Carrying on the nickname of “Bunny” since childhood, Katie calls herself One Hungry Bunny on a mission to offer carrots for thoughts, one client at a time. Her newly strengthened nutritional counseling services are recommended for anyone tired of yo-yo dieting or fad meal plans.
More details can be found at http://onehungrybunny.com
The goal of the updated coaching is not to “tell” people what to eat, which Katie says is a highly restrictive form of counseling, but to change the way they view food. This way, individuals are empowered to choose products that are best for their bodies because they understand the whys and wherefores of proper nutrition.
Several studies suggest that despite ample food supply, around half of the American population do not follow a nutrition-based diet. Instead, people ingest foods filled with simple sugars and unhealthy fats that contribute to the rising number of obesity cases.
Experts note that this has a snowball effect, as the excess weight has been proven to be the leading cause of other chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes. These conditions which cost the industry billions of dollars each year could be prevented, they say, with proper diet and exercise.
Katie recognizes these facts and uses her own personal experience as a mom, wife, and nutritionist to help other people achieve their health goals. She explains that she is hesitant to use the term “diet” because of its implied restrictive nature. Rather, she focuses on building a healthy relationship with food that goes beyond counting calories and allows people to eat delicious and healthy meals.
As a registered dietician with almost five years of experience in the inpatient clinical setting, the self-proclaimed One Hungry Bunny enjoys providing nutrition services and diet education to the general public.
She is based in Boulder, CO, but offers virtual consultations to be more accessible to anyone around the country.
Katie says, “Whether in an outpatient setting or with health companies, as a registered dietitian, my goal is to continue promoting nutrition with sound science.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://onehungrybunny.com
One Hungry Bunny
One Hungry Bunny
#1054 1601 29th St. Suite 1292
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