Our Trusted Partners
We understand that there are many approaches to getting you feeling better. Getting the right balance back in your life often requires a team. The healthcare professionals on this page understand the brain-gut connection and the approach that we take at metaMe. So their services are an option before, during, or after you go through our program.
Diet modification can be an important part of feeling better. We have interviewed and talked with each of the dieticians shown here to be sure they understand the brain-gut axis and take an evidence-based approach to diet modification. We’re happy to work with them to ensure a coordinated holistic approach to your GI issues.
Rachelle LaCroix Mallik, MA, RD, LDN
I'm Rachelle, a Registered Dietitian and the owner of The FoodTherapist, LLC. I earned a Bachelors degree with Honors in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University and a Masters degree in Food Studies from New York University. I'm a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Women's Health Dietetic Practice group, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. I also serve on the board of the Academy's Chicago chapter.
Kelsey Kinney, RD
I’m Kelsey Kinney (previously Kelsey Marksteiner).
I am a foodie at heart, and it tears me apart to see people afraid of food, sick of food, or bored by food. We have so much amazing, delicious REAL food available to us, but we spend our days worried about carbs or afraid of fat. It’s time to embrace food as a healing, nourishing part of our lives and ENJOY it (and also realize that it’s just one piece of our lives).
metaMe Health receives referrals from the top medical research hospitals in the country. At each of the institutions below, we are in regular contact with one or more faculty clinicians and have received referrals from them to our program.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Pritzker School of Medicine | The University of Chicago
Harvard Medical School (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)