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Kristin Fogt, MS, RDN, LD

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About Kristin

If you feel like you have lost touch with your body’s natural cues or need support making nutrition-related decisions, I am here to support you on your journey to finding food freedom and body trust. 


Let’s face it—nutrition information is everywhere, and it can be difficult to discern fact from fiction. We all come in different shapes and sizes and require individualized nutrition recommendations—something that the next fad diet or favorite social media account cannot provide. If you’re stuck in the diet mentality or recovering from an eating disorder, I am here to provide support and guidance.


I am a licensed and registered dietitian in the state of Texas and participate in both in-person and telehealth sessions. I am a native Texan who graduated from the Integrated Coordinated Program in Dietetics (ICPD) at The University of Texas at Austin. As a part of the ICPD program, I completed my supervised practice hours, and obtained both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in nutritional sciences. 

I believe that nutrition care should not be “one size fits all”. Instead, I use intuitive eating and Health at Every Size (HAES) frameworks to provide individualized care for clients. I am especially passionate about helping adolescents and adults with eating disorders or disordered eating behaviors repair their relationships with food and their bodies and explore gentle, joyful movement through a non-diet, weight-inclusive approach. 

While I work with clients of all backgrounds, I am a follower of Christ and enjoy working with clients who share the same Christian values. 

As an avid rock climber, I enjoy spending my free time with friends at my local bouldering gym and climbing outdoors in the Austin area. I am passionate about helping other climbers improve their relationship with food and body as they work to reach new heights in their climbing abilities. I am also passionate about improving size acceptance in the sport.  


My hobbies include hiking the Greenbelt, doing 500-piece puzzles, and baking sourdough bread.

Let’s work together! 

“Having a healthy relationship with food means you are not morally superior or inferior based on your eating choices.” 
Evelyn Tribole, Intuitive Eating
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