Lee Anne Walsh, RDN, CLT, CGP  |






Lee Anne Walsh, RDN, CLT, CGP  |





Are you suffering from chronic and/or unexplained health problems? Do you continue to have symptoms with no diagnosis? Are you taking more and more medications with little or no relief? Are you sluggish, tired, and run-down?

If you answered YES to any of these questions,
a change in your diet could change your life. It did mine.
Please read My Health Journey to see how I went from years of pain and suffering to a healthy and active lifestyle.


The food that you eat could be your best medicine. With professional expertise and personal experience, let Lee Anne
guide you on the road to optimal health.

About  Lee Anne   |   Compassion and Passion





Lee Anne is a registered dietitian nutritionist with advanced training in integrative and functional medical nutrition therapy, functional medicine, food sensitivities and food allergies.

Advanced Training

The world of science is ever changing. To provide her clients with the most accurate nutrition advice, Lee Anne is constantly expanding her knowledge.


Lee Anne’s goal is to help each client achieve optimal health.

Lee Anne's Mission

Our health is directly affected by the choices we make daily.  My goal is to be a trusted source of science-based nutrition information and an effective leader in motivating clients to adopt healthier lifestyles which will reduce the incidence of chronic illness.



"Thank you" seems so inadequate in comparison to what you have done to improve my health, providing a higher quality of living…

Philosophy  |  Optimizing Health

I highly encourage:

Identify Issues

Identifying any health problems that may change the way the body utilizes nutrients.

Eat Heathfully

Eat fresh, whole foods, organic when possible and a rainbow of color daily.


Decrease toxic load by reducing the use of processed foods, toxic household products, toxic body care products, etc.


A regular exercise and sleep schedule

To be healthy, we must be adequately nourished. To be adequately nourished, we must not only eat a variety of nutrient-rich foods, but our bodies must be able to utilize the nutrients. Evaluating the physiology and the biochemistry of the body is an important aspect of my nutrition assessment. The kind of food we eat, how food is grown and prepared, our lifestyle, our genetic make-up, and the environment in which we live are all significant factors in our health and well-being. What toxins are we breathing, absorbing, or ingesting? How much restful sleep are we getting? How much and what type of exercise do we incorporate into our lives? What is our stress level? In order for our bodies to adequately use the nutrients provided by food, our body as a whole must be healthy. Being knowledgeable and open to both traditional and non-traditional medicine can be beneficial in reaching optimal health.

Reduce Stress

Minimize stressors and encourage positive affirmations and spiritual connectedness.

Services  |  Improving health one nutrient at a time

Nutrition counseling is very individualized and is based on the client’s biochemistry and personal goals.

1. Complimentary Phone Interview

The phone consultation is to discuss the client’s concerns and to make sure services offered are appropriate for his or her needs. A new client visit can be scheduled at this time.

Medical Conditions that benefit from Nutritional Counseling:

2. New Client

During the initial visit Lee Anne will talk with you about your health concerns; review your medical, family, and diet history; gather information critical in developing your nutrition plan; analyze your body composition through the use of Bioimpedance Analysis (BIA); make recommendations.

3. Established Client Follow-Up Visit

30-minute appointment: Discuss progress since initial visit, review any new information (including lab results when applicable), make recommendations, set goals for next visit.

4. Blood Tests / Functional Nutrition Tests

Blood Chemistry & CBC; Food & Chemical Allergy/Sensitivity/Intolerance Tests; Comprehensive Stool Analysis; Micronutrient Blood Tests; Genomic Tests

5. Culinary Nutrition Instruction

Lee Anne will show clients how to use food as medicine.

  • Inflammatory Disorders
  • Celiac Disease
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Chronic Pain
  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Food Allergies/Sensitivities/Intolerances
  • Diabetes/Insulin Resistance/ CardioMetabolic Syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Altered Body Composition
  • Heart Disease
  • Constipation
  • Crohn’s Disease/Ulcerative Colitis

Client Forms  |  Your journey begins

Client Forms PDF, which includes:

  • Health & Wellness
  • Food Frequency
  • HIPAA Acknowledgement
  • Office Policy
  • Patient Record Disclosure

Instructions for Completing Food & Activity Journal

Option 1: Type in your entries

  1. Download Food & Activity Journal and save form to your computer.
  2. Complete form by typing in Food & Drink Intake, Sleep & Relaxation, Exercise & Movement, Stress, & Relationship for three days. Try to include one weekend day. Make sure to SAVE your entries each time you record.
  3. When all three days are recorded and saved,  e-mail journal here.

Option 2: Handwrite your entries

  1. Print Food & Activity Journal.
  2. Complete form by writing in Food & Drink Intake, Sleep & Relaxation, Exercise & Movement, Stress, & Relationship for three days. Try to include one weekend day.
  3. Bring journal to first appointment.

Contact  | Get in touch with Lee Anne

(760) 884-9868  |  office

(760) 692-4818  |  fax

2292 Faraday Avenue
Carlsbad, California 92008