Amanda Claxton

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

About me

Are you confused, frustrated, and overwhelmed with what to eat?

As a registered dietitian nutritionist for over 15 years, I’ve talked with thousands of people about food and nutrition. I know people really struggle with eating. I’ve lived and worked in Illinois, Oregon, and Mississippi. I’ve worked with pregnant women, parents of small children, people with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. One of the common problems among all the people I’ve worked with is that it’s hard to change eating habits.

It doesn’t have to be SO hard.

I can help you figure out how to make it easier. I have Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in nutrition. I know the facts about food. I’m an expert in nutrition. You are an expert on you. From working with so many people over the years, I know everyone has their own unique quirks when it comes to food. We can work as partners to create real, lasting change to improve your health.

My approach

I offer realistic possibilities and help YOU figure out how to personalize it to YOUR preferences. I don’t make you a meal plan or tell you exactly what to eat. You tried those things in the past. You know they don’t work for long. The best approach is to make small, gradual changes that work for you. I can help you figure it all out through my collaborative nutrition coaching program.

I love working with people like you.  The suggestions I offer make it easier for people to improve their eating. I enjoy teaching people new ways of looking at things and hearing them say, “I never thought of it like that.”

Suddenly changes that seemed so hard before are actually doable. The people I work with feel like they really know what to eat and why. They know they can include all foods. Instead of feeling restricted, people I work with see lots of options available to them and they find ways to eat better that really work for them.

Interested in Collaborative Nutrition Coaching?

Let’s see if we are a good fit to work together. 

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