amped – adjective \ˈampt\

Definition of amped
informal: filled with energetic excitement and enthusiasm :  amped-up

Next level ancestral nutrition…

Hi. I’m Adrienne Michelle Percy, the creator of Naturally Amped. I *adore* supporting highly motivated people like you. I’m here because I believe food and movement can be a powerful catalyst for change. Both can empower you to live your life purpose. To look and feel better. To think more clearly. To have more energy.


The Naturally Amped Good Food Box

100% completely individualized nutrition that helps you crush your goals…

What if, each month you received a box, chock-full of all the nutritional goodness you need to take your health to the next level?  All of that stuff you might to be able to make for yourself but do not. Because of life..and time. 

If you are looking to eat in a way that promotes:

  • Focus and clarity
  • Gut healing…

What people are saying…


    “Adrienne does a stellar job of connecting the wisdom of traditional health food techniques with the day-to-day realities of modern family life. She is often praised for her depth of knowledge and hands-on approach, which reflect her personal commitment to the techniques shared in class. I highly recommend her courses for an in-depth learning experience.”


    ~ Dave Hanson, Founder, Sage Garden Herbs


    “Reading about ‘what’ and ‘how’ to do things has worked for me (for some things), but for other things seemed intimidating… This class was the perfect solution – I could hear it, read it and DO IT! Adrienne’s classes have solidified my knowledge and skills. I’ve gone back into my own kitchen and incorporated them with ease!”

    ~ Danielle Nykoluk


    “Adrienne has found a way to bring traditional wisdom into my busy and hectic lifestyle. This class was fun, educational and showed me just how easy it is to implement these new skills into my own kitchen. It has also helped me find affordable ways to take care of my family. Our health has improved from introducing cultured foods into our daily diet, and I am so thankful for all of my new-found knowledge.”

    ~ Ashley Pharazyn, Health Coach, Winnipeg