Contributor Bio

Kristin Gillespie


Kristin is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician based in Virginia Beach, VA. She received her Bachelor of Science from Ball State University, followed by the completion of a clinically-focused dietetic internship at West Virginia University. She has also recently completed her Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from Eastern Michigan University, further expanding her knowledge and skills in the field of nutrition and health. She is currently practicing full time as a Nutrition Support Dietitian for Option Care Health, a lead home infusion provider across the United States.

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