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If you find that you connect with one nutritionist over another based on their story or niche, feel free to request them when booking an appointment!  


Nichole McCahill

Founder & Functional Nutritionist

Nichole is the Founder and a Functional Nutritionist at Short & Sweet Nutrition as well as a stay at home mom to her three young children.


Nichole grew up in Seattle, WA but now resides in Plano, TX with her husband, Gannon, sons, Charlie and Chance, daughter, Maddie and dachshund, Lucy. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition Sciences from Baylor University, is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and is also certified in Gateway to Practical Homeopathy I & II by Joette Calabrese. 


Nichole is extremely passionate about helping women with blood sugar issues, hormonal imbalance, and mood disorders. Her own experience with these health issues is what drives her passion and determination to break the patterns she experienced in traditional healthcare with her holistic and functional approach. In her free time, Nichole enjoys reading all things nutrition or mystery-related, coming up with new sugar-free recipes, attending a workout class, and getting outside by going on daily trips to the local park with her family!


Nichole is able to see clients both virtually (for Nutritional Consulting $399 per month) and in person (for Functional Evaluations only) at her home in Plano, TX. Please see our services page for more pricing details and descriptions of the services. 


Megan Taylor

Functional Nutritionist & Administrative Assistant

Megan is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Administrative Assistant at Short & Sweet Nutrition.


She was born and raised in Kentucky where she currently resides with her husband, Allen, and two dachshunds Copper and Dax. She has an Associate’s Degree in Business and is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. 


Years of numerous failed attempts with conventional healthcare led to a functional approach for a myriad of symptoms she had endured even as a child. After her own experience of working with an FNTP she quickly realized how life giving the guidance and support she received was. 


Megan is eager to partner with women who are advocating for their health journeys. She is passionate in helping them with digestion, hormonal imbalance, and chronic stress. In her free time she enjoys reading, daily walks, gardening, traveling with her husband, and listening to podcasts. 


Megan is available to see clients virtually at this time for nutrition consulting ($199 per month). 


Ashley Kuhlmann

Functional Nutritionist 

Ashley is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner at Short & Sweet Nutrition. 

She grew up in the Texas Hill Country of Marble Falls but now resides in Dallas, TX. Ashley has a Bachelor's Degree in International Studies with a focus in Communications from Texas A&M University and is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Ashley also has a certification in blood chemistry through Master Blood Chemistry with Em and is working on her certification to become an Integrative Health Practitioner.  

Ashley was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes when she was 15 years old, and felt out of control of her own life for years. In college, she completed a Whole30 and was amazed at how good she felt and realized how crucial food truly was for healing and managing her own health and body. She began diving into the world of functional wellness and nutrition and never looked back. 

Because of her own story, she is incredibly passionate about addressing the root cause and making nutrition simple - because it should be. She believes that God created our bodies with the ability to heal and gave us so many of the tools to do so. Learning the power of eating whole, nutrient-dense foods has changed how she lives her life and she wants to share it with everyone she knows. 

In her free time, Ashley enjoys spending as much time outside as she can, daily slow walks, making new Spotify playlists to fit every season, dancing in the kitchen and cooking, getting lost in a mystery, a thriller, or a cheesy rom-com book or tv show, and hanging out with her friends or family as much as she can. She is a life-long learner - whether it’s trying to pick up a new instrument, language, or nutrition concept. She loves to host people and tries to make friends everywhere she goes. 

Ashley is able to see clients both virtually (for Nutritional Consulting - $199 per month) and in person (for Functional Evaluations only) at her home in Carrollton, TX. 

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