Meg Green on Women's Nutrition and Wellness
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We were eager to learn more. Please read our Q&A with Meg below to learn more about her family, private practice, and tips on how to improve our overall nutrition.
1. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family.
My name is Meg Green, and I am a Registered Dietitian that specializes in Pediatrics for 10 years and now the only Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner in Arkansas. I am happily married to my husband, Clay, for 11.5 years. We have two spunky kiddos, my daughter McCoy (6 yo) and my son Coltrane (2 yo). We have lived in Little Rock for 14 years, and love it. 2. Why did you start Meg Green RD?
I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease and was not able to find support for my symptoms. I worked with a nurse practitioner, Lindsey Gillum at Revive, who shared functional medicine with me. I started a journey to get to the root cause, and have no aches, pains all while gaining mental clarity, hormone balance and finally lost weight. My friends kept saying they wanted me to help them so I decided there were others like me, and I wanted to help as many as I could. 3. How does Meg Green RD work?
I work with women only who struggle with thyroid disease, hormone imbalances, gut issues, and want to use wellness lifestyle changes to heal. You can go to MegGreenRD.com and click to learn more or book a free discovery call. 4. What made you jump from pediatric nutrition to functional nutrition for women?
I worked with Kids my entire career, and then my husband was diagnosed with a heart condition. We traveled to many heart hospitals and I wanted to make the switch to adults. After my own health issues, my passion became clear-to help other women just like me who were sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. 5. What are you most excited about your new private practice?
Hands down helping another woman regain her life. So many times we are told it’s age or hormones, and even just in our head. That’s not the case, and there is help! 6. If you could pick 3 things we should all be doing to improve our overall nutrition?
Sleeping 8 hours a night in the dark and unplugged, staying hydrated with water during the day, and using nature as your food source and energy source (exercising and breathing fresh air.) 7. What is one of your favorite things right now? It can be anything that makes you happy.
The pandemic has allowed so much home time, and being able to cook with kids at home fills me with so much joy. It’s a great creative outlet for me.