Yogurt parfait bowl with orange juice, bread, orange, and avocado

Hi, I’m Katie!

I’m Katie Massman, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Exercise Physiologist, and stay-at-home mom based in northeast Missouri. It’s my passion to help women with PCOS balance their hormones, eliminate symptoms, love their bodies and live their best life!

But not by giving them more food rules to follow. We don’t need any more of those!

Food is a love language and beautiful gift. Yet, these days there’s so much fear and guilt surrounding it. We should all get to enjoy our favorite dessert without worry what’s going to happen to our bodies!

My first job as a dietitian was nutrition counseling at an employee wellness clinic at a school system in Tennessee (I loved that job!). I got to work with hundreds of women (and men and children, too) with various health conditions and goals, including PCOS. I’ve seen how nutrition can affect health for the better!

I’ve also seen how our fat-phobic society’s obsession with beauty encourages restrictive diets, poor body image, and disordered eating. 

These standards hurt people with PCOS even more. I’ve felt this first-hand, as I have PCOS, too. I used to hate my body because of this.

We are all so desperate to be loved, accepted and respected. Everyone deserves this, and it fuels my fire to help those with PCOS eliminate symptoms while improving their relationship with their bodies and food! 

And some not-so-serious facts about me:

If I could do anything, I’d own an ice cream shop. Yep, the dietitian wants an ice cream shop.

I’m a wife and mom of two, and we are ALL redheads. There’s a LOT of spice in my house!

I’m a huge fan of Gilmore Girls. I collect pottery of all kinds. And I love Jesus. Let’s be friends!

 

Happy to have you here!

 

With joy,

Katie Massman, RDN

What I Offer

PCOS NUTRITION GUIDE

Eat the foods you enjoy with an additive mindset to balance hormones.

COACHING

Virtual 1:1 coaching using a non-diet approach to address your PCOS causes and symptoms, without dieting and body shame.

BLOG

Healthy recipes and tips to manage your PCOS while still eating the foods you love.