Kaitlin Williams Eckstein, MPH, RD, LDRegistered Dietitian, Director of Social Media
Kaitlin is a masters level Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Maryland who is passionate about helping her clients reach their health and wellness goals.
She is also a culinary nutritionist whose desire is to help individuals make nutritious, home-cooked meals a reality.
- Heart Health
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
- Kaitlin leads tours in local grocery stores, focusing on eating with diabetes
- Master of Public Health degree in Nutrition
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
- Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
- Diabetes Care and Education (DCE) Dietetic Practice Group
- Women’s Health (WH) Practice Group
- Behavioral Health Nutrition (BHN) Practice Group
More About Kaitlin
Kaitlin changed career paths after realizing her true passion was helping others lead healthier lives. She returned to school to complete her Master of Public Health degree in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill. From there, she went on to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to provide nutrition counseling to those struggling with diabetes, kidney disease, weight management, PCOS, or other chronic conditions.
An Annapolis native with a strong culinary background, Kaitlin’s mission is to empower others to reach their health goals by encouraging them to get back into the kitchen. Kaitlin teaches individuals how to prepare simple, healthy meals even in the midst of a stressful lifestyle. Kaitlin works with clients to help them overcome the barriers that often get in the way of reaching their goals.
Kaitlin became a dietitian because of her own health journey. She made sustainable nutrition and lifestyle changes that helped her reach her goals and now she works to empower others to do the same. In her spare time, Kaitlin likes creating new recipes, hiking and traveling to new places. She and her husband recently purchased their first house where they live with their two pups, Oliver the goldendoodle and Gus Gus the sheepadoodle.
Kaitlin enjoys teaching others about cooking, online and in person. You can watch her on a local TV show, “Let’s Talk Sarcoidosis,” as she and Klara Knezevic, RD, LD, taught host Dorothea how to prepare a simple meal featuring anti-inflammatory spices. She has also appeared on numerous Facebook Live videos, where she prepares nutritious meals right in the Greenbelt office.
Kaitlin Eckstein’s favorite nutrition articles:
“Kaitlin was very understanding. She took her time with me. She is eager to come up with a plan for me once all the tests are completed to determine a baseline.”
“Kaitlin was very helpful and took time to explain all of my concerns.”
“I found Kaitlin to be very supportive and compassionate. She was extremely professional. I look forward to our next appointment.”
“I really enjoyed my first visit with Kaitlin, she was easy to talk to and shared lots of great information. Looking forward to my next visit and having a great resource to help me achieve my goals.”
“We had a great introductory session. Providers and staff are very friendly and took the time to listen to and address concerns.”