About Linda

"As an athlete myself, I know firsthand of the importance of nutrition in any sports event. During an endurance event, the timing of hydration and energy is crucial to your best performance. Adequate nutrition is also very important during training. Let me help you reach your goals thru personal nutrition coaching."


Over 26 years experience as a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (R.D.N.), Licensed Dietitian (L.D.) and

Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC).

B.S. in Nutrition and Foods, University of Idaho

Graduate of American Dietetic Association Accredited Consortium Coordinated Undergraduate Program in Dietetics

Completed and Passed National American Dietetic Association Registration exam.

Specializing in Sports Nutrition for adults and children, member of SCAN (Sports and Cardiovascular Nutritionists)

Vast knowledge of numerous disease states in relation to nutrition therapy Experienced with vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free,  low fructose, low FODMAP and thryroid diets

Published Articles:

Light and Tasty Magazine

U.S.M.S. Swimmer Magazine.

Recipes published in Light and Tasty Magazine and Today’s Dietitian Recipe Collection.

Co-author of American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Abstract titled "Home Parenteral Nutrition following Bariatric Surgery Complications" November 2012, presented February 2013.

Co-Author of American Dietetic Association Research Abstract titled “Knowledge Retention and Diabetes Education”, which was presented at a National American Dietetic Association meeting in 1995


Boise Nutrition Examiner writer for http://www.Examiner.com

"Vitamin D: A Promising Remedy for Health" a 3 credit continuing education article for dietitians, diet technicians and nurses on http://www.CEU4U.com

Red Wine, Chocolate and Coffee: Indulge! Published in the Idaho Women's Journal http://www.idahowomensjournal.com/?p=1364