Cami is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Nutrition and completed her dietetic internship through UT's Coordinated Program.
As a former yo-yo dieter, Cami's passion is to help people make peace with food and their body while learning how to eat intuitively. She believes you can be healthy at any size and focuses on helping her clients regain balance and enjoy food without guilt or shame.
Her specialties include intuitive eating, integrative and functional nutrition, eating disorder recovery, and gastrointestinal health.
Get to Know Cami:
Are there good and bad foods?
- No, food doesn’t have any moral weight -- diet culture and mainstream media makes us think that certain foods are “bad” for us and others are “good.” But the reality is that it’s just food -- if you eat too much of any one thing it won’t be great for your overall health.
Tell us a little about yourself… Where were you born? Do you have pets? Favorite vacation? Favorite food?
- I am a born and raised Austinite. I love this city! I have a dog, Shay. She is an Australian Cattle dog and is completely insane but we love her. My favorite vacation spot is pretty much anywhere in Europe. I was lucky enough to live in Switzerland for a year, which made me fall in love with traveling. My favorite food is a tie between tacos and pasta.
Specialties: Eating Disorders, Emotional Eating, Functional Medicine Nutrition, Mental Health Nutrition, Gut Health, Celiac Disease, Diabetes, LGBTQ.