Kory is a registered dietitian nutritionist who teaches whole foods nutrition and mind-body health. She specializes in providing compassionate nutrition counseling to help clients enhance their physical and emotional health.
Kory is an assistant professor at Bastyr University, and Clinical Nutrition Supervisor at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle. Her background includes working in cancer research for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington. She has also worked for Swedish Medical Center and Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. Kory teaches community and corporate nutrition classes and is a PCC Cooks Instructor.
Kory has a private practice at the Bastyr Center in Wallingford, where she uses an evidence-based approach to nutrition counseling to help clients experience the profound effect of nutrition on health. Her philosophy focuses on whole foods nutrition to help clients make sustainable changes over time while increasing their own vitality. The foundation of Kory's counseling includes guiding clients in the practice of self-kindness, pleasure in eating, mindfulness, and savoring food and life which all contribute to increased vitality and well-being.
Kory's areas of interest include mindful and intuitive eating, food intolerances and allergies, digestive health, women's hormonal health and fertility, heart health, kidney disease, liver disease, anxiety/depression, and diabetes.
In her spare time, Kory enjoys being active in the beautiful Pacific Northwest rain, creating community, reading research, practicing mindfulness, and studying shamanism. She loves sharing her commitment to healthy food, starting at home with her network of friends and family, for whom she hosts Sunday dinners.