EXPERIENCE CONFIDENT EATING WITH LINDSEY
Your source for unique nutrition solutions
WHAT YOU NEED
Options to fit different nutrition needs and budgets
YOUR UNIQUE NUTRITION SOLUTIONS
Are you looking for one on one support for kidney disease? Or did your doctor say you need a low sodium diet and you don't know what that means? Do you just want to eat healthier? Lindsey has options to help you out.
Option 1: If you are looking for one on one support and you have chronic kidney disease, Lindsey is here to help you out!
Click here to schedule an introductory call and Lindsey will work with you to develop a nutrition plan to help you meet your goals.
Note: Lindsey's practice is cash pay. You can get a superbill to submit to insurance for possible reimbursement.
Option 2: If you are looking for one on one support for conditions other than kidney disease or want options to use your insurance:
Click here for a list of resources to help you find a dietitian that is a good fit for you.
Option 3: If you feel like one on one isn't the right option for you because of budget, or you are just looking for some basic information, you can check out nutrition education courses.
Check out the courses offered here. If you don't see what you are looking for, send your request to Lindsey at . Course topics with the most requests will receive highest priority.
Current nutrition courses available:
Kidney Health Basics (free!)
Kidney Health: Potassium 101
Kidney Health: Protein 101
Kidney Health: Phosphorus 101
Upcoming courses to watch for:
Beyond calories approach to healthy weight
Developing a health relationship with food
Healthy eating: Am I getting the right nutrients?
ABOUT LINDSEY ZIRKER
Experience and Philosophy
Located in Idaho Falls, Lindsey Zirker is a clinical dietitian specializing in various types of chronic disease and conditions. She is committed to helping patients preserve kidney function, get to the root of their weight issues and promote general health.
Lindsey graduated from Brigham Young University with her Bachelor's degree in Dietetics and completed her dietetic internship at East Carolina University. She has been working in kidney disease since 2008 and has had the opportunity to work with many complex and varied conditions. To provide a broader approach to helping her patients, she obtained her Master's degree in Nutritional Science with an emphasis in functional medicine from the University of Bridgeport.
Since then, Lindsey has developed several online training courses for dietitians, is involved in medical writing for kidney nutrition non-profit programs and provides on-going nutrition courses to help people lead full and healthy lives despite chronic disease diagnosis.
Diet and nutrition play a key role in preventing, treating or managing chronic disease. Lindsey's courses empower people to resolve root issues contributing to chronic health issues and believes that people should be able to find a balance between choosing foods that taste good and help them achieve their health goals. It is important to Lindsey that her patients have a high nutrition quality of life despite chronic health issues.
Lindsey is also available as a speaker for corporate wellness events, conferences, classes and community events.
“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”