Hi there! Let me introduce myself. My name is Rebecca Fallihee and I’m a board-certified and licensed nutritionist. Read more about what that specifically means here. I’ve been working within the realm of public health (nutrition education) and now clinical practice for over eight years, and well, both my health and athletic journeys began around birth, as my first and formative memories were of being on horses, active and outside most of the day, and unleashing my competitive spirit in the myriad of ways it does as a child.

Later I began running and haven’t stopped. And even before my memories began, I was challenged with digestive issues and food allergies/intolerances. Along the way of getting from early childhood to here, my health took a few sharp twists. I got side-tracked by an eating disorder and ultimately worked my way out of it. As I navigated through my 20’s, I re-developed several food intolerances, digestive complaints, malabsorption, autoimmune issues and long stretches of chronic pain. All of that led me to grad school for nutrition and herbal medicine and becoming a clinical nutritionist.

Nutrition  Philosophy

Rebecca’s focus for nutrition therapy is that:

  • We work together as a team to treat root causes instead of putting band-aids on symptoms.
  • We work with you as a whole person, with the acknowledgement that your entire lifestyle (eating patterns, environment, stress, sleep, activity and training load, family, social, and spiritual connections, etc.) contributes to wellbeing.
  • Your diet and eating patterns are unique to you. What works for you may not work for another person. We work together to make dietary adjustments that are sustainable for you.
  • You can be active and achieve your athletic goals and still heal your body – as an active person and goal-oriented athlete myself, I understand the need to push yourself in ways that sometimes contributes to the health imbalance. We work with that!

I currently work with individuals who want guidance on nutrition, particularly supporting digestive issues, fatigue, nutritional support and performance for endurance athletes, autoimmune, intuitive eating, and meeting needs on a plant-based diet. I currently live in Eugene, Oregon and offer nutrition consultations in-person at Northwest Health and Healing Center in Corvallis, as well as via distance. Today, I take an Ayurvedic approach to nutrition and eating, and you’re welcome to check out my blog for recent nutrition specific posts and recipe examples.

Credentials & Affiliations

  • Licensed Dietician/Nutritionist (LDN)
  • Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist® (CNS)
  • Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Herbal Medicine (MS), Maryland University of Integrative Health
  • Professionals in Nutrition for Exercise and Sport (PINES)
  • American Nutrition Society (ANS) member
  • American Herbalists Guild member
  • Certified ServSafe Manager

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  1. Great site you have! We’re creating a new recipe sharing site and would like you to be involved in the beta. Please email me. Thanks! – Ken


  2. Rebecca, I am so glad you shared this! I really did love seeing you guys over Christmas break. Best wishes in 2014.


  3. Love your blog! I’m an organic backyard farmer in the Mojave Desert and I’m roasting my fresh garden beets right now to try your posted Beet Hummus recipe! Thank you!


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