You want the right approach to nutrition to fuel your efforts. And just like everything else about sports, it starts with your thinking. My approach combines an understanding of science but also a therapeutic delicacy of exploring the relationship one may have with food, weight, performance or body image. Embrace the right perspectives and abandon formulas, and you will see the short term results that you want — long into the future.
As your dietitian, my role is to not judge. I am here to:
- Observe where you are currently
- Reflect where you want to be
- Walk beside you on how to get there
In a way, I am a relationship expert that helps you explore and strengthen your relationship with food, weight, body image and sports performance — helping to find a place where these can mutually co-exist and thrive with enjoyment.
A Master’s level dietitian who is dually certified as a certified eating disorder dietitian and board-certified sports specialist. She treats and has received supervision in all eating disorders with a specialty emphasis on athletes with eating disorders, female athlete triad, and RED-S. My goal is to walk beside you as you explore and strengthen your relationship with food, weight, body image and sports performance — helping to find a place where these can mutually co-exist and thrive with enjoyment.
She has served as a consultant for UMKC, KC Ballet, KC Chiefs and various teams throughout the metro area. She is also co-host of PHIT for a Queen a podcast devoted to the female athlete balancing: performance, health, intellect and time for self.
Rebecca is currently finishing up her book on relative energy deficit in sport called “Finding your Sweet Spot” the keys to understanding and optimizing energy balance and hopes to have it hit shelves in early 2019.
You can follow her blog at beccamcconville.com