What You Need
MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY
Lindsey provides individualized nutrition recommendations and the most up-to date information to help you confidently make food choices that will help slow the progression of kidney disease. Lindsey also provides medical nutrition therapy for people with heart disease, autoimmune conditions, digestive issues, and general healthy eating.
Medical nutrition therapy helps people to improve their quality of life despite having a chronic disease.
Our office sometimes experiences high call volumes. Feel free to email Lindsey to let her know you'd like to work with her.
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 slow the progression of kidney disease, manage autoimmune disease, food allergies and other digestive issues such as IBS and Celiac disease.
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.
Diet and nutrition play a key role in preventing, treating or managing chronic disease. Lindsey works with her patients 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 available for face to face and telehealth consults, as well as 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.”