Hi there, I’m Taylor! I am a registered dietitian who uses an anti-diet, weight-inclusive approach to health, which means my work doesn’t center around weight loss diets.
While I have expertise in vegan nutrition and love helping vegans nourish themselves without feeling restricted or obsessed about food, I also work with non-vegans. We’re very inclusive over here!
I take a slow-and-steady approach in my work with nutrition counseling clients and love digging in, getting curious, and identifying what’s most effective for each client and their body. When you work with me, you are in the driver’s seat, with me alongside you to provide the level of guidance and support that works best for you. While I have a lot of expertise in nutrition, you are the expert of your body.
I love helping clients connect with their bodies, cultivate a peaceful relationship with food, and learn to better nourish and care for themselves through self-compassion.
I also believe that:
- We can all re-learn how to be intuitive eaters. If you’ve tried before and felt frustrated — know that it’s a process and takes practice. Many of us have spent years (if not decades) in a disastrous diet cycle, feeling at war with our bodies. Of course it’s going to take time to unlearn that!
- It’s normal to desire thinness in a culture that has conditioned us to believe that thin = beautiful and healthy. Approaching that desire with curiosity and compassion, rather than shame and judgment, is part of paving the path for a healthier body image.
- Every body deserves respect. Every body is valuable. Whether you are fat or thin, trans or cis, disabled or abled-bodied, queer or straight, I see your worth and dignity.
- We don’t have to love the way our bodies look in order to take care of them. In fact, when we are motivated by non-appearance reasons, we are more likely to establish long-term, healthy habits.
- We are all capable of connecting with our bodies. And sometimes it feels unsafe or challenging to be in our bodies. I make sure my clients have appropriate mental health support when diving into embodiment and somatic work.
- Food and body image struggles run deep. We can’t just flip a switch and change the way we think, but we can make decisions from a place of self-care rather than self-criticism.
- Liberation for everyone is imperative to dismantling diet culture, which is rooted in patriarchy and white supremacy.
I’ve cultivated these beliefs over years of learning not just about nutrition and healthcare, but also through extensive and ongoing education about oppression, justice and activism.
Our nutrition practice holds consistent anti-oppression as our core value, which means we understand that all oppression is linked, and that no one is free until everyone is free. This is why we are anti-racist, fat-positive, trans-inclusive, vegan registered dietitians.
Since becoming an RD, I have received additional training in vegan and vegetarian nutrition, body image, eating disorders, digestive disorders, gender diverse populations, somatic work, feminism, anti-racism, and more. I am committed to lifelong learning and invest in numerous training programs and clinical supervision each year.
When I’m not working, I love to practice yoga, cuddle with my cats, go for walks in my neighborhood, cook yummy vegan meals, try my hand at vegetable gardening, participate in local social justice groups, visit with friends and family, read (from my never-ending stack of nutrition and social justice books or fiction book from the library!), and travel to beautiful destinations with my husband for hiking and camping. You can follow along on Instagram @taylorwolframrd.
Want to Work Together?
To schedule nutrition counseling with Taylor, please fill out this form and we will be in touch.
Taylor works with adults who are interested in ditching diet mentality and embracing intuitive eating. Taylor is in-network with BCBS and is out-of-network with all other insurance providers.
Taylor Wolfram, MS, RDN, LDN, is the owner of Taylor Wolfram LLC, a weight-inclusive nutrition therapy practice. She specializes in vegan and vegetarian nutrition and created the Anti-Diet Vegan Nutrition Online Course. She is often invited to speak on podcasts and at health conferences about veganism, intuitive eating, weight stigma, and more. She received a BS in Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University and a MS in Family & Consumer Sciences with an emphasis in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics from Illinois State University.