Meet Ryah Nabielski, MS, RDN
Hi, I’m Ryah (pronounced Ree-ah) and I’m not your typical dietitian. Starting out in environmental studies and sustainable agriculture, I was always interested in how we are connected to the earth through the food we eat. That led me to my graduate work at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington, the leading whole food and natural medicine-based nutrition program in the country, providing a solid foundation in functional nutrition and clinical experience. I started my private practice, Eco Nutrition, in 2009 while completing additional training in eating psychology, eating disorders, food sensitivities, women’s health and functional medicine. I have worked with Marc David, Dr. Mark Hyman and other health leaders to reshape how we connect to food and ourselves.
Through my own unexpected challenges preparing my body for pregnancy, pregnancy and the postpartum period, I recognized how deeply we, as women, need to give ourselves more compassion and grace during times of transition. It reinforced my passion to help more women prioritize their own health and self-care, while navigating their roles as the life givers and pillars of strength in this world. That’s when I forged my own path, and redefined my practice and mission, so I can help more women navigate fertility, hormone balance, and creating a relationship with food that is aligned with their unique bodies.
I live in Denver, Colorado with my partner and our young daughter. We love exploring nature, local food, walking, resting and enjoying all the beauty and simplicity of life.
Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition - Bastyr University
Bachelor of Science in International Relations and the Environment - University of Wisconsin- Madison
Certificate in Environmental Studies - University of Wisconsin- Madison
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN)
Licensed Dietitian (LD) in Oregon
Integrated Supervised Practice Pathways (ISPP) Self-Directed Dietetic Internship
Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT)
Certified Eating Psychology Counselor (CEPC)
What is Functional Nutrition?
Through a food-as-medicine approach that honors each person's unique biochemistry, genetics, preferences and lifestyle, we'll work together to uncover connections and dig deep to find root causes of your health challenges. Together, we turn to nature, traditional wisdom and science to understand your nutrition and physiology. Instead of prescribing rules to follow, we understand the 'why' to create a plan that is healing, realistic and in tune with your life. From fertility to hormonal to autoimmune health, you deserve the knowledge to make your own choices and always remain the #1 expert of your body.
You have the power to simplify life with a connected conscience that is sustainable for you and the earth.
Tools and resources we may use together include: Medical Nutrition Therapy, functional lab testing, high quality supplements, herbal medicine, homeopathy, lifestyle medicine, mind-body approaches, intuitive eating, improving relationship with food and body, self-care and self-love.
Restore your body with preventative medicine, and invest in your health.
Cultivate awareness, care and love for yourself.
Connect with Nature
Reconnect to the earth through the foods you eat.
Understand the microbiome, epigenomics and other cutting-edge research that give us new clues.