Megan Magee is a Registered Dietetic Tech (DTR) and Certified Mind Body Eating Coach. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in Kinesiology and Sociology, with emphasis on public health and health and medicine. She continued her education with a specialty in Dietetics. Additionally, Megan is certified in Adult Weight Management through the American Dietetic Association and Commission on Dietetic Registration. Megan has been studying and practicing nutrition for more than a decade, with emphasis on diabetes, metabolic syndrome, auto immune conditions, gut restoration, and weight loss. Megan graduated from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in May 2020, and obtained her certificate as a Mind-Body Eating Coach. Regardless of the health goal, the psychological component must be considered.
As a DTR, Megan is passionate about educating clients about eating for a lifetime of health and wellness. Megan lectures regularly for corporate wellness programs, schools, and other organization.
Megan's passion for nutrition started in her own health journey. As a child, Megan struggled with chronic stomach aches, typically after an animal protein rich meal. At the age of 16, she became a vegetarian which eliminated the stomach aches, but sent Megan on the journey of figuring out what balanced nutrition looks like for a vegetarian.
At the age of 35, Megan was diganosed with cervical cancer. After undergoing chemo and radiation, Megan struggled to get her health back. As an outcome of those treatments, Megan became allergic to most of the foods she was eating and had to create an entirely new relationship with food.
As a cancer survivor, Megan is most passionate about working with clients who have auto immune disorders. By changing one's diet, Megan has seen both personally and professionally, how the body can heal itself! Afterall, food is thy medicine!
Check out Megan being interviewed by Olga Nesterova on The Undeniable Realness TalkShow, talking about the importance of organic, boosting the immune system, tips for healthy grocery shopping and so much more.
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