Hi There & Welcome!
I'm Aubrey Golbek, registered dietitian and nutrition therapist. I'm passionate about helping others bring joy, satisfaction & confidence back into nourishing their bodies, and I do it through a grace fueled approach.
At Grace Fueled Nutrition, my goal is to help you renew the way you eat and think about food, your body & health. As a nutrition therapist, I walk along side my clients as they learn to listen to and honor their body's needs--providing tailored solutions to cultivate a simpler, healthier relationship with food & body.
My own body image and relationship with food were transformed when I learned how to eat intuitively and nurture body acceptance. I eat ALL foods that I enjoy & those that help my body function at it's best, and I'll teach you how to do the same!
I attended the University of Arkansas, where I obtained a bachelors of science in human nutrition and hospitality with a concentration in dietetics. During my time at the U of A, I was a member of the women's swim & dive team. It was my career as a collegiate athlete that led me to the field of nutrition and placed in me a heart for working with other athletes and those struggling with food and body image concerns. After receiving my bachelor's degree, I went on to study nutrition for physical performance and advanced medical nutrition and received my master's from Saint Louis University, where I also completed a one year dietetic internship. I began my career as a clinical dietitian working in a hospital to provide medical nutrition therapy in the acute care setting. In 2017, after the birth of my son, I launched my private practice to partner with individuals on their own health and healing journeys.
I started Grace Fueled Nutrition so that I could help people break free from restrictive eating, guilt and shame over their bodies. I teach people how to nourish their mind, body and soul for over all well-being. I specialize in intuitive eating, sports nutrition and women's wellness and have training in healing body image and disordered eating.
Are you sick of dieting and feeling like you're not enough? Are you confused on what to eat and tired of feeling fearful of food, yet guilty at the same time? My approach to nutrition counseling is rooted in grace and self-compassion. I practice evidence-based nutrition, which means I do not recommend diets or unrealistic food rules. I believe that health is extremely individual and can be cultivated at any size. This means that I don't focus on weight loss with clients, but instead focus on fostering a healthy relationship with food and body through tailored nutrition and self-care recommendations, intuitive eating and body image healing. You're so much more than what you eat and likewise, your health is so much more than a one-size fits all diet plan. Let's work together to bring joy, satisfaction and confidence back into nourishing your body!
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) through Commission on Dietetic Registration
Licensed Dietitian (LD) in Oklahoma and Missouri
Masters of Science (MS) in Nutrition and Dietetics: Nutrition and Physical Performance, Saint Louis University
Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics