Gut Health

Gut Health Nutritionists

Nourish is the easiest way to find a registered dietitian and get it covered by your insurance. We provide virtual sessions with a registered dietitian to help you heal your gastrointestinal tract for good.

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Nutrition therapy to heal your gut

Over 70 million people in the U.S. suffer from a digestive illness. Our GI tract works tirelessly to support our overall health. Maintaining a healthy gut allows nutrients and water to travel through the body while blocking harmful toxins and antigens.

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How Nourish improves your gut health

Nourish is the easiest way to find a registered dietitian and get it covered by your insurance. We provide virtual sessions with a registered dietitian to help you heal your gastrointestinal tract for good.

Personalized nutrition planning

Your dedicated dietitian will help implement proven ways to relieve symptoms of your digestive tract condition. Personalized nutrition counseling will boost immunity and prevent stress on your body.

Convenient, virtual appointments

Receive the highest quality care wherever you are most comfortable. You get access to your dietitian virtually anytime, anywhere. No more driving to appointments. No more waiting around.

With you every step of the way

We understand the uncertainty of living with a GI condition and the challenges with finding lasting relief. Your dedicated dietitian is here to guide you through understanding the nuances of nutrition for gut health every step of the process.

Blair
Blair
Kott

Blair Kott, Registered and Licensed Dietitian, graduated from Utah State University, where she obtained her Master’s degree in Dietetics Administration and completed her Dietetic Internship. Prior to obtaining her graduate degree, Blair attended The University of Texas at Austin where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition.

Brittney
Brittney
Hegg

Brittney is originally from Minnesota and got her Bachelor's degree from the College of St. Benedict. She completed her Master's degree at UW-Stout and is also a Certified Personal Trainer.

Brittney supports the individuality of each person and firmly believes nobody fits into a “one size fits all” box. She is passionate about educating and helping others achieve their goals and lead healthier lifestyles. When not working, Brittney loves spending time at the lake, checking out new restaurants with friends, and is trying to figure out how to make the best mac and cheese.

Cami
Cami
Eastman

Cami is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Nutrition and completed her dietetic internship through UT's Coordinated Program.

As a former yo-yo dieter, Cami's passion is to help people make peace with food and their body while learning how to eat intuitively. She believes you can be healthy at any size and focuses on helping her clients regain balance and enjoy food without guilt or shame.

Ellie
Ellie
Stamerjohn

Ellie is passionate about providing easy-to-digest nutrition information that empowers others to make positive changes in their life. Ellie's goal is to clear up confusion within the nutrition space, dismantle diet culture, and help individuals improve their relationship with food and their body.

Our specialties

Balina

Now, I virtually never have stomach pain.

Balina

's Success Story

25
,
Texas

When I first met with a Nourish dietitian, I was expecting the same treatment as usual. Any specialist I had met told me to just not eat certain foods, have a structured meal plan, and my problems would go away. All the recommendations felt so generic, and I was incredibly tired of hearing that my only option was to eat only a few ‘clean’ foods for the rest of my life. Instead, my dietitian listened to my whole history and all the issues that I was experiencing, then worked together with me to develop our plan of attack. I was tired of having the same experience over and over again - I needed someone who would actually improve my life and found that here.

Since that first meeting, my dietitian has completely changed my view around food. I’ve been able to work with her to find out what food, patterns, and other factors influence my stomach pain.

Every dietitian I had used prior had just given me suggestions on what to change, with no real plan or guide for how to implement the changes. My Nourish dietitian is the first one who has actually helped guide me through a true lifestyle change, and has been supportive and by my side every step of the way. Now, I virtually never have stomach pain, and on top of that, I have a much healthier and well-rounded mindset towards food in general.

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Roadmap

This is a journey we work on together. Most of the roughly 40 trillion microorganisms in your body are located in your digestive tract. They make up the gut microbiome and are crucial to your digestive nutrition and well-being. However, many diseases can be caused by the sorts of bacteria that live in your gut. The composition of gut bacteria in your digestive tract can be affected by a variety of things, including the foods you eat. You can lead a healthier and more active life by understanding the proper nutrition for gut health. However, learning how to improve gut health and implementing a diet that maximizes the best nutrition for your gut health can be an arduous task. We want you to feel seen and taken care of along the journey, and with our highly individualized process, we’ll make sure you can see a clear path for your healing.

Touchpoints

It’s important you see the progress you’re making and we know that sometimes it’s hard to see how far you’ve come. People often talk about having a "healthy gut," which simply means that there are more beneficial bacteria than harmful ones in the digestive system. Those who experience frequent stomach pain, gas, constipation, diarrhea, or other gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms may spend a great deal of time looking into probiotics to restore nutrition for gut health. Several circumstances influence the composition of your gut health nutrition in the gastrointestinal system, but your overall health can be enhanced by keeping key touchpoints in mind. We have worked in regular touch points for reflection, celebration, and planning next steps so you always know where you’ve been, where you’re at and where you’re heading.

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Mindfulness

When you slow down and notice patterns, the recovery healing process can feel like it’s working. Self-reflection, body awareness, and balanced nutrition for digestion can create harmony within yourself and your gut’s biome. Mindfulness is a core tenant to our process and will play an integral role in your healing. To center ourselves and foster mindfulness, we incorporate brief practices in sessions that you can easily work into your life.

Support

Outside of sessions with your dietitian can be when the journey might hit a rough patch. If you'd like extra support outside of your sessions, we have several options to help you continue your journey.

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Roadmap

This is a journey we work on together. Most of the roughly 40 trillion microorganisms in your body are located in your digestive tract. They make up the gut microbiome and are crucial to your digestive nutrition and well-being. However, many diseases can be caused by the sorts of bacteria that live in your gut. The composition of gut bacteria in your digestive tract can be affected by a variety of things, including the foods you eat. You can lead a healthier and more active life by understanding the proper nutrition for gut health. However, learning how to improve gut health and implementing a diet that maximizes the best nutrition for your gut health can be an arduous task. We want you to feel seen and taken care of along the journey, and with our highly individualized process, we’ll make sure you can see a clear path for your healing.

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