Working hard but not seeing results?

We get it – it’s frustrating.

It doesn’t have to be this tricky, though.

With a nutritional gameplan to fit your active lifestyle, your results are sure to finally reflect your hard work.

You train hard year round to obtain your exercise goals. 

Now, it’s time to see results by dialing in your nutrition.

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Customized Packages


At Athleats Nutrition, we’re here to help you achieve your goals and feel better than ever. We understand that every body is different, and we’re passionate about personalizing our approach to meet your needs. That’s why we develop customized nutrition packages!

Our Coaching Can Include:

  • Grocery Shopping
  • Optimal Performance and Hydration
  • Weight Loss
  • Muscle Gain
  • Gut Health (IBS, IBD, Digestion)
  • Hormone Balance for Men and Women Including Cortisol, Fertility, Peri and Post Menopause
  • Healthy Eating & Lifestyle Skills for Sustained Results
  • Autoimmunity (Thyroid, PCOS, Fibromyalgia)
  • Food Sensitivities and Allergies
  • Eating for Travel, Entertainment, and Business Dinners
  • And More!

With  years of experience and hundreds of success stories, we’re ready to get to work. Are you?

“Jackie really gave me everything I needed to educate myself about nutrition and fitness so that I could make weights and clean eating a habit, not a crash diet. She was great about my questions on everything from “I hate this exercise can I do something else?” to “How should I adjust my diet based in X and Y?” She also talked through scenarios as I experienced them over our three months together, like my questions on weight loss and the values of different exercises, and all of this was great for my goals of education. Basically, Jackie knows her stuff on both nutrition and fitness -sign up to work with her if you want to change your routine and be healthy, not hungry. Also she creates awesome glute workout ideas.”

-Kaitlin B.

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Let's Set You Up for Success


If you’ve struggled to get the results you want or have an underlying health problem, you’ve come to the right place. Our Functional Medicine Sports Nutrition approach is perfect for you. Our team is obsessed with empowering all kinds of people – from active gym goers to enthusiastic newbies – to be their healthiest self and get the body they want.

We strive to keep people off of prescription medicine and get to the root cause of health issues rather than mask them. Our team is experienced in working with autoimmunity and all types of diets, including gluten-free, paleo, vegan, FODMAP, keto and more.

We are skilled in functional lab testing, interpreting results and creating a nutrition plan that fits your lifestyle and needs while achieving your fitness or body composition goals.

Some of the labs we work are with GI-MAP, DUTCH, Spectracell, Nutragenomics,

Organic Acids, Food Sensitivity Testing and many more.

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“Since I started working with Jaclyn my entire training has changed for the better. My numbers (weight) have increased tremendously and so has my work capacity. I’m no longer hungry ALL of the time. She has been so patient with me and all of my questions I truly consider her an asset to my athletic career.”

-Stephanay B. CrossFit Athlete

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Frequently Asked Questions


Functional Nutrition is nutrition-based health care that is focused on building health through restoring proper physiological functioning of the body. In other words, after we get to the root cause of an issue, we use nutrition as medicine. Functional Nutrition is a way to heal and mitigate the body’s symptoms of disease including autoimmune diseases and sluggish metabolism. In sports nutrition, we look at the body as a whole, not just weight loss or performance. We address sleep, hormones, recovery, injury prevention, gut health, autoimmunity, weight loss, muscle gain and all areas of your active lifestyle. In addition to swift changes and results, we care about the quality of food we eat and strive for longevity.

Yes, many of our clients are not professional or elite athletes. We work with anyone in the active population from everyday gym goers, weekend warriors, body transformations, CEO/Executives, first time nutrition clients, new moms and everyone in between. A majority of our clients have an active lifestyle or are beginning a change into becoming more active. Some of our clients also have an underlying health issue that we can tackle through proper nutrition protocols. Whether it’s your first time working out or you have been at the gym for years and want to see better results, we are here for you.

We focus on weight loss, weight gain, performance, and underlying health issues.

We have the education and experience to work with many areas of functional medicine nutrition, however, our main areas of focus are:

  • Gut health (IBS, IBD, food sensitivities)
  • Autoimmunity (PCOS, Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism)
  • Hormone Balance (peri-post menopause, postpartum, low testosterone, cortisol, fertility)
  • Micronutrient Deficiencies

For Sports Nutrition, our focus is on:

  • Body Composition
  • Performance
  • Recovery
  • Injury Prevention
  • Post Injury /Surgery Nutrition
  • Sleep
  • Cortisol and Hormone Imbalance
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Supplements
  • Career Longevity

Macros are the three food components of nutrition – protein, carbohydrates and fats. Nutritional plans explore the ideal types of macros and what balanced proportions for each diet plan look like.

Yes. We work with all types of diets and can recommend the perfect diet plan depending on health symptoms or goals. Details of the different diet types we work with are listed below. You can buy an online package and, after your consultation, we will recommend a suitable plan for you and your lifestyle.

The ketogenic diet was created as a therapeutic nutritional protocol to help treat epilepsy in children. This diet consists of high fat, moderate protein and very low carb. The typical ratio of macronutrients is 75% fat, 20% protein and 5% carbs. For active individuals and athletes, more protein can be utilized. After depleting your body of carbohydrates, your body will produce and use ketones for fuel. This diet can be useful for people who are new to dieting because it allows you to eat full flavor foods, however, it does not allow for cheats. Eating carbohydrates, including drinking alcohol, takes you out of ketosis. Hunger levels are consequently lowered and, oftentimes, Ketogenic dieting is combined with intermittent fasting.

As with all diets, this protocol works by causing a deficit in calories; it does not magically burn fat.
Ketogenic dieting is ideal for: people new to dieting who have a lot of weight to lose, people who have autoimmune disorders, people with ADHD, bodybuilders who need to cut weight for competition, people who are dedicated to a strict diet and do not drink alcohol, or those who need strict structure in their diet.

Ketogenic dieting is not ideal for: people who have been following a strict calorie diet (as changing to keto will not make you lose weight), people who drink alcohol often, people who do not like meat or dairy, people who have high anaerobic output or performance athletes.

When implementing this diet, you need a nutritionist. This is because it is absolutely critical to eat the proper balance of macro and micronutrients. Without a nutritionist, many people become nutrient deficient, do not eat enough fiber and experience a strong keto flu when they are adapting. There is a 4-6 week adaptation stage.

Typically a vegan diet is a plant based diet free of all meat products including eggs and dairy.

You need a nutritionist because essential vitamins and minerals can only be obtained by eating animal products. Therefore, your diet must be supplemented by combining plants to create complete proteins and ensuring your protein, carbs and fats are balanced for ideal body composition.

This diet removes meat and fish but allows for dairy (eggs and milk).

This style of eating excludes meat from most animals, but does allow fish. Some pescatarians eat dairy and eggs, while others do not. The name for this subset is either Lacto-ovo-pescatarian (if you do eat dairy & eggs) or pegan if you do not i.e. you only follow a plant based diet with fish.

Similar to vegan diets, it is important to make sure you are getting all of your essential vitamins and minerals from supplements.

Named after the Paleolithic era, the Paleo diet is grain free, dairy free (including butter and yogurt), free of artificial sweeteners, processed meats and does not include any processed foods. It promotes grass fed meats, fatty fishes, eggs, olive oil, nuts and seeds.

This diet is very similar to the Mediterranean diet.

It’s good for individuals with autoimmune disorders, gluten-free individuals, people who have to avoid grains, processed food or sugar such as a diabetic, or anyone with pre-diabetic conditions.

Inspired by the eating habits of Greece and Italy, this diet takes the food of the land and incorporates it into the only diet proven to lower blood pressure, cholesterol and heart disease.

This primarily plant based diet incorporates fatty fishes, whole grains, antioxidants, vegetables, legumes, seeds, olive oil, yogurts, and limited red meat + red wine. It’s a delicious and easy diet for many people to follow and highly recommended for those who have been warned about heart disease, high cholesterol or blood pressure.

The main difference between this and the paleo diet is that Mediterranean allows for dairy and whole grains, whereas Paleo promotes eating more red meats.

The Mediterranean Diet is good for athletes because it incorporates anti-inflammatory foods and plenty of carbohydrates. It’s also good for anybody who has signs of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or metabolic syndrome.

However, this diet is not suitable for vegans who are gluten free.

This diet is a form of calorie restriction that is used for weight loss and possible life longevity. There are various ways to do IF, which range from alternate day fasting to fasting specific hours of each day. The most popular style of IF is a 8:16, which is when you eat 8 hours of the day and fast 16 hours of the day. This 8 hour period is called your eating window. The other type of common fasting is alternate day fasting, or when you eat your normal caloric intake 5 days a week, and then 2 days a week you have a severely restricted calorie intake ranging anywhere from 500-1200 calories. Some people have the ability to do a complete fast taking in no calories on these days. This is much easier when your body is producing ketones. A few others people usually incorporate IF into their ketogenic diet because ketones will stave off hunger and fasting produces ketones. This synergy makes these two protocols work symbiotically.

IF is good for people who like to eat larger meals less often, people who travel a lot, and people who don’t have time to eat often or don’t find themselves hungry often.

IF is not good for people who are always hungry, people who workout twice a day, high level athletes, people who have a history of eating disorders, or anyone with digestive disorders such.

Gluten is a protein found in wheat products, which can not be digested by people who have celiac disease (celiac is an allergy to wheat). Additionally, there are people who are gluten sensitive and they similarly have problems digesting gluten.

People with autoimmune disorders and leaky gut need to avoid gluten. The protein in gluten is mistaken by our body as a foreign antibody triggers the release of zonulin and sets off autoimmunity. Zonulin is the molecule that breaks down the tight junctions (or the glue) that hold our intestinal lining together causing leaky gut. When foreign particles get into our bloodstream through tight junctions, your body creates antibodies to break down that particle. This is part of a process called molecular mimicry, which sets off a series of antibodies to destroy that molecule (which is really just gluten) and this whole process exacerbates autoimmune disorders. This also leads to leaky gut, swollen joints and nervous system problems. Oftentimes when somebody is having a problem with gluten it will manifest itself in their skin and joints as well as their stomach.

People who should be gluten free include people with celiac disease, anyone with IBD (leaky gut) IBS-D, IBS-C, as well as anyone with an autoimmune disorder. There are over 100 autoimmune disorders. Some of the more common autoimmune disorders are thyroid disease, celiac, lyme, lupus, colitis, Chrons, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, psoriasis, Raynaud’s, rheumatoid arthritis, sjogren’s, type 1 diabetes, and vitiligo.

Keep in mind “gluten free products” are just as bad as eating gluten. It is best to eat foods that are naturally gluten free rather than alternatives to gluten, such as tapioca and potato starch, which can also cause inflammation in the gut (They also have very little fiber or nutrient density.)

The FODMAP diet stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. These are short chain carbohydrates found in food that can be poorly absorbed by some people, especially those with SIBO or IBS/IBD.

FODMAPS pull water into your intestinal tract and cause fermentation of bacteria. A FODMAP diet works through a two phase process. The first phase is eliminating all FODMAP foods for 4-6weeks and the second phase slowly reintroducing FODMAP foods into your diet.

Common FODMAP foods are fructose, lactose, fructans (wheat, onion, garlic), galactans (beans, lentils and legumes), polyols (sweeteners with sorbitol, mannitol, xylitol, & maltitol), and stone fruits, such as avocado, apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, and plums. Many people find the FODMAP diet to be overwhelming when reading about it, however, with proper guidance from an educated nutritionist this diet is very easy to follow and adhere to.

Also known as IIFYM or If It Fits Your Macros, this diet uses set calorie and macronutrient protocols which are specific to your age, weight, height, activity level and lifestyle. In other words, this diet breaks down your calories into macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates and fat) and allows you to be flexible in your food choices throughout the day (as long as you stay within your set calories and macros).

As with all nutrition plans, we always recommend whole, non-processed foods which are organic, non-GMO and anti-inflammatory. Flexible dieting is not an excuse to eat chocolate cake all day.

Working with Athleats Nutrition , you will learn about nutrient dense ideal food choices, nutrient timing, macronutrient balance and meal planning to reach your specific goals.

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