Primal Dietitian
Primal Dietitian
Lindsay Reno Integrative Nutrition Therapy

 

 

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I'm Lindsay- a Registered Dietitian practicing Integrative Nutrition with a focus on Food as Medicine approaches in the Houston area.  I believe that our plate can be powerful and that the body has the ability to thrive and fight off disease if given the right fuel, tools and support.  I also believe that our current health care system is unfortunately failing many of us. I am able to look below the surface with my clients to uncover underlying imbalances that traditional healthcare routes often overlook. I also REALLY love food. By food I mean REAL food that not only looks and tastes delicious, but that also serves a purpose for body, mind and soul. This website has been made so that you have access to health and wellness information and nutritious recipes to enjoy as well. 

Featured blog Posts

 

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Greek Inspired Paleo meatballs

Meatballs are a favorite of mine for meal prepping as they are oh so portable and what's even better is that they still taste just as great the next day. Most meatball recipes contain gluten and or dairy but this recipe however, is free of any allergens or inflammatory items and is instead loaded with veggies and spices!

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Strategies to combat stress+ Anxiety

Stress, though not exactly a measurable ailment can absolutely affect measurable disease states and symptoms. What most of us fail to recognize is that stress both psychological and physiological can have negative impacts on our health. 

Salmon burger bowl

Half of my love of burgers is all the add-ins, sauces, and toppings that go on the side or on the burger itself! Making a burger bowl allows for additional veggies and toppings without the addition of excess carbohydrates from bread! The use of salmon in place of beef puts an interesting spin on the typical burger patty, plus it is a an accessible way to incorporate more health Omega 3 into your diet.

Location

1700 Post Oak Blvd Suite 600
Houston, TX, 77056

 
 
 
 

Food as medicine philosophy 

“The food you eat can be either the safest & most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison”― Ann Wigmore

 
 
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