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abby m nutrition

Hi, I'm Abby, a registered dietitian specializing in digestive health. Have you ever felt like your digestion has a mind of its own? If you've ever struggled with stomach issues, relentless bloating, puzzling food sensitivities, or confusing skin problems, I can relate. My mission is to be your partner in wellness, uncover the root causes of your symptoms, and empower you with knowledge for lasting wellness. I don't believe in quick fixes; I'm all about understanding your body and its needs. Constant cravings, fatigue, acne, and food-overwhelm don’t have to be chronic. 

Outside of work, you'll find me exploring coffee shops, indulging in fantasy books, rewatching the Vampire Diaries, or tending to my growing plant family.

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My interest in nutrition began when my brother was diagnosed with celiac disease. When I personally faced unresolved digestive issues and conventional methods didn't provide relief, I embraced a functional approach. Uncovering the root cause of my own problems inspired me to help others heal using this perspective. I've lived through the daily struggles: the fear of food, constant bathroom searches, and frustration despite doing everything "right." 

why i'm invested in your care:


  • Bachelor's Degree in Dietetics - University of Central Missouri

  • Internship -  Medical University of South Carolina

  • Certification in Gluten-Related Disorders - Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

  • Listed on as a celiac disease specialist 

  • Functional Medicine Practitioner Institute Program- Nutrition By Robyn

  • Committed to ongoing continuing education to stay updated on the latest developments in digestive health


  • Completed 1200 supervised practice hours as one of 12 interns at the Medical University of South Carolina

  • Worked inpatient and outpatient settings from 2019-2022 caring for a variety of disease states

  • Owner of Abby M Nutrition LLC

  • Successfully addressed a wide range of digestive issues, including IBS, SIBO, celiac disease, parasites, bacterial/yeast overgrowths, and gallbladder issues

my background

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