Katie Southworth, MS, RDN, CD

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Katie is a graduate of Bastyr University where she received a Master of Science in clinical nutrition and dietetics as well as a master’s in clinical health psychology.  Katie completed her dietetic internship through Bastyr and has been working in the field of nutrition for more than eight years with a focus that has ranged from weight loss and corporate wellness to oncology. She has also served as an adjunct professor for the teaching clinic at The Bastyr Center for Natural Health. 

Katie’s clinical focus areas are: 

  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Chronic disease
  • Digestive health 
  • Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Thyroid health 
  • Women’s health
  • Food allergies/sensitivities 
  • Weight loss
  • Oncology

Katie believes that one eating plan is not right for everyone and patients need to discover what foods best support their own personal health and healing. She believes patients intuitively know what is best for their health but struggle to make the behavior change required to reach their goals. Katie is passionate about guiding her patients through this process and understands the challenges they face not only when making dietary changes but also when dealing with chronic diseases.

Katie also sees clients for our Metabolic Reset and Weight Loss Program that focuses on biochemical processes, allowing you to reset your metabolic rate while you burn fat as energy. The program is based on four principles: balanced blood sugar, using body fat as an energy source, emotional support, and physical movement. Learn more about Metabolic Reset here.

When she is not in the clinic she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, practicing yoga, hiking in the mountains or playing in the water with her family. She has a deep appreciation for a good bar of dark chocolate. 

Katie is currently accepting new clients.

To schedule an appointment call 206-853-0534 today. 

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