Hi, I'm Maddi. I'm glad you're here.
I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), and the Owner & Founder of Flexible Nutrition. Licensed in Kansas.

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor's Degree in Dietetics from Kansas State University

  • 1200 hour supervised ACEND accredited internship in Kansas City, MO.

  • Pass the National RD Credentialing Exam

EXPERIENCE

  • Sports: Butler Community College soccer team, Shocker Track Club Youth team and nutrition programs for Fleet Feet running training groups.

  • Nutrition Counseling: Maddi has provided one on one services to individuals for over 2 years.

  • Clinical experience in the inpatient (>2 years) and community nutrition work settings (1.5 years).

  • Played college soccer at Butler Community College

  • Completed multiple half-marathons

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FUN FACTS

I am obsessed with coffee, all things endurance sports and dogs. I am married and a dog mom to two fur babies. I believe in our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ, and desire to live a life that loves God and loves others.
My last meal on earth would be a big ol' juicy burger with sweet potato fries, garlic aoili and a Blue Moon with an orange slice. And no, that is not weirdly specific, it's your last meal on earth people! Gotta make it count! Although, I firmly believe sweet potato fries have a special place in Heaven.
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MISSION

TO HELP CLIENTS DITCH THE DIET CULTURE MENTALITY TO OBTAIN A POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD, EXERCISE, BODY - AND ULTIMATELY, LONG-TERM HEALTH. 

HOW FLEXIBLE NUTRITION LIVES THIS MISSION

  • Individual Nutrition Coaching:

    • Athletes of all backgrounds looking to improve their performance and/or heal their relationship with food & exercise.

    • Individuals looking to prevent or manage chronic conditions.

  • Partnerships, Consulting & Media

    • Partnering with businesses, organizations and brands in Wichita, Kansas (and beyond!) ​to educate and improve long-term health through a weight-inclusive and HAES ® aligned approach.

NUTRITION PHILOSOPHY

Flexible Nutrition takes a weight-inclusive & Health at Every Size (R) approach to client and community care. This means that we do not provide weight loss counseling. Instead, we remove weight as a proxy for health, and focus on behaviors and modifiable outcomes, instead.
 
It is an approach that encourages respectful and compassionate care for individuals in all body types, shapes and sizes. This differs from what you may have typically heard in the doctors office or gym, as it does not prescribe weight loss as a cure for health/diseases, and does not place all responsibility for health on the individual. It is well documented in the research that the vast majority of weight-based interventions result in weight gain, and negatively impact an individual's relationship with food, their bodies, as well as worse health in the long-term. 
 
There are many ways we can honor our health outside of a focus on weight, and that is what we provide to clients in the work that we do.

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My Story Of Recovery
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For many years I suffered from Hypothalamic Amenorrhea, a condition where my body completely shut down my menstrual cycle due to a combination of chronic under-eating, stress and high-intensity exercise.

 

My journey towards restoring my period involved addressing the deeply held incorrect beliefs I had about what health and fitness was. Not only did I regain my period through this journey, but I regained my life and true health.