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Kyndra McKenzie

Registered Dietitian and Disordered Eating Specialist


Registered Dietitian

BSc Nutrition and Wellness

Masters in Nutrition and Health Promotion

Certificate in Sports Nutrition

Areas of Specialty:

Disordered Eating

Intuitive Eating

Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa


Binge Eating

Other Feeding/Eating Disorders

Kyndra McKenzie is a highly qualified professional in the field of nutrition and wellness, specializing in eating disorders and disordered eating. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Wellness from the University of New Hampshire, followed by completing a dietetic internship and attaining Registered Dietitian status. Kyndra furthered her education by earning a Master’s in Nutrition and Health Promotion and a graduate certificate in Sports Nutrition from Simmons University.

With her extensive academic background and practical experience, Kyndra has provided nutrition services to diverse individuals in various settings, including acute care hospitals and health & sports centers. She has also gained specialized knowledge in eating disorders and disordered eating while working in two treatment centers. Kyndra has worked with adolescent and adult clients in PHP (partial hospitalization) and IOP (intensive outpatient) programs. She even played a key role in successfully launching a new PHP program at one of the centers.

In her practice, Kyndra focuses on guiding individuals with eating disorders and disordered eating on their unique journeys toward healing and recovery. Her primary objective is to offer support and assist her clients in developing healthier relationships with food and their bodies. She strongly believes in promoting overall well-being to achieve a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.

Kyndra’s expertise, compassionate approach, and dedication to client-centered care make her a trusted resource for individuals seeking professional guidance in their pursuit of improved nutrition and well-being, particularly in the context of eating disorders and disordered eating.