Lindsay Christensen, M.S., CNS | Chris Kresser

Lindsay Christensen, M.S., CNS

Lindsay Christensen is a research assistant and contributing writer for Chris Kresser. She has a B.S. in Biomedical Science and an M.S. in Human Nutrition and is a clinical nutritionist, freelance writer, and the newly minted author of The Lyme Disease 30-Day Meal Plan, a practical science-based guide on dietary and lifestyle changes that support recovery from Lyme disease. She currently sees clients through her nutrition consulting business, Ascent to Health, and has completed a 1,000-hour internship to obtain the Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) credential, a prestigious credential for nutrition professionals.

When Lindsay is not writing and seeing clients, she can be found hiking, skiing, and trail running in the beautiful outdoor spaces surrounding her home in Broomfield, Colorado. You can learn more about Lindsay’s writing and nutrition consulting services at Ascent to Health, stay up-to-date on the latest nutrition science on her Facebook and Instagram accounts, and find her new book, The Lyme Disease 30-Day Meal Plan, on Amazon.

Recent Articles by Lindsay Christensen, M.S., CNS

The HPA Axis Dysfunction Diet: How to Use Nutrition to Support a Balanced Stress Response
HPA axis dysfunction has far-reaching impacts on your health, but following a strategic HPA axis dysfunction diet may help you recover. Here’s how you can use nutrition to support your HPA axis and stress response.
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HPA Axis Dysfunction Diet
How to Practice Mindfulness and the 20 Ways It Will Transform Your Life
In our hectic world, mindfulness is quickly becoming a necessity. Check out this article for tips on how to practice mindfulness and the ways it will transform your health and life.
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How to Practice Mindfulness
Nutrition and Aging: What to Eat for a Long and Healthy Life
The diet and lifestyle choices we make have a significant impact on aging. Read on to learn how nutrition and aging are connected and the steps you can take to control the aging process.
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nutrition and aging
Alcohol and Health: 15 Effects of Excess Alcohol Intake and 4 Benefits of Moderate Drinking
What is the impact of alcohol on your health? Check out this article for 15 effects of excessive drinking and four benefits of moderate alcohol consumption.
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alcohol health
How to Avoid Negative Side Effects of a Gluten-Free Diet and Make the Most of Your Diet
Not all gluten-free diets are created equal. Find out about the potential negative effects a gluten-free diet can cause and learn how to avoid them and embrace a healthier way of eating.
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negative side effects of gluten-free diet
Food for Mold Illness: What to Eat and What to Avoid
If you’ve struggled with chronic mold illness, it’s time to take a closer look at your nutrition. Check out this article for more on the foods to eat and foods to avoid for mold illness.
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food for mold illness
Animal Protein and a Whole-Foods Diet: What the Science Says
Science supports the consumption of animal protein as part of a whole-foods diet. Find out why, and learn more about why we should think twice before accepting claims that meat is harmful.
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Animal protein
Nutrition and Mental Health: What’s the Connection?
Nutrition has far-reaching impacts on the body and mind. Find out how the connection between nutrition and mental health and how a personalized, ancestral approach to food can help you restore your health.
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nutrition and mental health
How to Limit Restrictive Eating and Develop a Healthy Food Mindset
Overly restrictive eating can promote unhealthy eating behaviors and anxiety around food. Find out how to adopt healthier eating behaviors and nourish your body optimally over the long term.
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restrictive eating