My service goal is to optimize the Health of my clients as well as educate how our bodies work.

I am also a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and provide Diabetes Care Certification Classes

For more energy, better sleep, weight gain/loss, reduce symptoms of chronic disease such as Pre-diabetes, T2DM, T1DM, Kidney disease, Heart disease, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Obesity,  GI issues etc.

Most health insurance plans cover Nutrition Counseling. Does Yours?

I can meet in person in Fort Washington as well as meet virtually over Zoom in PA.

I Provide

In-Person or Virtual Visits 
In-person or phone/ Zoom meetings with information pages Emailed
Diabetes Care Certification Classes

For senior residence staff or Workshops to improve the health and lives of People with Diabetes 

Cooking Classes

Cooking demonstrations with taste tests for a variety of meatless meal recipes Contact Kirsten for recipes! 

Nutrition talks

Inspirational discussions with handouts at local libraries and community groups

Grocery Store tours

With a single client or a group, we prepare a menu and discover their store

Vegetable Garden Design

We create the client’s desired nutritional menu then design a vegetable garden that will support those meals. The vegetable gardens are functional but also low maintenance and beautiful. Flowers invite pollinators, a bird bath invites bug-eating birds and benches invite relaxation. I work with the client’s local garden centers and landscapers.

Typical Visits


The first meeting is for gathering personal information about my new client’s health, family history, lifestyle, diet, culture


Then I provide basic nutrition information, suggested meal plans and recipes that can make a difference in their health and help them decide what small step they can take first, to start on a healthier path.


The follow up visits answer questions and help them transition into their own personal healthier diet and life style.


disease info


Nutrition, recipes, and
meal planning


Managing blood sugar and medications


Avoiding complications