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Bethany Frazier, RDN, LD - The Kansas City Dietitian

Bethany Frazier, MS, RDN, LD

Hi there, I’m Bethany, the owner of the Kansas City Dietitian. I have always loved to cook and experiment in the kitchen. I started my career in corporate wellness and realized that if my real goal was to help people I needed more specific training. That is when I decided to return to school to become a dietitian.

I have called Kansas City home for over 20 years. My husband and I have made our home here with our two children and our sweet pup. 

As the Kansas City Dietitian, I coach individual clients, provide corporate wellness opportunities,  serve as a media spokesperson and course blog every once in a while. My specialities are: IBS, the Low FODMAP diet, GI Issues, picky eating,  sports nutrition, and weight management (mindful eating).

Contact Bethany to get started on your journey towards better health.

Megan Harper, MS, RD, LD, CLT

 
I became interested in nutrition while playing filed hockey at Missouri State University. I wanted to know how food could enhance my performance, so I majored in dietetics.  I moved to Kansas City from St. Louis for my first job and I fell in love with the city.  
 
Fast forward several years, my mom. and later myself, were diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and she was handed a bottle of Miralax to take daily. This was the only recommendation made to her with no discussion on diet, lifestyle, or supplements. I knew there had to be more to the story, so I started to dig into the research and look outside the box. I became certified with food sensitivities, utilizing the mediator release test (MRT) , and I recently enrolled in an 18-month integrative and functional nutrition certification program. I am happy to say that both my mom and I have worked through our IBS symptoms and I’m ready to help you with yours! 
 
I help patients dig into the “why” of their health problems and address both diet and lifestyle. I specialize in GI disorders, autoimmune conditions, hormonal issues, and lifestyle changes.     
 
Still have questions? Contact the Kansas City Dietitian.