Lexi is a registered dietitian with a Master’s degree in clinical nutrition and has a strong passion for sports nutrition and helping athletes enhance their athletic performance. Her experiences range from working with collegiate and professional level athletes. Lexi has served as the head sports dietitian at Oakland University overseeing 18 sports teams. Her previous experiences include working with the University of Illinois football, Grand Rapids Gold NBA G-league team, and Michigan State football and hockey. Lexi is motivated by using evidence-based research to help her clients feel their best and get them to that next level of sports enhancement.

Get to know Lexi with these fun facts!

  • What is the craziest myth you’ve heard from your clients?
    • “Cutting out every carb is the best way to lose weight” ….no ma’am.
  • What’s the weirdest health food you’ve ever tried?
    • Cow tongue.. Is that a health food? Either way, it was weird. 10/10 do not recommend.
  • Do you have a favorite healthy recipe that you like to make at home?
    • I’m Italian, so I have to say my high protein pasta dishes. I like to make my own cheese sauces with cottage cheese in the blender, add spices, then pour over pasta. I love to add in shrimp or chicken to top off the dish.
  • What’s your favorite type of workout, and why?
    • Weight lifting. Nothing makes me feel stronger than being in the gym pushing heavy weights around. I love feeling strong and powerful.
  • What’s your favorite tip to give to your clients?
    • Eating the protein on your plate first can help with portion control, because it is the most filling and satiating part of your meal.

Lexi holds a Masters of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics from Grand Valley State University where she completed her 1200+ hours of supervised practice. Lexi holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition from Michigan State University. Lexi was a board member during her undergraduate degree for the Food and Nutrition Association (FNA) and a board member for the Michigan Academy of DEI Committee. 

  • College and Professional Sports Dietitians Association
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Member 
  • Sports and Human Performance Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group Member 
  • WeCOACH: The Female Athlete: Energy and Nutrition Strategies – Rebecca Randell, Ph.D., Lauren Link, MS, RD, CSSD – April 2023. 
  • A Functional Medicine Family Practice: Practical Tips for Treating Inflammation – George Nicoloff, MD – April 2023. 
  • Sleep, Fatigue Accumulation and Adderall in Pro Baseball with Meeta Singh MD, June 2022.
  • Performance Nutrition in Practice: Insights and Challenges in Pro Basketball with Marie Spano MS. July 2022.
  • Strength Training for Basketball and NBA Nutrition with Bill Burgos MS. July 2022. 
  • Student-Athlete Nutrition: How, What, and When you Should be Eating. Kristy Morrell, RD. Aug 2022.
  • The Best Diet for Optimal Athletic Performance, Dr. Greger. Aug 2022. 
  • The Athlete Gut: Troubleshooting GI Problems with Athletes with Dr. Patric, Wilson, RD, PhD. Sep 2022.
  • Creatine, Female Athletes and Applications in Concussions with Krissy Kendall, PhD. Oct 2022. 


Premium Package

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