Let's start where you are. 

At Real Good Nutrition, I believe in an individualized, personal approach to help you meet your goals. Whether you want to improve your relationship with food, manage your digestive issues, start a nutrition plan for a newly diagnosed chronic health condition, manage your weight, improve energy, move more, find mindfulness with food, or simply feel better, I offer different services that keep who you are at the forefront. 

Feel free to email me with any questions.

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Individual Counseling

Work one-on-one with me to create a personalized plan to meet your individual nutrition, health, or wellness goals on your terms. No judgement... ever.

Using evidence-based practice rooted in science, I specialize in providing Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) for a variety of health conditions, medically-prescribed nutrition plans, and overall wellness goals. I focus on balance while promoting sustainable lifestyle changes. No quick fixes or miracle green drinks.

Different packages are available to meet your needs and budget, all with unlimited virtual support for up to 1 month between visits. Want me to check out a restaurant's menu before you go? I'd love to. Need another set of eyes on that crock pot recipe? I got you. And it's all at your fingertips. Single session counseling appointments are available as well. Click below to learn more or schedule your free 15-minute consultation call to see if Real Good Nutrition is a good fit for you.

In-person sessions are available for residents of Madison, WI and surrounding areas.

Virtual sessions are available for all residents of Wisconsin and Illinois.

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Group Work

If you have a group of friends, family, or coworkers that would love to learn about a nutrition topic together, Real Good Nutrition has you covered. I offer interactive classes, group discussions, and speaking engagements for 2+ individuals. All you need to do is pick a topic!


Grocery store tours

I know grocery stores can be an overwhelming place to say the least, especially if you are just starting out on your nutrition goals. Let me help you navigate which aisles to hit, tricks for reading labels, and how to shop on a budget. I can also customize your tour to meet any specific health concerns. You'll leave with the Real Good Guide to grocery shopping and new-found confidence during your next trip to the store. Group, couples, and private tours are available.

Ask me about special rates for existing clients!






I have always struggled with knowing how to eat healthy. I use to think that the meals I was cooking were healthy, but never saw the results in my weight or overall health. My goals in meeting with Emmy were to learn how to eat to fuel my body and to understand recipes and ingredients so that I can cook healthier meals. She helped me understand how to plan meals for the week, which included how to structure my eating throughout the day and taught me what to look for and avoid in recipes. I used her grocery store consultation to learn how to read labels and substitute unhealthy recipe ingredients. Working with Emmy I learned not only how to cook better, healthier, more rounded dishes, I feel so much better knowing what I am putting in my body is good!




When my annual physical revealed some surprising news about my cholesterol levels, I wasn't sure what to do. Emmy helped interpret my test results and offered realistic solutions for my diet that were based on my food preferences. My doctor didn't give me any of this information. Emmy helped me feel empowered to make changes for my health, and I'm really grateful to her.




I suddenly found myself dealing with GERD, AKA acid reflux. It came on quickly and was pretty uncomfortable. Not to mention that the standard advice--don't eat X and Y and Z--is so limiting. I wanted to talk with someone who's a gut expert, and Emmy was a great find. She gave me a rundown of good options, and she helped explain what was going on. She's a great listener, and she brings a human approach to the treatment--unlike GI docs' "don't eat anymore" approach.