Whether you’re vegan for your health, the animals, or the environment, a dietitian can help
Hello! I am a registered dietitian based in Dallas, Texas with a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Metabolism. I’ve been vegan since 2014 and have picked up many helpful tips and tricks along the way!
While I was initially drawn to a vegan diet for its health benefits, I have also come to love the benefits it has for animal welfare and the environment. Whether you’ve been vegan for a while or are just now considering the transition, I would love to help you meet your health and nutrition goals!
I help people make sustainable lifestyle changes that are personalized to their specific needs, rather than offering cookie-cutter meal plans or basing my recommendations solely on calorie counting.
My approach is to help you include as many whole plant-based foods as possible while also taking your budgetary and time constraints and nutrition goals into consideration. I focus on food first, and recommend supplements only when necessary.
Registered Dietitians are nutrition experts. Dietitians must complete coursework in biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, physiology, biochemistry, and metabolism, complete a 1200+ hour supervised internship in multiple areas of concentration in dietetics, pass a national registration exam, and complete 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years.
I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition & Dietetics from the University of Texas at Austin and completed my dietetic internship and Master's Degree in Nutrition & Metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch.