Hello! My name is Carly and I’m one of the dietitians here at Sensibly Sprouted.
Food is personal, and there is no one way of eating that works for everyone. My job is to help you find the eating style that works for you and your body so that you can feel your very best. Whether you’re seeking guidance for a chronic condition or want to improve your overall health, I’ll always listen and meet you where you are. Together, we’ll set small, realistic goals to build lasting change and get you where you want to be.
I believe that food is meant to be a source of enjoyment, connection, and self-care, not a source of stress or anxiety. My goal is to partner with you to help you not only nourish yourself physically, but rediscover the joy of eating and build a positive relationship with food that supports all aspects of health — mental, physical, and emotional. For me, that means taking the focus off of weight, creating a place for all foods, and addressing the whole you — including diet, stress, movement, sleep, and more.
Regardless of where you are on your journey, I’m here to help. I look forward to meeting you!
Carly has experience as an outpatient dietitian working with a variety of chronic health conditions and age groups. She has a special passion for women’s health, including prenatal nutrition, hormone imbalances, and PCOS management. She also specializes in pediatric nutrition, and enjoys helping kids and teens build a lifelong healthy relationship with food.
Carly holds a Masters Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Bastyr University. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from the University of Michigan, graduating with Highest Honors.
Carly enjoys spending time outside running, hiking, and exploring the beautiful PNW with her dog Otis. On quieter days, she loves trying out new recipes in the kitchen, reading, eating dark chocolate, and learning to play the mandolin.