Empowering you to find your own “Primelife”, by giving you the tools to effectively find a happy and healthy balance within your own life.
PrimeLife Nutrition is just that. We aim to help you find your “Prime Life”. Being healthy and feeling healthy isn’t just about exercising and eating salads for lunch; it’s SO much more than that. We focus on all the spectrums behind becoming the best version of yourself and that includes mental health and physical health. If you are ready to start a journey and get to know your body better with the education and guidance of a Registered Dietitian, make an appointment today!
PrimeLife Nutrition specializes in weight loss, disease management and sports performance.
If you’re looking for a quick fix, the newest fad diet, or severe calorie restriction, we’re probably not the place for you. We focus on gradual, consistent steps towards a healthier lifestyle, so it becomes a part of your life, rather than just ONE part of your life. Our relationship with food is molded all throughout our lives and it’s up to us to make sure we form a healthy relationship with it.
We’ve often been told that sessions feel like more than just learning about diets, and that’s what we pride ourselves on. We want you to have a great relationship with your dietitian and feel comfortable to talk about anything that’s going on in your life, as it often directly affects the way we eat.
Not only do we want you to have a great relationship with your dietitian, we want even more for you to have a better relationship with yourself.
We’ll take the guesswork out of improving nutrition and make it easier for you to incorporate healthy choices into your everyday. Taking it back to the basics of nutrition, we keep it simple to find what works best for you and adapt every appointment according to your specific needs.
Kristen grew up very picky as a kid, and was never great about trying new foods. Fast forward about 20 years later and she’s passionate about food and the relationship it has with our bodies.
Leah also grew up as a picky kid/teenager, despite the nutritious, home-cooked meals that her mom made for her on a daily basis. It wasn’t even until she navigated a bumpy college career path that she could fully appreciate those home-cooked meals and the importance of nutrition.