Autumn Hoverter, MS, RDN

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Autumn is an energetic, compassionate advocate for her patients, and perseveres in the face of complicated cases. There is always something else to try! With over a decade of experience in the field, Autumn is a trustworthy and knowledgeable practitioner. 

Areas of focus:

  • Chronic disease care
  • Infant, child, and family nutrition
  • Gastrointestinal care (SIBO, IBS, IBD, food intolerance’s/sensitivities, etc.)
  • Autoimmune care (Hashimotos, Lupus, MS, IBD, etc.)
  • Cholesterol, blood sugar, and overall wellness care
  • Advanced nutritional testing

Autumn has an enduring interest in the biochemistry of nutrition.  She believes that whole foods are the basis of optimal health, but also recognizes that some medical conditions need a little extra help healing, so she utilizes both lab testing and supplements as needed.  Autumn also knows that life doesn’t happen in a vacuum and works closely with all her patients to find the path that’s right for them, and supports all lifestyle changes with extensive solution-centered counseling.  Autumn is always learning, too—she is currently completing a course in functional immunology.

Autumn earned her Master of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Washington, and has served as adjunct faculty at Bastyr University.  Autumn’s extensive training in counseling and her whole-foods philosophy make her ideally suited to help her patients achieve their maximum potential in health and wellness. Autumn regularly speaks to community groups and corporations on topics ranging from brain nutrition to mindful eating.  She is also a writer and food photographer. You can find her book, Before Baby, on amazon.com.

Autumn is the mother of two energetic young boys and one vivacious dachshund. When not racing to keep up with the little ones, Autumn enjoys yoga, reading, cooking, and relaxing in the sun with her husband.

 

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