Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? Have you tried every diet or health hack, yet still fall short of reaching your wellness goals? I get it!
We get bombarded with daily messages about quick fixes to improve our health. Only to learn they are not sustainable in the long run.
So how do we actually make lifestyle changes that we can stick to, for good?
Through my personal experience I have found that there is no “one diet fits all.” To find food freedom, we must listen to our bodies, and stop listening to the noise of diet culture. Once I practiced this for myself, I found that food affected my mood, digestion and energy. I let go of restrictive behaviors and focused on adding as many nutrient dense foods to my diet as possible. My digestive issues disappeared and I learned how to better manage emotional eating.
Of course lifestyle change is not easy and it doesn’t happen overnight. My motto is “little by little, a little becomes a lot.” If you commit to making one small change at a time, before you know it, your life will transform! From genetics to food preferences, you are unique. It’s my goal to find what works best for you along your journey.
At Sensibly Sprouted we focus on more than food. We focus on your habits and lifestyle. Sleep, stress, exercise and mindset — all are significant to reaching optimal health!
Kristen has a passion for helping patients achieve realistic and sustainable wellness goals. Weight loss, reversal of diabetes, reduction of inflammation and managing autoimmune conditions.
Kristen graduated Cum Laude from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. She holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Dietetics. She holds advanced certification as an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner. As an IFNCP, she interprets bloodwork, applies therapeutic diets and uses motivational counseling.
Kristen is an outdoor enthusiast and has a hobby for every season in the Pacific Northwest! She enjoys hiking, snowboarding, whitewater kayaking, mountain biking and canyoning. Like her adrenaline junkie husband, she is always outside. She loves gardening, cooking, playing with her German Shepherd and relaxing with friends and family.