Jenna McCallum, MS, Clinical Nutritionist
Jenna is passionate about helping others improve their quality and enjoyment of life through individualized nutrition therapy. She works with patients to achieve long-term wellness by setting achievable nutrition goals, addressing and overcoming obstacles, and applying small, structured changes that fit each patient’s preferences and lifestyle. Nutritional interventions are designed to identify root causes of systemic dysfunction, support the body’s inherent abilities to heal, and treat each person as a unique individual capable of achieving a healthy mind, body, and spirit.
Jenna knows that nutrition and our relationship with food can be complicated and that every patient and their circumstances are unique. Treatments should be as well. Each patient is viewed as their own individual with their own individual needs, so no two treatment plans will be the same. All recommendations made are products of a comprehensive assessment and careful consideration of the patient’s full medical history, previous and/or current treatments, needs, goals, and visions for their future. Each patient, their experience, and their struggles are welcomed without judgement. Open, honest discussion is always encouraged, and each client will receive unwavering support in their pursuit of health and happiness.
Nutrition is an important component of any treatment plan addressing chronic disease, complex medical and systemic disorders, and mental health and mood disorders. Healing is achieved one step at a time. Nutritional recommendations are developed to be systematic, manageable, and adapted to your personal preferences and lifestyle. Small changes made over time create sustainable new habits.
A Colorado Springs native, Jenna earned her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from the Sonoran University of Health Sciences (formerly Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine) in Tempe, Arizona, and holds specialized certifications in nutritional psychology, nutritional genomics, and advanced ketogenic nutrition. She is a member of the American Nutrition Association, American Society for Nutrition, and Center for Nutritional Psychology.