Welcome to Run Wild Nutrition!
Lover of the outdoors, fitness, and fueling bodies.
Hi! My Name is Leah!
I am so excited to have you here! I am fiercely passionate about taking the stress, anxiety, and confusion out of eating and helping as many people as I can find more compassion towards their bodies rather than shame. I believe that health can be achieved at every size and that all scales should be smashed (seriously). I want to journey with you as we discover what it means to be intuitive eaters and accept our bodies for the amazingly strong vessels they are.
As a Registered Dietitian, I want to inspire you to find balance, peace, and love with food, fitness, and most importantly yourself. It is my mission to help guide you in setting lifestyle habits that will not only help you reach your own personal short-term goals but will also set a foundation for your overall long-term health.
If you have more questions or if you are interested in learning more about a nutrition program to help you meet your nutrition goals contact me here. I sincerely cannot wait to meet you!
Leah Black is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), living in Evergreen, Colorado. As an outdoor enthusiast and by having a passion for fitness she began her private practice to specializes in intuitive eating, body kindness, sports nutrition, athletic performance, cardiovascular diseases, pre-diabetes, diabetes, and general wellness. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition and completed the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) from Texas A&M University in College Station. Leah completed her Dietetic Internship in Morgantown, West Virginia with a focus in clinical dietetics and specialized nutrition therapy interventions. Prior to establishing her private practice, Leah began her career as a clinical dietitian working at a long term care facility, assisted living community, and acute rehabilitation unit. She evaluated patients with illness including cardiovascular disease, pre-diabetes, diabetes, malnutrition, decubitus wounds, renal disease, and advanced Alzheimer's Dementia. She has also spent time working as a corporate wellness dietitian focusing on weight management and lifestyle modifications.