Clinical Nutritionist Kimberly Stoeger, MS, is a well-regarded expert in the nutrition field. Kim received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, and her Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. She is a clinical nutritionist, specializing in nutrition counseling for all ages and disease conditions. Kim is a private healthcare provider located in Appleton, WI. She and her team also travel to work with people’s nutrition within local companies and organizations.
Leading by example, Kim is both motivational and inspirational, relating effectively to women and men from all walks of life. Each client is treated as if he or she were a member of her family, and Kim gives them comforting support to assure they are not alone on their path to wellness.
Kim is best known for her genuine style, amusing personality, and ability to translate the latest scientific findings on health and nutrition into understandable guidelines for her clients.
Her passions in life include spending time with her husband and their two sons, walking, running, weight training, writing, reading, and supporting the growth of other local businesses and entrepreneurs.
Kim is also certified in the Metagenics lifestyle medicine program and First Line Therapy which changes people’s lives from the inside out!
Kim’s advice has been seen on Fox 11 Living with Amy, in Nature’s Pathways, and in Healthy Living & Wellness magazines, as well as at local healthcare events. She has been a member of The Alzheimer’s Association, specializing in education for optimal brain health and delaying the onset of diseases associated with aging. Kim also has served on the committee for GoRed Heart and Stroke Health, is a member of the Fox Cities Chamber & the Heart of the Valley Chamber, and is an avid educator within our local school system, with a strong emphasis in the Kimberly High School INCubator entrepreneur program.
After completing the 2013 Boston Marathon, she uses this life-changing traumatic experience to help inspire others to reach their fitness goals as a pacing coach for the Fox Cities Half/Full Marathon.
Other volunteer involvements include speaking to and/or supporting the:
A little girl suffering from vitiligo, psoriasis, and hypothyroidism was being pounded with medications with no results until her mom came to Kim for help.
Her Thyroid-Stimulating (TSH) levels were dangerously high and she was suffering from a severe psoriasis outbreak. After food sensitivity testing, Kim was able to put together a diet and supplement plan that would help the little girl.
After six weeks of working with Kim, the little girl’s mother could see her daughter’s psoriasis clearing up.
“I could see the outside psoriasis clearing, but had no idea how much it was also helping her inside!”
– Gianna’s mom
“[The doctor] was shocked since her TSH level was down to 1.2!!! I was not shocked, just praising God that this is working to help her whole body!”
– Gianna’s mom