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My Philisophy


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Reach your health goals by learning to connect with your body rather than fight against it.

Eating is a way that we take care of our bodies and is also a way of connecting with family and friends. I believe that the food we eat and our relationship with food and our bodies can affect our growth and development, mental and emotional health, immunity, disease prevention/management, and current state of well-being.
I work with clients in a non-diet approach to healthy eating. Together we work on healing the relationship with food and finding joy in eating foods that help us feel our best. I help clients find their own variety and balance in both activity and nutrition. Healthy eating requires life-long commitment and there is not a one size fits all approach. 

Why Whitney Larsen Nutrition?
Whitney provides comprehensive, client-centered nutrition therapy, helping clients heal their relationship with food and their bodies and end the dieting game forever. Whitney also works with families looking to raise children who are a joy to feed, who grow well, and have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.

Whitney Larsen, RD, LMNT, CPT

Whitney Larsen is a bilingual Registered Dietitian and Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist who specializes in nutrition counseling for Disordered Eating, Prenatal and Maternal Nutrition, Pediatrics, Disease Management, Joyful Movement, and Worksite Wellness. In addition, Whitney is a Certified Personal Trainer and was named ‘Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year’ by the Nebraska Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics – Omaha District in 2016.

Whitney works from a Health At Every Size (HAES) perspective and has dedicated herself to studying the psychology of eating, the relationship between weight and health, and intuitive and mindful eating.

Whitney received her Bachelors Degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. She then went on to complete her dietetic internship with the University of Northern Colorado. Whitney has consulted for various physicians clinics, has been a speaker at professional conferences, schools and universities, has designed and implemented corporate wellness initiatives and teaches adult and child cooking classes.

About Me


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 "I help my clients achieve their health goals without dieting, improve their energy, heal their relationship with food and body, and learn how to eat well and move their bodies for life."

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