Hi there - I am Caitlin Lewis, a Registered Dietitian, mother, wife, chef and a lover of all things food. I am originally from Norfolk, Virginia and recently moved with my family down to the Lowcountry. I have been a dietitian for 7 years and am excited to have my own business based out of Bluffton, SC.
I love food - I love cooking it, and I love eating it. My kitchen is where you will find me in my free time. I love trying new recipes and sharing my food with my friends and family. Perhaps it’s no surprise, I went to Johnson & Wales to get my degree in Culinary Arts. Once I completed that, I wanted to learn more. Health has always been another passion of mine. I loved making healthy food delicious. I went back to Johnson & Wales and got a second degree in Culinary Nutrition. I felt the best way to blend all of my previous knowledge was to become a dietitian. I completed my Master’s degree in Health and Human Performance during my dietetic internship at McNeese State University. Throughout my education and professional experience, I have learned that eating healthy doesn't have to be hard, expensive or time consuming.
All dietitians have a slightly different approach with their clients. I try to teach simple, sustainable lifestyle changes. I don’t focus on weight loss, fad diets, or anything that makes you feel bad about your food choices. I believe all foods are fair game. If you want some chocolate cake, have it! We will work together to find the right blend of foods that work for you. I want my clients to have a healthy relationship with food and understand how to incorporate their favorite treats into a well-balanced diet.
When I think of the word diet, I think of something temporary. What I focus on is not dieting, but making simple changes here and there that are sustainable. If you are someone who is interested in making long term health changes and working with my non-diet approach, I’d love to help you optimize your health and have fun while doing it! I want to help set you free from feelings of guilt or deprivation and give you the tools so you can make your own healthy choices.