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Meet Kaitlyn Pscodna,
Sports and Eating Disorder Dietitian

Growing up, sports were a central part of my life, thanks to my father's roles as head football coach and athletic director. However, it wasn't until my personal struggle and recovery from an eating disorder that I discovered my love for nutrition and decided to pursue a career as an eating disorder and sports dietitian. I help athletes and active individuals fuel their body without a side of diet culture, specializing in disordered eating, eating disorders and Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDS)My passion lies in helping others break free from diet culture, develop a positive relationship with food/their body and achieve peak performance. 

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university of northwestern st paul volleyball
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60 minute initial assessment

This session is focused on getting to know you! We'll dive deep into your medical history and clarify your nutrition goals to create a personalized action plan!


30 minute follow up

Swift follow-up to discuss your progress and fine-tune your nutrition goals to help move towards “success” (saying “NO!” to diet culture once and for all!)



Elevate your understanding of eating disorders or sports nutrition with tailored presentations by your favorite eating disorder and sports dietitian. My in-depth knowledge spans various domains, including eating disorders, disordered eating, sports nutrition and Relative Energy Deficiency In Sport (REDS).


“Kaitlyn completely reshaped my relationship with food. After dieting my entire life, building many unhealthy habits, measuring everything from food to inches, cutting out ‘bad food’ and living in a vicious cycle of binging and restricting, I was sick and tired of living this way. Kaitlyn helped me tackle my issues one by one, reshaped my thinking, got me to eat guilt-free and accept my body for what it is. It’s not an easy road and there were a lot of ups and downs when it came to trusting the process, especially when she asked me to bring my forbidden food home and encouraged me to eat it. Kaitlyn was super patient and when I finally let go, I saw my mind completely shift and my toxic diet behaviors disappear. Thanks to Kaitlyn I’m well on the road to being binge-free, relearning to eat intuitively and getting my body to trust me again.”

Recent Collaborations

university of minnesota
upper midwest athletic conference
st catherine university
university of northwestern st paul
women coaches symposium
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