Want to know more about Kyle?
While Kyle’s specialty lies in affirmative care for transgender and gender diverse individuals, his skills extend to all who are struggling to meet their nutritional needs. His goal is to treat nutritional deficiencies from the root cause and his expertise extends to diabetes prevention and treatment, liver and kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, and GI distress. He is also passionate about preventative and functional nutrition to help prevent illness from starting and to support patients in building the healthiest version of themselves.
When he’s not meeting with clients or working to finish his master’s degree in human nutrition, you can find Kyle cooking and enjoying a meal with his husband, hiking with his pup Fitz, or hitting the indoor climbing wall. Once he completes his Master’s Degree he plans to have ample time for camping and travel, which are a couple of his other hobbies.
Kyle graduated from culinary school in 2009 and Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition – Dietetics. During his time at MSU Denver he took Dr. Kelsey’s courses in herbal medicine and botanical pharmacology. He soon became her teaching assistant, clinic intern, and employee in 2020. He then pursued and completed his dietetic Internship in the greater Philadelphia area and graduated in Spring of 2022 while also working toward his Master of Science in Human Nutrition. Kyle is thrilled that his journey with the clinic has come full circle and he’s excited to be part of your care team at the Denver Naturopathic Clinic.
- Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) – registered dietitian
- Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) – member
- Washington Department State of Health – Licensed Dietitian