As a certified renal nutritionist, Janine has been helping people reach their health goals for over a decade. In that time, she's learned that although every person has unique dietary needs and preferences, they all want to feel amazing. That's why she tailors her approach to each individual client, using a combination of evidence-based scientific research, intuitively-driven holistic practices, and personal experience.
Lauren graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Nutritional Sciences and then earned her RD from the University of Texas at Austin. She has worked as a registered dietitian at various medical centers in Phoenix, Arizona, including the Mayo Clinic. She believes that when you have a strong mind and body, anything is possible!
Meghan Perkins is a renal nutritionist who uses data and compassion to help people achieve their goals. She believes that to achieve our best selves, we need to understand what works and what doesn't—and then use that knowledge to get where we want to be.
A registered dietitian nutritionist with a passion for adventure, Rachel Coury loves helping people feel their best in the outdoors. She's an avid hiker, cyclist, and runner. With over 10 years of experience, her expertise as a renal nutritionist is backed by a blend of mindfulness and hard science.
Stacey Simon is a certified renal nutritionist, author, and all-around registered dietitian who loves helping people get their nutrition on track. She's been featured in several publications, including Shape magazine, Prevention magazine, and Women's Health. She has an MBA from NYU and a B.S. in nutrition from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Renal nutritionists are experts in diet and nutrition specifically for individuals who are suffering from kidney disease. Any individual who has been diagnosed with an acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease (also called CKD), kidney stones, or polycystic kidney disease can find tremendous benefit from consulting with a renal nutritionist. Those undergoing dialysis or a kidney transplant should be followed by a renal dietitian. As a key member of your care team, renal nutritionists coordinate with members of your support system and medical team to ensure that you are consistently on top of your health. Abiding by your renal nutritionist's food, fluid, and nutrition plan is crucial in promoting kidney health.Work With A Renal Nutritionist
Regardless of what type of kidney condition you’ve been diagnosed with, your dietitian will create a customized, specific plan of care to best support your kidney health.Your dietitian will take the time to learn more about your kidney diagnosis, your other medical conditions, your recent blood work, and what matters most to you. Your dietitian will help you to better understand how nutrition can impact your kidney health and will make a specific plan of care to not only ensure you’re getting everything your kidneys need but to make sure you understand every dietary adjustment. Your dietitian will help answer your nutrition questions and ensure that you feel confident in how you fuel your body to support your kidney health.
If you have kidney disease, the importance of working with a renal nutritionist is paramount. Here are some of the few benefits that come with working with one of these experts.
One of the quickest ways to find a renal nutritionist near you is to ask for recommendations from your current healthcare providers. Your general practitioner may know of a credible specialist that they can connect you with that will suit your interests. Better yet, this nutritionist may even be covered by your insurance.
If you are thorough with your research, qualified renal nutritionists can also be found online. Individuals can use the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) or other reliable nutritionist portals like Top Nutrition Coaching as resources.
Finding the right nutritionist for you can be stressful, overwhelming, and time-consuming. That’s where we come in. To get started with your nutritionist search, all you need to do is fill out a short survey and provide us with basic information about yourself and your nutrition goals, we will do the heavy lifting of finding the perfect nutritionist for you.
Trying to live a balanced lifestyle can be difficult, but it can have a great impact on us as individuals, as well as the world around us. Living a well-balanced life includes what we put into our bodies, how active we are physically, as well as the products we purchase and use—from beauty products to water bottles.
At Top Nutrition Coaching, we want to recognize the importance of a balanced lifestyle in every aspect. It’s not easy to exert energy and give time to all of the things we should do to be healthy, and we want to recognize someone who goes above and beyond to have a positive impact on themselves and the world around them.