I’m a Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer actively blending my passion for food with my love of fitness and an active, healthy lifestyle!
Depressed, anxious and not comfortable in my own skin, I dove into the world of fitness head on, finding confidence and empowerment through weight lifting. However, I quickly realized the true achievement of a “healthy lifestyle” wasn’t found only in the gym.
I threw myself back into the world of nutrition, looking for answers beyond a pill to address my hormone imbalance, gut issues and acne. That was the start of my belief that food is medicine, but also fuel. ‘Medicine’ to address underlying nutrient deficiencies and also fuel to shape body composition and nourish a healthy metabolism.
I help my clients ditch the diets, become strong and confident, and develop habits to support a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. One of my favorite quotes is “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to START to be great.” I motivate and support my clients to START, because I realize how scary, yet rewarding, that first step can be.
Caroline O'Connor is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Functional Health Coach and Certified Personal Trainer. She graduated from Miami University (OH), with her Bachelor of Science in both Exercise Science & Dietetics, and then went on to complete her dietetic internship with a sports nutrition & entrepreneurship concentration.
She is a Dietitian & Advanced coach at Nutrition Dynamic, one of the top health coaching companies in the United States. Caroline also serves as Director of Education for Metabolic Mentor University, an education company centered around changing the future of healthcare and equipping health practitioners with the tools they need to succeed.
Caroline believes it’s important to always remain a student and recently received her IFNCP credential in February of 2023. (Integrative & Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner). In her free time you can find her traveling, gardening, making homemade non-toxic candles, cooking up a storm, working out, or adventuring with her dog, Jayda.