Nutrition Therapy

At Healthy Hearts Nutrition we believe in eating “whole-foods” and savoring every bite. Using mindful eating strategies we can enjoy good food, and be healthy at the same time. Leslie uses motivational interviewing to help clients discover why they eat, the way they do.

She will work with you one-on-one to develop a plan that is realistic and includes strategies tailored to your lifestyle.  During your initial appointment you’ll complete a health assessment together with Leslie.  She will then help devise a plan of care, incorporating a balanced eating approach that includes meal and snack ideas, grocery lists, and any additional nutrition education necessary.

weight management

Weight Management

Achieving a healthy weight is a tough task! At Healthy Hearts Nutrition we utilize a non-diet approach. We focus on lifelong habits and mindful eating strategies. You will look forward to your meals, promise! 



Together we’ll come up with a manageable plan to keep your blood sugars in control, whether you suffer from diabetes, pre-diabetes, gestational diabetes, or hypoglycemia. 



Using a whole-foods approach we’ll improve your cholesterol, triglyceride, and blood pressure numbers. Decreasing inflammation is the key to heart health. 



Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Celiac Disease, Diverticulitis/Diverticulosis, GERD, Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO), frequent constipation, diarrhea or bloating. Let’s work together to figure out the cause of these nasty digestive conditions.

sports nutrition

Sports Nutrition

Leslie is the athletic department dietitian at Wright State University, therefore has experience with many different sports teams. Achieving optimal nutrition and hydration will increase your athletic performance and minimize your risk of injury. 

women's health

Women's Health

Having difficulty conceiving a baby? Are you pregnant and want the best nutrition for your growing little one? What diet is best for breastfeeding a baby? Suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or going through menopause? Let me help!

childhood nutrition

Childhood Nutrition

Start those healthy habits early! Picky eating, autism, ADHD, food allergies and intolerances all make healthy eating a challenge. Let’s get a game-plan together to achieve the best nutrition for childhood development. 

inflammatory endocrine


Thyroid conditions, autoimmune diseases, migraines, fibromyalgia, and arthritis. Calm inflammation and feel better with the right diet and supplements for your unique health condition.

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