RDN, LD, CLT
RDN, LD, CLT
Taylor is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified LEAP therapist.
Taylor empowers her clients with timeless truths about how the human body was designed to process and utilize nutrients. She uses a functional, whole-body approach by combining nutrition, comprehensive testing and supplements to help her clients feel their best.
80 min New Client Intake: $215
50 min Follow-up: $145
30 min Follow-up: $80
15 min Follow-up: $40
Degrees, Certifications, Training
Taylor earned her Bachelor’s in Nutritional Science from Texas A&M University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She completed her dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center, known for its rigorous curriculum and medical nutrition therapy focus, then gained experience working as an outpatient dietitian at the Tom Landry Center.
Taylor is a certified LEAP therapist, trained in food sensitivities to produce individualized anti-inflammatory diets.
Taylor never stops learning about the power of nutrition in the context of functional medicine. She is an active member of the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine practice group and strives to learn from the best in the field as new and exciting knowledge is uncovered.
She does everything she can to support her clients well – she takes the time to listen and understand her clients’ issues and obstacles, and she can provide recipes, food product recommendations and meal plans to make diet changes enjoyable.
“Food is the foundation upon which healing rests. All other healing modalities are useless if we’re not feeding our cells real, nourishing food.”
*NOTE: This provider can provide codes to file with insurance.
MY PERSONAL STORY
My personal success battling health issues allows me to empathize and provide my clients with the support they need. I spent years bouncing around from doctor to doctor trying to find answers to my autoimmune disease and growing list of symptoms. Doctors were always quick to prescribe medication to cover up my symptoms rather than take the time to understand the root cause. I was exhausted, frustrated, and hopeless.
A defining moment occurred at Texas A&M, where I competed as a member of the track team. It was intriguing that what I ate had such a powerful impact on my performance and general well-being. The experience led me to pursue a profession in nutrition. My personal and professional beliefs were further focused when I spent a month volunteering at the Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, a holistic wellness retreat in the Tallebudgera hills of Australia. I worked alongside world-class chefs and naturopaths, and got to see first-hand that the body is capable of healing itself with the proper support.
Thanks to the power of food and natural supplements, I began to heal. I got my life back, and now it is my life’s work to share that healing and hope with others.