About Kim

DSC00573Kim is a registered dietitian working at the Wisconsin Athetic Club.  She enjoys the one-on-one interaction of private consultations, as well as the opportunity to speak to larger groups of club members and corporate groups.  Kim also provides nutrition counseling and education to the students and athletes at Cardinal Stritch University.

Her individualized approach to group weight loss, with a wholistic emphasis on eating as it fits into a full life,  has helped many people improve their lives beyond what is possible with weight loss alone.

This website allows her a creative outlet and the ability to offer support to others with the desire to stay healthy with the passage of time.  When not at the club or blogging, you will find Kim walking her dog Stella, hanging out with family and friends, playing piano, feeding hungry musicians on tour (son Brent is a professional bass player with Allen Stone), visiting daughter Becky in NYC, working out, OR cooking, baking, eating, looking at recipes . . . .  and enjoying life with husband Peter.

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16 responses to “About Kim

  1. Great articles Kim!

  2. Nice blog! I hope my blog someday could be like your blog! Anyway, let me introduce myself. I’m yorknell, who is interested in being rd in my future. oh yah, you may visit my fresh and new blog at yorknell.wordpress.com. please have a visit or promote it (:p)!

  3. Your omlette receipe on the WAC website, sounds so good. My husband Kevin and I will grab the Egg Beaters when we don’t know what to make for dinner. I like the idea of actually mixing a real egg in with them, because Kevin prefers the real thing. I like to make them over the weekends when I have more time to spend in the kitchen.

  4. Hi Kim! Do you have an email address to contact you at?

  5. healthdemystified

    Hey Kim,

    Just wanted to personally let you know that I mentioned you in my most recent post at healthdemystified.com, because I just wanted to thank you for what you’ve done to both support my blog and inspire the world with your wisdom on nutrition.

    I’ve also included a backlink over here to your blog, so that hopefully more people will be able to be inspired by your posts.

    -Eric

    • Thanks so much, Eric! I am enjoying your site, and I also thank you for pushing me a bit more into being more interactive with other bloggers. This really becomes so much more fun when there is more sharing going on!!

  6. Hey there Kim, I have nominated you for the Pink Tree award. Congrats! 🙂 Your blog is very fun to read, and thanks for improving upon that kale dip!
    http://livingforthenextmeal.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/livingforthenextmeal-receives-an-award/

    • Thanks! It was such a nice surprise to see your message. I enjoy your blog as well. Unlike you, I cannot remember a time when I did not enjoy food – truly one of life’s simple pleasures.

  7. Hi Kim. Just letting you know I finally made the roasted vegetables! Yummy!
    Also made your chili recipe last week.

  8. I LOVE your blog! Can’t wait to read more post! Keep up the awesome work…Cheers!

  9. When will your new app be compatible with an Android?

    • Very good question! When (not if!!) the app is showing signs of success on iPhone, I will get it out on Android. I just want to test it on one device first, so I can work out any kinks. Stay posted! And in the meantime, I would be so grateful if you would tell your i-phone friends about it.

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