What is Silver Spoons Nutrition?
SSN is your source for all things integrative nutrition related, curated nutrition updates, and 1-1 nutrition coaching that help you live a sustainable healthy lifestyle.
Welcome to Silver Spoons Nutrition! I am Margot Witteveen, MS, RDN, LD- Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist, the voice behind Silver Spoons Nutrition. I am your true integrative and functional nutrition expert. I have the training and credentials to help you address medical nutrition issue. As a practitioner of integrative and functional nutrition, I believe in treating the body, mind, and the spirit.
Silver Spoons Nutrition will help you:
Heal the Gut
Hormone Support (Estrogen Balance, Sluggish thyroid, PCOS)
Diet for your lifestyle
Improvement in Over-All Well being
Integrate Mind-Body Modalities (acupuncture, yoga)
If you have considered making healthy changes in your life, you may want to experience the benefits of working 1:1 with a qualified nutrition professional, who is dedicated to your health and well-being.
SSN has Integrative Nutrition Services find the plan that fits your needs.
I will help you nourish the body and the mind.
I hold a Master's Degree in nutrition from Georgia State University (GSU) and completed my dietetic internship at Southern Regional Medical Center. My research at GSU was published in Marathon and Beyond.
My path to integrative and functional nutrition started when I knew there was more to nutrition than diet and exercise. Also that small nutritional inadequacies could lead to larger problems down the road. Plus, I feel the combination of western and eastern medicine can have a powerful synergistic effect on healing the body.
I am a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. I am also a member of the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Nutrition and Womens' Health Group.
Wishing you well in mind and body,
Why Consult a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)?
All registered dietitians nutritionist (RDN) are nutritionists (obviously) but not all nutritionists are registered dietitians. RDNs must fullfill a specially designed, accredited nutrition program. In addition to holding at least a Bachelor's degree an RDN must complete an internship and pass a rigorous national registration exam. More than half of RDNs hold graduate degrees with additional certifications.
An RDN will provide:
1. Highest level of nutrition counseling
2. Customized recommendations
3. Assist with managing chronic diseases
4. Assist with food allergies & sensitivities