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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 son, Charlie!
Nichole grew up in Seattle, WA but now resides in Addison, TX with her husband, Gannon, son, Charlie, and two dachshunds, Bella and Lucy. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition Sciences from Baylor University and is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.
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, Peloton cycling, and getting outside by going on daily walks with her family!
Nichole is able to see clients both virtually and in person at their office in Frisco, TX. She is available for both nutrition consulting and the functional evaluation.
Sarah is a Functional Nutritionist at Short & Sweet Nutrition, as well as a Pilates instructor and Certified Functional Strength Coach. Sarah grew up in Texas, but has lived in France and Washington, D.C. She holds a B.A. in International Studies from Texas A&M University, and an M.A. in Global Communication from the Elliott School for International Affairs at The George Washington University.
She worked in the field of exploitative labor issues at the US Department of Labor for several years before returning to her home state. She transitioned to a career in holistic wellness because of her own health struggles, and is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Sarah is passionate about empowering women to take charge of their own health. Her own experiences with hormonal imbalances, hypothyroidism, and blood sugar dysregulation drive her to help other women overcome these issues with a functional and holistic approach.
Sarah lives with her husband, Ben, and their cat, Eleanor (better known as Beaker) in Houston’s First Ward. She enjoys reading, walking with her husband, Reformer Pilates, and creating healthy recipes for the lazy chef! Sarah is available to see clients virtually at this time for nutrition consulting.
Aria is a Functional Nutritionist at Short & Sweet Nutrition as well as a stay at home mom. Aria is from Portland, OR but now lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband, William, and their two kids Andrew and Ellie Rose.
Aria is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. After living on restrictive diets most of her life and battling chronic immune system dysfunction for years, she has become passionate about helping women to break free from diet culture and deprivation mindsets. She also specializes in degenerative diseases, autoimmune support, skin issues, and hormonal rebalancing.
In her free time, Aria enjoys researching all things wellness, cooking healthy meals that taste good, gardening, writing and performing music (though she doesn’t find much time for that in this season), hiking, and being outdoors.
Aria is available to see clients virtually for nutrition consulting at this time.
Ashley is a Functional Nutritionist at Short & Sweet Nutrition. She grew up in the Texas Hill Country in Marble Falls, TX but now resides in Dallas, TX. Ashley has a Bachelor's Degree in International Studies with a focus in Communications and is certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.
Ashley has Type One Diabetes and Hypothyroidism - she’s had her fair share of all the struggles that comes with autoimmune disease. Because of her own story, she is incredibly passionate about making nutrition simple - because it should be. 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. Food has the power to heal and loves nutritional therapy and a functional approach because of the focus on identifying the root cause of what is going on in the body.
In her free time, Ashley enjoys making new Spotify playlists to fit every mood, nights in listening to loud music and cooking a new recipe, getting lost in a book or tv show, and hanging out with her friends or family as much as she can.
Ashley is available to see clients virtually for nutrition consulting at this time.
Kristen is a Functional Nutritionist at Short & Sweet Nutrition. She grew up in Dallas, TX but now resides in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Matt, and Husky, Koda. She is passionate about empowering women to create a life they love by showing them how to embrace the body they’ve been given.
Kristen was a graphic designer by trade, having graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor's in Graphic Design, until her drive for supporting women’s vitality took over and she became certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association as a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Having spent many debilitating years suffering through anxiety, depression and mysterious health problems, Kristen got her life back when she took up whole foods and mindfulness. Now, her mission is to help struggling women find that same restoration and confidence so they can take on the world with the joy they deserve.
Kristen is available to see clients virtually for nutrition consulting at this time.