Hey, I'm Kristin, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and RRCA Certified Running Coach in the Dallas, TX area. I’m on a mission to help runners and triathletes achieve confidence in their training nutrition without the frustration of falling short or missing opportunities to perform to their potential. When I first started running, I thought I was doing the right thing by cutting out food groups and "eating clean". I took pride in how little I could eat and still get by.
Now that I'm a dietitian, I can't help but shake my head when I think about those days! Whether you're an Olympian or a first-time marathoner, food is a critical and often overlooked component of training as an athlete. It's not the enemy! I teach my clients how to enjoy the foods they love without sacrificing performance goals - because while food is fuel, it also represents connection, nourishment, and joy. You won't find restrictive diets, pricey supplements or boring meal plans here!
I love seeing clients crush their PRs without deprivation or restriction. As a fellow runner, I know what Mile 26 of a marathon feels like, what it's like to chase big goals, and how confusing it can be to figure out how to fuel the right way.
I work with runners and triathletes on developing a solid nutritional foundation for training and fueling yourself the right way, while allowing for flexibility and fun. I help individuals struggling with disordered eating habits learn to nourish themselves properly and love food again, and I work with active women who are missing a period to recover their health and hormonal function.
I completed my Master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Texas at Southwestern Medical Center. I have worked with a variety of individuals with underlying health conditions as well as in eating disorder recovery, and I use my clinical knowledge to provide evidence-based recommendations that work for each individual client. I also received my Level 1 RRCA Coaching certification in 2021 to provide additional insight to clients wanting to learn more about how their training and nutrition go hand-in-hand.
In addition to running, you can find me exploring the great outdoors, planning my next travel adventure, trying out a new recipe, or watching football with my husband and and our cats.