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MS RD CSSD

@hungryforresults

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Board certified sports dietitian, pro athlete, freelance nutrition writer, published author, social content developer & personal chef.

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I don’t typically get vulnerable or talk much about my past eating/ health struggles. I feel like my issues are NBD and not worth talking about… mostly because I don’t feel like I struggle anymore. But that’s probably why I should share more, to say that my past issue might be your past or current issue, and its okay, IT IS OKAY!! because I got through it and so can you.

So in this post, I go a little deeper and tell you about my past & current relationship with food, and what helped to change it for the positive.


I’ve always been athletic, but it wasn’t until I defined myself as an athlete and connected my eating habits to my performance that I developed a healthy relationship with food. I’m sharing the basics of my story in hopes it helps others shift the way they look at food — and what it can do for your health, well-being and performance.



Week of Training

Week of Training

BKFT Guide

BKFT Guide

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