A Master of Science in Nutrition | Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Caitlin Sloane is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist whose philosophy involves offering a safe space to explore personal motivators for making positive health changes. Caitlin believes that our relational approach to food is intrinsically connected to all aspects of our health. Her goal is to help you find a balance that is both accessible and sustainable, while still eating delicious food and feeling good while doing it.
Caitlin recognizes the importance of food as a cultural marker and realized at a young age that food brings people together to celebrate, mourn, and everything in between. This understanding of food is a guiding principle of Caitlin’s approach to nutrition therapy-reconnecting to food in a way that allows us to positively impact our health and wellness.
Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in her mid-twenties, Caitlin learned to navigate the ever changing and often stressful world of having an autoimmune condition. After seeing several dietitians and endocrinologists, she was frustrated with the lack of personalized care she received. This experience led her to become a dietitian, with the goal of offering a more holistic and relatable approach to nutrition counseling. Caitlin’s personal nutrition journey has planted her where she is today; a dedicated and compassionate dietitian who incorporates mind/body/soul into her therapeutic approach, considering your personalized health goals.
Caitlin obtained her Master of Nutrition Science and completed her dietetic internship at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. She uses evidence based practices and interviewing techniques to create a warm and inspiring environment, helping you to comfortably transform your life and reclaim your relationship to food. She has worked closely with both lifestyle and chronic conditions, including type 2 diabetes, type 1 diabetes, hypertension, celiac disease, IBD, IBS, kidney disease, food aversions, disordered eating patterns and many more. Her extensive experience working as a therapeutic chef lends well to her knowledge and interest in cooking. She is familiar with a wide variety of therapeutic diets, including: anti-inflammatory, gluten free, dairy free, SIBO, paleo, whole 30, ketogenic, vegetarian, vegan and more.
Caitlin offers one on one, personalized nutrition appointments in our Snoqualmie location as well as immersive nutrition education including grocery store tours, pantry overhauls, finding motivation in your kitchen with cooking lessons that are educational, meal planning, and more!
Caitlin is excited to be part of the integrative and functional nutrition team at Simplicity Nutrition, and looks forward to serving you as you begin your journey to health!