I’m Taylor Stolt, a registered dietitian and foodie, former collegiate-athlete, integrative and functional medicine enthusiast.
I’ve been coined a “type-A flower child” by those who know me best – I love yoga, hiking, comfortable clothes (can I get an amen), farmer’s markets, and the like. But I work hard. I want to know everything there is to know about nutrition, wellness and healing. I want to do my 100% best to help my clients feel better.
As a collegiate athlete, it intrigued me that what I ate had such a huge impact on my performance, which led me to pursue a degree in nutrition. Soon after starting to earn that degree, I spent a month volunteering at the Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, a holistic wellness retreat in the Tallebudgera hills of Australia. I worked alongside top-notch chefs, attented guest lectures, and learned about the power of yoga, herbal supplements, essential oils, meditation and connecting with nature.
Since my experience at Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, I have worked hard to pursue my passion for nutriton in the context of functional medicine. I’m an active member of the Dietitian of Integrative and Function Medicine practice group, and I spend my free time delving into research articles as well as webinars and nutrition podcasts from the best in the field.
Most importantly, my personal battle with health issues allows me to empathize. I spent years bouncing around from doctor to doctor trying to find answers to my autoimmune disease and growing list of symptoms. Doctors were always quick to prescribe medication to cover up my symptoms rather than take the time to understand the root cause of my issues. I was exhausted, frustrated, and hopeless.
Thanks to the power of food and holistic medicine, I began to heal. My thyroid antibodies vanished, my systemic inflammation dramatically decreased, and many of my symptoms continue to resolve. I got my life back. I feel like myself again. It brings me joy to share that healing and hope with others.
Over the years the “canvas” of my life became ridden with darkness. Things got blurry and dark. Then, I fed my body what it needed. I fed it real food, powerful herbs, life-giving movement, and necessary rest. Each day of healing was a light coat of paint over those dark spots. Pretty soon I had created something bright and vibrant and beautiful.
I can’t wait to show you how to do the same.
– Want a nutrition intervention tailored specifically to your body, your lifestyle and your goals.
– Are tired of dealing with unexplainable health issues and want to get to the bottom of them and finally fix them.
– Can’t seem to shake your current habits and need guidance and accountability.
– Are ready to radically transform your life for the better.