Kathleen Tabb RDN, LDN, CLTRegistered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified LEAP Therapist
Kathleen earned a dietetics degree from the University of Dayton and completed her internship at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is currently completing a graduate degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine as she is passionate about seeing a person as an interconnected whole instead of a diagnosis.
Kathleen’s specialties include diabetes, digestive health, heart health and food sensitivities.
As a certified LEAP therapist she can help you solve your digestive difficulties with cutting edge research and state of the art protocols.
- Heart Health
- Food sensitivities
- Low FODMAP’s
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD)
- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
- Acid Reflux (GERD)
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
- Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
- Certified LEAP Therapist
- Maryland Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine (DIFM)
- Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE), Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Fody Affiliate
More About Kathleen
Kathleen grew up in the DC area where both of her parents are actively involved in healthcare. This has helped inspire her pursuit towards a career in dietetics.
Kathleen’s personal experiences with food sensitivities has instilled in her a passion to help others win their own battles with sensitivities and other digestive issues. Kathleen’s insight into the realities of these struggles provide her with the compassion necessary to help support her clients during their journey to overcome the fear of foods that have caused such unpleasant reactions.
One article that Kathleen wants you to read is Three Things You Should Know about Gut Health.
Outside of her work as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Kathleen enjoys being active and playing sports, spending time at the beach, watching the Washington Capitals, and traveling with friends and family.
“This was such a nice visit. Got what I wanted and wasn’t talked into anything I didn’t expect. Kathleen was very easy to talk to.”
“Kathleen was very helpful in that she reinforced information that I had known but was no longer using. She also gave me a list of meals that I could select the types of food to be eaten at each meal. Thank you.”
“II have never been to a dietician and I just recently had my first appointment with Kathleen. She was knowledgeable about celiac disease and answered all of my questions.”
“Kathleen was very approachable and conducted the appointment in a very organized way with clear goals for the next visit.”
“Kathleen was personable, knowledgeable and supportive in explaining the program to me. Really appreciated her supportive approach to my health management.”
“Kathleen was very helpful in that she reinforced information that I had known but was no longer using. She also gave me a list of meals that I could select the types of food to be eaten at each meal. Thank you”
“I thought Kathleen was friendly and knowledgeable. She made me feel comfortable. I would recommend her and your office to family and friends.”
“Very warm and friendly, very knowledgeable. With all my issues she never once made me feel I was a complete mess. I felt free to open up because she wanted to dig deeper into my issues to get the the root cause. That’s exactly why I’m here! No full answers yet but getting closer.”
“I am very excited and pleased with my appointment and future testing. I now have great hope that I won’t be sick for the rest of my life, or at least eat food that won’t make my body hate me. I look forward to my food sensitivity results.”
“Appreciated that Kathleen was very organized- she made very good use of the time I had with her to try to understand my concerns and to begin to work with me to make changes. She seemed knowledgeable and willing to listen.”
“Kathleen was personable, knowledgeable and supportive in explaining the program to me. Really appreciated her supportive approach to my health management. Looking forward to my next visit with Kathleen.”