At Nutrition Center of Colorado,

your journey to good health is important to us.

Our Registered Dietitians are committed

to providing tools, recipes, and resources

to help empower you to live a healthier life.

Below is an introduction to our team of

dedicated Registered Dietitians.

Christine Patorniti,
RD, CDCES, MBA
 

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President and Owner of Nutrition Center of Colorado

I’m so glad you’ve taken the time to be here, allow me to provide a little background on myself and my awesome team of Board Certified, Registered Dieitians!

When asked the common question of ‘what do you do?’ my response is simple; I help individuals thrive on their way to health and wellness.

As a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, I’ve had the privilege to spend the last 10 years of my career helping thousands of individuals control their diseases and lose weight, while eating what they love and finding peace with food!

Working one-on-one with clients for so many years has given me a unique understanding of what individuals struggle with and what resources they need in order to be successful in their goals. I believe in simple, sustainable and results-driven strategies when it comes to nutrition. Through this approach, our RD's and myself are able to help our clients reach lasting nutrition success, never before obtained! Please, continue reading to learn more about our team at Nutrition Center of Colorado...

Office location:  Littleton

Lindsey Roth, RD, Certified Adult Weight Management Provider

Meet Lindsey Roth, RD! Lindsey has 7 years of nutrition counseling experience working with patients to help manage or prevent their Type 2 Diabetes, Pre-diabetes, Heart disease and obesity, to name a few of her areas of expertise.  Lindsey earned her Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management to increase her awareness and improve her practice of innovative, and evidence based strategies for effective weight loss. As a Registered Dietitian, Lindsey takes a client centered approach to counseling. Lindsey’s personal nutrition philosophy is one of simplicity and moderation. Her goal is to provide clients with the tools and perspectives they need to make sustainable changes that will have both a positive and significant impact on their lives now and in the future.    

       

When Lindsey is not working with patients, she is dedicating time towards becoming a Certified Diabetes Educator and Care Specialist (CDCES), trying new restaurants and spending time with her family. Lindsey also loves anything outdoors! Especially hiking and camping in the mountains of Colorado and stopping at local shops along the way with her twin sister.

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Office location: Littleton & Longmont

Lindsey McVietty, RDN, MS  

Lindsey received her B.S. in Dietetics from the University of Central Missouri and Masters degree in Nutritional Science through Iowa State University. She began her career working as a community dietitian in Kansas City, where she saw the immeasurable value food and nutrition has on preventative health and managing various health conditions. 

 

Lindsey enjoys empowering clients to make informed decisions regarding their health by utilizing evidence-based methods. She has experience with a variety of general nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) in both the hospital, clinic and outpatient setting. She creates a realistic and positive treatment plan that is customized for each person for their lifestyle and goals. Lindsey values developing lasting relationships with her clients and following their journeys throughout their lifespan. 

 

When she’s not working, you can find Lindsey indulging in her love for travel, hiking, taking daytrips to the mountains, or trying new restaurants. 

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Office location: Littleton

Sue Mindoro, RD, CDECS, MPH

Sue is a board certified Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator and Care Specialist. Sue also earned her Masters in Public Health to better understand and meet the needs of her patients and community. Sue is thrilled to have the opportunity to apply her years of clinical nutrition and outpatient counseling to a setting that allows her to work one-on-one with patients and develop long term counseling relationships. She believes people are unique and that nutrition should not have a “one size fits all” approach. Sue will patiently and enthusiastically work with you to create a personalized nutrition solution to help you reach your unique health and wellness goals.

 

When Sue’s not working with patients, you can find her spending time with her daughter, skiing or exploring Colorado! 

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Office location: Littleton & Longmont

Candice Arnold,

Executive Office Administrator

Candice is our Executive Office Administrator here at Nutrition Center of  Colorado, so you may see her in your inbox! Candice is a seasoned executive office administrator and assistant with over 19 years of experience in the field. She realized early on her true passion is helping people in need, connect with practitioners working towards individualized counseling experiences. She has extensive knowledge with clear and concise communication offering heightened customer service with each and every encounter. Candice earned her Associates Degree at Liberty University. 

When Candice is not working you will find her hiking, volunteering,

and spending time with her family.

Available at all Office locations

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What do all the Letters Mean?

RD                       CDCES/CDE

MPH

A Registered Dietitian obtains a minimum of a 4 year, full time Dietetics undergraduate degree from an accredited university, executed over 1000 hours of a supervised internship and a passed national board exam.

A Diabetes Care and Education Specialist or Certified Diabetes Educator is a health professional who learned comprehensive knowledge of and experience in diabetes management, prediabetes, and diabetes prevention. A CDE® educates and supports people affected by diabetes to understand and manage the condition.

An MPH degree is a graduate-level degree that prepares individuals to work with specific populations and communities to improve their health through awareness, education, policy, and research.

         MS                       MBA

A Master of Science involves analysis, lab work, and scientific research in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics. Mastering nutrition communication, research, biostatistics, macronutrient metabolism and weight management is the backbone to this higher-level degree.

A Masters in Business Administration is a graduate-level degree that covers a wide range of business fields, such as research and development, accounting and management.