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Jaimie Winkler

Availability: Limited - currently not taking new patients. 

What you are most likely to find in my lunch box:

Naan, tzatziki, hummus, carrots, mini cucumbers. Or a peanut butter and jelly, grapes, and Pringles.


If I were trying to impress my dinner guests, I would make:

My grandmother's spaghetti and meat sauce recipe, which is delicious and surprisingly nutrient-rich.

Yearbook quote: "I'm not a therapist, so I can say this..."

My Story

In a world full of confusing nutrition information and a focus on weight, I felt there had to be a better way. I set out to settle the question, with food,"How good do we have to be?" 


The answer is "good enough." My mission is to show people that "good enough" is doable and pride worthy. It sounds like "settling for less" but actually - it's balance. Staying on track with a good plan is hard when life keeps throwing you curveballs. We need to stop re-inventing nutrition and allowing false prophets to dominate the conversation. We will find your "sweet spot" where nutrition meets taste, where function meets flavor, and where you can have several good plans to move between.


I come from a family of people in larger bodies. I am passionate about reducing weight-stigma and the idea that if you "just" do the right thing with food and exercise then you will have a worthy body. All bodies are worthy.


The best advice I have gotten from a fellow Dietitian is "You (Jaimie) cannot make anyone change. Your job is to provide the best information and support for people to make change for themselves."  I will do my job, what will yours be?

  • Eating disorders

  • Neurodivergence

  • Diabetes Management

  • Meal Planning

  • Nutrition for mental health diagnoses

  • Gastrointestinal Disorders

  • Pregnancy

  • Family Feeding

Areas of Experience



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