Individualized nutrition interventions for fertility, PCOS, hormone and thyroid health, gestational diabetes, prenatal, postnatal, and breastfeeding. Reduce risk of complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Treat uncomfortable side effects while pregnant. Improve chances for fertility. Reach and maintain a healthy weight. Receive health counseling and evidence-based dietary interventions with the guidance of a pregnancy RDN.
“All registered dietitians are nutritionists but not all nutritionists are registered dietitians.”
To call yourself an RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist), you must have earned a bachelor’s degree that is approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. Moreover, a supervised practicum at a healthcare center, community center or agency, or food service corporation must be completed. Finally, after completing the required practicum hours and coursework to earn a bachelor’s degree, an RDN must pass a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration must be passed. As with any healthcare professional, continued education courses are mandatory to maintain this title.
As of 2024, anyone who wants to be an RDN must continue their studies and earn a master’s degree in a field approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Council. These fields include food and nutrition sciences, food service systems management, business, economics, computer science, sociology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, and chemistry.
Working with a registered dietitian for fertility, prenatal, breastfeeding, and post-natal care is important to ensure you receive evidence-based, up-to-date information to optimize your and your baby’s health.
Conversely, anybody can call themselves a “nutritionist”. “Nutritionists” are often people who have completed an online course, gone to a conference, and have not gone through the coursework and requirements to achieve an RDN. Nutritionists are often free from government regulation, which means fad diets, pop culture tendencies, and quick fixes can be part of their repertoire. This, in regular circumstances, can do more harm than good, not creating sustainable, meaningful lifestyle changes. In such a critical time in a woman’s life and baby’s development, seeing a nutritionist is not advisable — for the mother and baby’s health.
This is a moment in your life when the right food choices matter more than they did before. When choosing a prenatal nutritionist, ask for credentials. Invest in your and your child’s well-being with a Dietitian Nutritionist with the skills, education, and experience to optimize your and your baby’s health
Individualized nutrition interventions.
Identify trigger foods and sensitivities.
Reach and maintain a healthy weight before getting pregnant, while pregnant, and after giving birth.
Develop a lifetime of healthy eating habits.
Our Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians have diverse experience and backgrounds serving women’s fertility, PCOS, prenatal, lactation, gestational diabetes, and postpartum nutrition needs. We know that every woman’s journey is uniquely hers, from pre-conception to postnatal diet plans. We will individualize dietary interventions to support you and your developing baby’s health. You’ll be paired with one of the expert therapists on our team, to help you reach your goals.
RDN: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist – MS: Masters of Science – CDN: Certified Dietitian Nutritionist – CLT: Certified LEAP Therapist – CNSC: Certified Nutrition Support Clinician – LDN: Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist – IFNCP: Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner
MS, RD, LDN, IFCNP
Studies: Graduate of the USAF Academy, University of Colorado, Eastern Michigan University
Studies: Graduate of the Iowa State University
MS, RDN, LDN
Studies: Graduate of East Carolina University, Samford University
MS, RDN, LDN
Studies: Graduate of UNC Pembrook, University of Alabama
We are board-certified Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Erin Skinner also has a certification in integrative and functional nutrition therapy. We are passionate about women’s and family health. We believe that health and wellness begins before you even conceive your child.
And we can’t wait to be part of your journey.
We believe that a life of wellness begins before conception. We work with parents-to-be to optimize fertility, individualize nutrition interventions for PCOS, and prepare your body to conceive. Together, we develop individualized prenatal and postnatal dietary plans to reduce risks during pregnancy and childbirth, reduce risks of developing gestational diabetes, and prepare for lactation and postnatal healing. Everyone should have access to the best possible care and information regarding the connection between diet and health. With the right guidance, you can develop healthy, sustainable habits to live a life of wellness and nourish your child. We adhere to a holistic, functional nutrition approach.
Choosing the right RDN to work with can make a big difference in your health and the health of your baby. Consider these three areas to help you choose the best fertility, PCOS, prenatal, postnatal, and lactation nutrition coach to support you and your baby.
Choose the plan or package that best suits your fertility, pregnancy, and postnatal needs. (Or call us, and we'll help you choose what's right for you.)
Receive virtual or in-person pregnancy counseling, nutrition therapy, and individualized diet plans.
Feel empowered to make the best choices to support healthy fertility, pregnancy and postnatal wellness. Optimize you and your developing baby's health.
I just got my positive pregnancy test! This was 100T due to my nutrition work with my dietitian. I struggled for years with autoimmune thyroid problems, with digestive issues, and with infertility (was not ovulating). My dietitian went beyond the basics to help me regulate my immune system and thyroid hormones, improve my gut health, and get my cycle back on track. This saved me over $30,000 that I was quoted for IVF, and I feel healthier going into my pregnancy. Thank you! .
“I have several autoimmune diseases and I constantly struggle with my weight. I’ve tried every diet without success. Erin’s plan has been the only plan that has helped me get my weight under control. A lot the symptoms of my disease have also improved. I have more energy. I never feel deprived and I know this is a plan I can continue for the long term.”
“Erin’s program is so easy to follow! The meals are delicious and fulfilling. All the guess-work is taken out, and the plan works! It is also encouraging to see others posting their successes and challenges. Erin is encouraging and motivating. She answers questions and is genuinely happy with accomplishment’s! It’s like having a personal nutritionist! I’ve lost 12 pounds to date, but I’m looking at food differently too and noticing positive changes in my energy level. It’s been wonderful!”
“I am an overweight 57 year old, post-menopausal woman with arthritis. This program is the first one to address properly all the areas I need. It does this in an easy, smart, and healthy way that I can do and trust! I will continue to reach to you and your company for future questions, needs, and advice!”
We find that three sessions are typically needed for optimal results. Therefore, we offer a discounted package of 3-sessions This package has a total value of $490. Grab it for a discounted price of $365. We will customize the session spacing for your needs, but the typical spacing is 3-4 weeks between sessions. Sessions must be used within 6 months.
How can you best prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy? Pick your ideal plan here:
Ongoing professional support for the implementation of your plan.
Take the guesswork out of choosing the best foods and meal plans for you and your baby’s development. Here, we offer individualized dietary consultations:
Don’t be fooled by the name. “Nutritionist” is not a professional title. Only a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) meets rigorous academic requirements with clinical training, holding a degree from an accredited university. Our RDNs stay informed of guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to provide our patients with expert nutrition counseling for their fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum health.