guilt Free treats straight from her very own kitchen in 2013 while working as a registered nurse and certified sports nutritionist. What began as a passion project soon turned into a small business for the mom-of-three, as she discovered the importance and satisfaction protein-packed and better-for-you foods provided to others.
Eat Me Guilt Free was created to fill a void for Besu’s original customers. She worked closely with clients to craft nutrition programs, helping them with everything from disease management to improving labs, to just being able to move and feel better about themselves. Eat Me Guilt Free has worked hard to help consumers feel less restricted and more open to being able to enjoy the everyday foods they love, without sacrificing taste. Eat Me Guilt Free’s consumer base continues to consistently broaden — from athletes to bariatric patients to everyday consumers who are conscious about what they put into their bodies — for a range of reasons beyond external appearance.