Catalina’s 6-plus years as a Registered Dietitian begins with her Master’s degree in the Scienceof Human and Clinical Nutrition, laying a robust, knowledge-based foundation. She specializes in English and Spanish-speaking chronic illness clients, providing advice and answers that help manage chronic diseases, even preventing them before they start.
With her Master's degree in Dietetics, Nutrition, and Exercise Physiology and a Bachelor's in Exercise Physiology, Crystal Scott has honed her talents as an online nutritionist over the past fourteen years. Combining a broad range of experience across sports nutrition, post- and prenatal nutrition, diabetes care, and GI disorder recovery, Crystal incorporates her diverse expertise to provide targeted, effective results.
Managing her gut health in the face of celiac disease and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) diagnoses, Danielle’s GI-related specialization is deeply personal. Beyond her own health conditions, Danielle completed a Dietetic Internship and is training in Nutrition for SIBO. Also, she’s worked for 6-plus years in the SIBO/IBS space.
As a Registered Dietitian, Jordan’s worked with clients suffering from gastrointestinal problems for 3-plus years. She earned her Master's in Clinical Dietetics from Oregon Health & Science University. Moreover, Jordan is trained by Monash University in the use of a low FODMAP diet for IBS, further speaking to her gut health expertise.
Having spent 20-plus years as a Registered Dietitian providing counseling to clients, Karin employs a balanced approach to nutrition illustrated by her academic accreditations. Her Psychology Undergraduate Degree from Villanova conveys her focus on mental health. Then, Karin’s Master’s Degree in Nutrition Education from Immaculata University reflects her understanding of nutrition’s effect on the body.
Of Katie’s 10-plus years as a Registered Dietitian, over 8 include her time helping clients with gastrointestinal issues. Katie earned her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition and is working toward her Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner Credential. Also, she’s spent her career learning from world-renowned doctors at the Cleveland Clinic.
With over a dozen years of nutrition counseling experience as a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Laura’s spent just as much time helping clients with gastrointestinal issues. She earned her Master of Science from the University of California in Nutritional Biology and focuses on preventing chronic disease prevention, including conditions impacting gut health.
Lindsey’s 12-plus years as a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist came after her time at Middle Tennessee State University. While there, she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Nutrition and Dietetics. Lindsey has specialized in counseling clients focused on their gut health throughout her career (spent at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital).
A Master of Public Health in Nutrition, Liz’s time as a Registered Dietitian-Nutrition spans 8-plus years. Liz has spent 4 of those nearly 9 years specializing in gut health, also completing Low FODMAP training through Monash University. Additionally, Liz completed her Dietetic Internship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
On top of 10 years spent counseling clients for gastrointestinal issues, Manju is a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She’s also earned her Master of Science in Nutrition from the University of Kentucky. Manju is also a Certified LEAP Therapist in Food Sensitivities, including sensitivities that adversely impact gut health.
With 5-plus years of counseling experience as a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Megan specializes in working with people suffering from chronic gut health issues. She earned her Master of Science in Clinical Dietetics from Grand Valley State. Megan approaches GI health by healing the gut-brain axis, helping with IBS, chronic bloating, and the ill effects of yo-yo diets.
Michelle’s accreditations include a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Dietetics and a successful Dietetic Internship at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center. Furthermore, Michelle is an expert in providing specialized guidance for many nutritional needs, such as gut health, as demonstrated by her 3-plus years in gastric bypass.
Gastrointestinal issues have been Tami’s primary focus for over 5 of her past 15-plus years as a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist. Board-certified by the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy and with a Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, Tami is a gut health expert. She also completed a Dietetic Internship at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
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A gut health nutritionist helps you manage gastrointestinal challenges, whether it's a chronic disease or food intolerance. At Top Nutrition Coaching, our gut health dietitians can help you better understand your body and its cues, find natural ways to manage your health and understand the science behind your gut.
Nutrition counseling helps you develop a safe, actionable diet plan to address your concerns. During your weekly or bi-weekly sessions, your nutritionist will work with you to identify what worked and what didn't. Then, you adjust your nutrition plan to support your body's needs.
Gut health nutritionists address concerns and general questions about your gastrointestinal system. Though many nutrition providers market one-size-fits-all services, Top Nutrition Coaching specialists understand that gut health is unique for everyone.
Our gut specialists consider your current health, symptoms, lifestyle, motivation, mindset, and stress levels to find the best nutrition plan to address your concerns.
Working with a gut health nutritionist may include:
Identifying foods that trigger gas, constipation, and digestive problems
Incorporating movement and exercise into your daily routine to support healthy gut bacteria
Education about the foods that worsen the harmful bacteria living in your gut microbiome
Creating accessible weight loss plans
Because gastrointestinal concerns can be incredibly different from person to person, a gut
health nutritionist provides personalized techniques and tips to address your health concerns. Your weekly or bi-weekly sessions allow you to reflect on your progress and adjust your plan for the coming weeks.
A personal nutritionist can help you better understand your body's cues and how to manage your health. Here is a closer look at some of the benefits of working with a gut health nutritionist.
With so many purported experts in the nutrition field, it can be hard to decide on the right specialist for you. Here's what to look for when selecting a gut health dietitian.
Top Nutrition Coaching takes the guesswork out of gut health nutrition by pairing you with the best dietitian for your needs. That's why we created a highly personalized consultation process to help us better understand your challenges, motivation, and goals so that you work with the best gut health dietitian for you. We aim to empower you to discover a sustainable plan for managing your gut health at every stage of life.
Start your search for a gut health nutritionist by deciding whether you want in-person or virtual care. No matter your preference, Top Nutrition Coaching is the easiest way to find a gut health nutritionist with the right expertise for your situation. The Top Nutrition Coaching network includes well-vetted professionals worldwide who provide best-in-class nutrition coaching.
Our deeply personalized consultation process enables us to match you with a network dietitian. If you're not satisfied with your assigned nutritionist, our team will work with you to find another expert to work with.