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About AIM Nutrition Consulting

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Erica Jackson

Owner of AIM Nutrition Consulting
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

My struggles with food started at the age of 12. For many years, I tried extreme diets and weight loss solutions to try to reach an impossible ideal. In college, I decided to become a Dietitian so I could become a professional dieter, although I didn’t realize it until many years later. My mission is to fight against diet culture and show other women how they can eat stress-free. No more guilt, shame, or struggle around food. I want everyone to enjoy the freedom and confidence to live their lives without the vicious chains of the diet cycle. My journey to self love and body acceptance along with my career as a Dietitian has allowed me to help hundreds of women finally feel comfortable in their own skin.

I thought shrinking my body would improve my confidence, but it never did. It wasn’t until I realized that my worth was more than my appearance that I truly began to accept myself for who I am. I used to count calories, weigh & measure every morsel of food, and obsess over macros. Now I’ve learned to listen to my body and stop focusing on what diet culture has been telling me for years.

Today, I help individuals who have been on the binge-restrict cycle for years, or even decades. My coaching program has helped hundreds of men and women ditch diet culture once and for all. I’ve helped them improve their body image, make peace with food, and focus on what brings them joy. As a wife and mom of two girls, I know how important it is to heal your own relationship with food so it isn’t passed onto future generations.

As an anti-diet Dietitian, I can help you avoid shame, guilt, or stress around food.

Are you ready to break the chains of diet culture?



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Katie Jones

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Nutrition has been a passion of mine since high school. Both my mom and grandma worked in a school kitchen, so I was surrounded by cooking and baking at a young age. As I grew older, I knew I loved food and I wanted to go into a career where I could help people. Becoming a Registered Dietitian combined both of those things. I attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where I graduated with a master’s degree in Community Nutrition and Health Promotion.

I have a passion to help others be more proactive about their health. I want you to be able to make changes before other health problems start to arise! I intend to help you live the best life you can without food being a source of frustration. Let’s face it, we all love food and food is a big part of our lives. Why not have a healthy relationship with it?!

Additionally, I have personal experience with IBS, Food Intolerances and MSPI.  So I know how hard it can be to find foods to eat and how it can feel like you have nothing you CAN eat. I want you to know there are choices for you and it is possible to feel better!