About

My name is Katie Jones and I’m a Registered Dietitian committed to helping people eat well and live well.  I have a Master’s Degree from Colorado State University and am a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as Dietitians in Integrated and Functional Medicine practice group.

With experience gained from working at Rose Medical Center I expanded my knowledge base to GI nutrition and continue to see clients at Summit Gastroenterology and Digestive Wellness Center with Dr Aaron Burrows.  I have also recently become a Certified LEAP Therapist to help with food sensitivites/intolerances. Now I’m excited to start private consulting.

My practice provides:

  • Nutrition evaluations
  • Business consulting
  • Health coaching
  • Food Sensitivity testing
  • Email/phone coaching

I am passionate about what I do and I look forward to passing on my gained experience and knowledge to you!

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Katie – Congrats on your new venture! Glad to see you are still so passionate about nutrition! I keep meaning to start a nutrition blog, but can never seem to get around to it. After working at the health dept for 2.5 yrs, I am taking a break from nutrition and am helping my husband get his law firm established. Also expecting our first baby in June, so am very excited about becoming a mama. If I am ever in Denver, I will look you up!

  2. I think I may have food sensitivities – especially to soy, milk, gluten, and corn. Have not had much help with this, unfortunately. Had allergy testing which showed no allergies despite symptoms that start sometimes immediately upon eating those things. Feel lost because don’t have much support other than people saying they can’t do much – there’s no reliable testing, etc.

    would like to get tested. Have united healthcare choice plus and wonder what they would cover.

    Getting tired of not knowing for certain what’s going on. Too late even to test for gluten because I don’t want to eat it for a month. Would there be benefit to getting tested? How reliable are the tests? What office would you recommend making an appointment with you?

    • Thanks for contacting me. I would be happy to work with you and determine if an elimination diet might be helpful or if you would be a good candidate for MRT food sensitivity testing. Unfortunately United Healthcare does not cover much of this blood test; however they may cover your visits with me. Contact them to find out what kind of nutrition coverage you have. As for gluten, you would need to be eating it in order to be tested for celiac disease but there is the possibility of having a sensitivity to it without having celiac. I do recommend celiac testing in general but do not find that the other gluten tests are very accurate. Seeing a reduction in symptoms with avoidance is a good indication of a sensitivity.

      If you want to make an appointment, you can call 303-320-1111 at the Summit GI office in Denver. I see clients on Fridays.

      Thanks,
      Katie

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