Ms. Kathy J. Shattler BS, MS, RDN

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist- a Master Nutritionist
Kathy Shattler

Credentials: Diploma/Degree

Institution: Commission on Dietetic Registration; Michigan State University

Certification: Master of Science; Board Certified Nationally as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Certification Year: 1989

Institution: 1985 but started working as a doctoral candidate in early 1990's until I had to have major surgery

Graduated: 1985

In practice since: 1989

Kathryn's bio
As a Master Nutritionist, I am the one to come to if you want results!
My consulting business, Nutritional Synergy is based on the integrative functional medicine philosophy and uses a multifaceted approach to guide clients into transforming their lives through weight loss or conquering a special set of skills to follow a medical nutrition therapy. Techniques are inclusive of web content, continuing professional education (CPE) program design and management, freelance writing contracts and a website to address the overwhelming knowledge gap in the area of supplements, specifically, and nutrition, in general. Individualized client diets are always provided and support always available for those days "when you need encouragement"
Goals: To become a specialist in internet education encompassing the use of blogs, personalized health care, emails, video, phone and infographics. To continue to upgrade my background in medical nutrition therapy (MNT), To centralize a wide range of virtual services targeted globally, To look at the synergistics of providing such a wide range of services while still keeping prices competitive to all income strata in order to help those who are truly interested in personal, maintainable SUCCESS!

Specialties: internet, education, nutrition, diabetes, obesity, writing, communication, program management and behavior change:
Nutritional Synergy Web Sites:
http://wwwvirtualnutritionalsynergy.
http://www.bit.ly/askkathyshattler/
http://www.facebook.com/nutritionalsynergy
http://www.pinterest.com/kathyshattler/



Nutritional Synergy E-Health Consulting Services; writing, blogs, academic chapters/books/editorials; video blogging,
http://www.virtualnutritionalsynergy.com

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5550 Mall dr. West. Telenutrition Only
Lansing, Michigan
48917

Areas of Specialty

Chronic Pain

Coping Skills

Depression

Eating Disorders

Obesity

Weight Loss

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Herbal Therapy

Life Coaching

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Mindfulness

Music Therapy

Naturopathic Medicine

Positive Psychology

Sound Healing

Therapeutic Intervention

Time Management

Articles Kathy has Published
Has Evidence Based Medicine Come to a Moment
Has Evidence Based Medicine Come to a Moment of Crises?

It had to happen sometime . . . health professionals don't agree with the evidence that created guidelines that we are to follow as standards of care. What happened? No one seemed to notice as the American »

It had to happen sometime . . . health professionals don't agree with the evidence that created guidelines that we are to follow as standards of care. What happened? No one seemed to notice as the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association released, with the blessings of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, the 2013 guide on Cholesterol, the guide to replace ATP III. Ignored..

Ms. Kathy Shattler · July 9th, 2017

Ms. Kathy Shattler · July 9th, 2017

Anemia and Hematopoiesis
Anemia and Hematopoiesis

Introduction The term hematopoiesis refers to the formation and development of the cells of the blood. In humans, this process begins in the yolk sac. By the third month of gestation, stem cells will migrate »

Introduction The term hematopoiesis refers to the formation and development of the cells of the blood. In humans, this process begins in the yolk sac. By the third month of gestation, stem cells will migrate to the fetal liver and are found in the liver and spleen by 7 months gestation. The bone marrow then takes over the role as being the most important hematopoietic organ as hematopoiesis ceases..

Ms. Kathy Shattler · July 29th, 2016

Ms. Kathy Shattler · July 29th, 2016