Weight Neutral Diabetes Care Professionals and Dietitians
Meet eleven weight neutral diabetes professionals who can help you focus on self-care vs. self-sacrifice to manage your blood sugars.
Meet RanDee Anshutz, RDN, LD, LMT. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Licensed Massage Therapist and founder/owner of Synergy Health and Wellness. This nutrition practice focuses on the whole person, offering nutrition, massage, and diabetes care specializing in promoting Health at Every Size® (HAES) and supporting body trust.
Meet McKenzie Caldwell, MPH, RDN who is a Registered Dietitian RDN who, while obtaining her graduate degree, discovered Health at Every Size® — an approach to health that is weight inclusive and radically opposes diet culture. It recognizes that weight-loss diets simply don’t work and that all people in all bodies deserve respect and quality medical care. She paired this view of health with Intuitive Eating, a tool developed by registered dietitians to help clients balance their eating and truly enjoy all the foods they eat by tuning into their inner signals. McKenzie explains that focus on diabetes also includes gestational diabetes.
Meet Billie Karel, MPH, RD, LDN, CDCES, who is a HAES®-aligned Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. She is offering Mindful Diabetes Self-Management:
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Meet Trish Lieberman, MS, LDN, CEDRD, CDCES who is passionate in helping those with diabetes and disordered eating heal their relationship with food and body through intuitive eating and a weight-neutral approach.
Meet Lisa Lombardini, MS, RD, LDN who uses Intuitive Eating to help bring compassion and freedom back to your relationships with food. She uses a weight-neutral, Health at Every Size® approach. “By taking the focus away from weight, we can work together to help you meet your goals and focus on making sustainable changes for life.”
Meet Ashely Munro, RDN, LDN, CDCES who is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, who weaves these concepts in both her practice and her life. Through teaching intuitive eating, she can help you manage your blood sugar and discover a different way of thinking; a ‘shift in mindset’ about eating and nutrition.
Meet Kim Murachver, MS, RD, LDN, CDE who is the founder and owner of Greene Nutrition. She is a registered dietitian/nutritionist, certified diabetes educator, and certified intuitive eating counselor. She explains that many people are quick to assign labels to foods as being “good” or “bad,” rather than looking at the big picture of eating patterns over time and our behaviors around food.
Meet Nicole Myers, RDN, CDCES, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist who is a part of a virtual private practice. Nicole has a special interest in women’s health and gestational diabetes. Nicole believes in a weight-neutral approach to diabetes care and enjoys guiding people through their journey with Intuitive Eating.
Meet Lauren Newman, RDN, who is interested in improving your relationship with diabetes management. She firmly believes that a healthy relationship with food and our bodies is better than any food could ever be. Her mission is to empower individuals with diabetes to make peace with food so they can live their best lives.
Meet Kylee Pedrosa, MS, RDN, LDN, CDCES, a Registered Dietitian and Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and parent of a child with type 1 diabetes. Kylee explains, “Most people know what to do to manage their diabetes — but not everyone knows how to do it. You may feel frustrated, guilty, and overwhelmed when the numbers on the scale and your A1C don’t change. The problem may not be with you, but with the one-size-fits all approach to diet, exercise, and blood sugar management.”
Meet Erin Phillips, RDN, CDESE, who is a Registered Dietitian, nutrition therapist, and diabetes specialist. She enjoys helping clients make peace with food and their bodies. “If you’ve been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes or Prediabetes, you might be feeling overwhelmed and unsure about what to eat in order to best care for your body. While most diabetes information is focused on weight loss and restrictive diets, my non-diet, weight-neutral approach will help you make sense of blood sugar and food while helping you make peace with your body.”
Meet Maddy White, RDN, who is an associate dietitian at Nutrition Instincts. She explains that “Good blood sugar management does not require you to give up carbs, stop eating your favorite foods, or go hungry. In fact, tuning into and honoring your body’s cues and needs can actually reduce stress and improve your blood sugar.”