Food is the Medicine
to Get Your Life Back

• Stop feeling tired • Stop body pain • Stop brain fog • Stop feeling hopeless

Aren’t You Tired of Feeling Tired?

If you are like most people, you have tried what the experts say, but it is just not working. They may have said you are “normal” despite having crushing fatigue, body pain, hair loss, or stomach upset. Perhaps you have modified your diet, but your symptoms have not gone away. If any of this sounds familiar, it is important to realize that you are not alone.

I Believe You

That is the first thing you need to know. You are unique. There is no cure all that works for everyone.  If you have tried changes in the past that have not worked, they were simply the wrong solution for you. You did not fail – the solution failed. But that does not mean you cannot get your life back now.

You CAN Change Your Life with Nutrition

Nutrition CAN heal your body and transform your life, but only with the right approach. Changing your life with food does not mean never eating the foods you love again. Using a holistic approach to get to the root of your health problems, I help you find a long-term solution for true healing and getting your life back. 

Welcome to Robin Reynolds RD

Hey there! My name is Robin Reynolds, and I am thrilled that you have found me. My mission is to empower you to transform your life through food. Only a holistic and individualized plan can transform your health and your life. I give you all the tools and information you need to start living life with confidence. You will know you are making the right choices based on what your body needs.

Many of the people I help are suffering from autoimmune disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. They may have had little or no success with advice and prescriptions from other healthcare providers and feel like there is no hope of getting their health back.

You Can Transform Your Life with the Right Plan

"I was in poor physical and mental health, and not managing my chronic diseases very well. I needed someone to give me more direct guidance and to help me overcome the cycle of failure. I've learned more about managing and controlling my blood sugar through the hands-on tools that you've introduced, including charts, Better App, and supplements. I've learned more about how my "conditions" affect my weight and health, and that the scales do not determine success. I've learned, through your online group support, how to plan meals based on "what I like" and still eat healthy.

You are so personable and understanding that I feel like I'm sitting down with a VERY knowledgeable friend. I feel that you are interested in "what's eating me" and we can talk about the obstacles that have impeded my success in the past. You helped me to understand that OUR goal is to improve my health rather than reaching a magical number on the scale.

I would highly recommend that others work with you because you care, and because you don't expect your clients to take a meal plan and walk the journey alone. I'm so glad that I found you, and grateful for where I am on this journey!”  - Connie Toney 

Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy

The foundation of my approach is uncovering the root cause of your health issues that conventional medicine has failed to resolve. Over many years of practice, and helping hundreds of patients, I have discovered most of the people I work with find life changing relief through an integrative and functional nutrition therapy approach.

This approach doesn’t just look to manage or prevent disease, but rather takes a deeper look at the root causes such as:

  • Genetic predisposition
  • Diet
  • Lifestyle habits
  • Relationships
  • External environment

Functional medicine integrates the best of traditional Western medical practices with what is sometimes called “alternative” or “integrative” medicine. It focuses on healing through taking information through the latest innovations in laboratory testing and responding to what the science tells us with nutrition, diet, exercise, and lifestyle modifications.

Integrative Medicine is an Individualized Holistic Approach to Healing

I was overweight, high A1C, fatigue and lack of stamina.  Robin helped change my eating lifestyle not only to lose weight, but lower A1C and improve cholesterol lab work.

Robin is one of the best medical professionals that I’ve ever had the pleasure to experience in my health care! She has literally helped change my eating and hopefully extended my longevity of life.  My lab work including my A1C is much better. I am now receiving care by a hematologist to treat the hemochromatosis which she found in reviewing my health DNA. My fatigue and stamina are improving.

Robin combines a personal yet very professional tough love approach to her practice. She knows labs as they relate to diet like no one else I’ve experienced. I would definitely recommend Robin to anyone needing a dietitian! I will forever be grateful for my life changing experience with Robin.” – Stevie Cherepski

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn How it Works!

Do you bill insurance?

Yes! I am in-network with:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arkansas
  • Medicare
  • Palmetto GBA (Railroad Medicare)
  • United Healthcare and UMR
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Municipal Health Benefit Fund
  • Other insurances not listed here may have out-of-network benefits; check with your insurance provider if your plan is not listed above. Coverage depends on your individual plan, and you are responsible for verifying benefits and paying any costs not covered by insurance.
Where are you located?

My office is located at 9300 White Oak Crossing, Maumelle/North Little Rock, 72113, inside the MGC Kids building; the street was previously named Counts Massie Road. Take exit 146 off Interstate 40, then travel 1.5 miles on White Oak Crossing to MGC Kids, a brown brick and metal building on the left. Park behind the building in the gravel parking lot close to the back door; the office is on the second floor.

How do I prepare for the first appointment?
  • After you schedule your appointment you will receive a welcome email and instructions to create an account and login.
  • Complete all forms and log-in at least 48 hours in advance before your first appointment.
    Verify your insurance benefits with the provided form (it will be sent with the other pre-appointment forms). If your insurance requires a doctor's referral, ensure that we have received it prior to your appointment; the fax number is (501)229-6070.

Other helpful information to provide before your appointment: recent labs and medical tests.

How do we meet for a telehealth appointment?

Be sure to activate your account and create a login and password on Practice Better from the initial email sent confirming your appointment – this is required to conduct a video session. You will receive an email confirmation and email reminder for your telehealth session. At the time of your appointment, go to that email and simply click on “click here to join the session.”

What forms of payment do you accept for costs not covered by insurance?

Cash, check, Health Savings Account (HAS), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover.

What can I expect from the initial appointment?

We spend most of the first visit (1 hour) discussing your health issues, current nutrition concerns, lifestyle habits (exercise, sleep, stress) and measuring body composition. From that, we (you and I) make a plan for first steps. This may include recommendations for eating, lab testing, supplements, activity, and stress management.

How often will I see you?

I see most patients monthly, but ongoing support is available outside visits through email and chat on Practice Better,

What is Integrative and Functional Medicine Nutrition Therapy (IFMNT)?

Aside from being a mouthful, IFMNT is the primary framework we operate from when treating patients. The frame takes five key areas into consideration when diagnosing and treating health issues:

  1. Food / Lifestyle / Environment
  2. Nutrition Physical Signs & Symptoms
  3. Biomarkers
  4. Metabolic Pathways & Networks
  5. Systems (looking at body systems as interconnected)