Meaghan Ormsby is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and a Certified Intuitive Eating
Counselor. She specializes in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), disordered
eating, and intuitive eating. Meaghan has worked with eating and weight
concerns for over 10 years, providing individual
nutrition counseling as well as group education. Her experience and
expertise are focused on helping individuals to improve both their eating habits
and their relationship with food using a non-diet approach. Meaghan completed
her degree in Nutrition and her dietetic internship at California State
University, Long Beach.
Many women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) would like to incorporate nutrition
into their PCOS treatment plan.
The research tells us that nutrition makes a significant difference and
is a first-line treatment with PCOS, improving symptoms, insulin sensitivity,
and ovulation. The goal of nutrition
therapy with PCOS is to optimize glucose and insulin release. This can be done without deprivation and
without food elimination.
PCOS Seattle is a monthly support group that Meaghan
facilitates for women with PCOS.
Disordered eating and eating disorders can look many different ways. Meaghan treats anorexia, bulimia, binge
eating, emotional eating, chronic dieting, and the variety of other conditions
in which food has become more than fuel. If you or your loved one is struggling
with an eating disorder, establishing care with a team (Registered Dietitian,
psychotherapist, physician, and sometimes a psychiatrist) allows for a
comprehensive treatment plan.
"As a Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, I
believe that everyone has the ability to become a normal, healthy, intuitive
eater. Everyone's journey is unique and my role is to support you in your
Consultations available for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), diabetes, eating
disorders, and Intuitive Eating in Seattle (Edmonds), WA and Bellevue, WA.
Contact Sound Nutrition for an initial consultation.
Sound Nutrition Counseling
accepts Regence, Aetna, and Premera
insurance. Insurance coverage depends on your plan. A doctor referral is not a
guarantee of coverage. Have questions about insurance paying for nutrition
visits? Contact your insurance co.