Coach Marsteller

  • Registered Dietitian through the Commission on Dietetic Registration licensed in the state of Pennsylvania. Graduated from West Chester University with a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics and completed dietary internship at Marywood University.
  • Working both toward becoming a CDE (Certified diabetes educator) and completing a certification in weight management.
  • Working toward a master’s in nutrition.

I’ve been active my whole life. I love sports, hiking, and being outdoors. Since moving to the Lancaster area, I have enjoyed meeting other people with similar interests. I’m always up for a walk or run–including Tough Mudder or Spartan races. My personal fitness goal is to become stronger at my own pace. I enjoy Crossfit because it makes you challenge yourself. I’ve definitely learned I am able to do things I never thought I could do.

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Being physically fit has always been a part of my life but I never really thought about the nutrition aspect of healthy living until college. I was a member of the girl’s basketball team at Kutztown University and in the off season I went to the gym on a regular basis. People around me were curious about my interest in being healthy and started asking me questions about exercising and what they should be eating. A friend of mine noticed this and suggested I should become a dietitian. That’s when I decided to focus on a career in dietetics.

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I’m now a registered dietitian and I work mostly with individuals trying to lose weight or those who have diabetes. I love what I do! Being able to help someone reach their goals is an amazing reward. I am able to share with my clients that success isn’t just about making the scale change, it is about the changes that come along with it like more energy, confidence, and motivation. I show them how nutrition plays a major part in mood and performance and their overall health.

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Not everyone needs drastic changes in their diet. Many people just want to tone certain body parts, or improve their time for a workout, or just lift a little bit more weight. Change is hard, but even the smallest changes in their diet can help.

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Something a psychologist I know says has really stuck with me: “If you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.” That is especially true with diet and nutrition. Sometimes we want to make changes but stick to the same habits and never get anywhere. My job is to support my clients as they make those changes over and over until they stick and they reach their goals.