Meet the Migraine Nutritionist
I’ve lived with migraine my whole life, getting my first attack at just 10 years old. I’ve experienced the full spectrum of migraine’s disability, from barely thinking about migraine to having daily, 24/7, around-the-clock, constant pain.
Having been in the same place as you, I know how you feel. And I know that there’s a light at the end of your tunnel.
Why Work with Kacie?
I get you, because I AM you.
My first migraine attack began when I was just 10 years old, and know what it is to forget what pain-free feels like.
At my worst, I was practically on bedrest, waking up with my head already throbbing full-force every single day. There was nobody who really understood what I was going through, and I felt hopeless, doomed to a life of constant pain.
I know what it’s like to live with debilitating migraine… and I know that there IS hope! It’s possible to feel SO much better and really soak up those pain-free days.
I’ve done the research so YOU don’t have to.
Migraine is COMPLICATED. This chronic disease is often misunderstood, and there’s a bottomless pit of misinformation online.
How much time have you spent on google searching for a path to relief?
How many useless “remedies” have you wasted your time and money on?
Skip the heartbreak and disappoint in trying quick fixes that don’t work. Working with me, you get trustworthy and effective migraine-fighting strategies.
Discover the path to MEND your head.
Migraine can be overwhelming, and when you’re stuck in a rut of chronic pain, it’s difficult to know where to begin.
In MEND, we focus on Mindfulness, Exercise, Nurture, and Diet to strengthen your threshold against migraine. If you’re feeling hopeless right now, know that there’s so many things you CAN control to get relief from frequent flares.
I’d love to support you, so if you’re ready to take back control and stop letting migraine run your life, let’s work together!
Migraine Nutritionist's Background
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)
RDNs are food & nutrition experts who have completed extensive coursework and supervised practice through accredited universities and programs. RDNs must also pass a national exam and complete continuing education requirements.
Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT)
CLTs receive additional clinical training in managing adverse food reactions through a patented blood test and evidence-based eating plan to manage chronic illnesses such as migraine and chronic headache disorders.