Specialist in Autoimmune & Inflammatory Disorders
Living with an autoimmune or inflammatory condition is challenging. The constant pain, fatigue, memory loss, headaches, depression, and overwhelming feeling that there is no way to feel better can be devastating. Or maybe you feel like you are living at your doctor’s office, constantly getting labs drawn and tweaking medication with no positive outcome in sight.
Let me tell you, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Many doctors are not aware that simple changes to your diet and lifestyle can make an enormous impact on your life. I experienced this in my own journey with autoimmune disease, and it took years of managing pain before I took matters into my own hands. Let’s work together to manage your autoimmune disease symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Getting Started with a Nutritionist is Simple
Knowledgeable, Supportive, & Realistic
Book a Free Consult
Book a 15-minute discovery call to learn more about how I can help you manage your autoimmune condition through nutrition therapy.
Set up an appointment
Once we know we’re a good match, let’s set up a time to start managing your autoimmune symptoms together and build out a functional nutrition plan that works for you!
Find empowerment in your health by improving your mobility, concentration, energy, and overall wellness. Support your immune system via nutrition planning and guidance by an autoimmune expert!
–Kiki c. Of Redwood City, CA
–Anetta M. of Redwood City, Ca
–Kari C. of Palo Alto, Ca
–Anne S. of San Mateo, CA
Tips and Tricks from the Nutrition Blog
Inflammation tends to be a buzz word these days, and rightfully so. It is the root cause of so many preventable diseases. However, this concept is really complicated and confusing. So I'm breaking down the basics of inflammation, how it is related to autoimmune...
Exercise intolerance is a thing. It seems crazy that your body may react adversely to exercise. But it can happen, and it is common within the autoimmune community. We all know that movement is really important to reduce inflammation. However, exercise intolerance can...
Did you know that exercise can actually reduce inflammation? Moving your body every day is a great way to feel better and improve your mood. In addition to those benefits, you can combat chronic inflammation with exercise. However, too much of a good thing can be...
Join my Autoimmune Tribe!
Subscribe to get my weekly newsletter, additional content, and promotional offers from The Autoimmune Dietitian right to your inbox.