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About Us.

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Let Food be Thy Medicine.

Eat better, feel better.

Eat Yer Veggies is a nutrition private practice created by Caylee Clay. We are based in Brooklyn, New York with a satellite location in Englewood, Colorado. 

Our mission is to first find the root cause of your health concern. Then, we will help you create new healthy habits that support healing. It’s always our goal to help you create healthy habits that fun, easy, sustainable, and enjoyable. This way, you can maintain your good health over a lifetime!

We are fueled by the notion that food is medicine at all stages of life. While there is no one “perfect diet” for everyone, we believe that plants can almost always improve our health – or, as we say, eat yer veggies! 

Let Food by Thy Medicine.

Eat better,
feel better.

Professional picture of Caylee Clay standing while holding a plate and bowl full fo food in each handle. Caylee is wearing a collared pink shirt.

Eat Yer Veggies is a nutrition private practice created by Caylee Clay. We are based in Brooklyn, New York with a satellite location in Englewood, Colorado. 

Our mission is to first find the root cause of your health concern. Then, we will help you create new habits that support healing. It’s always our goal to help you build up new healthy habits that fun, easy, sustainable, and enjoyable so you can maintain your good health over a lifetime. 

We are fueled by the notion that food is medicine at all stages of life. While there is no one “perfect diet” for everyone, we believe that plants can almost always improve our health – or, as we say, eat yer veggies! 

Be good to Yourself!

Created by Caylee Clay.

Caylee (she/they) is a dietitian-nutritionist and certified yoga instructor who knows first hand how incredible the healing power of food can be. Caylee suffers from psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that can be painful, exhausting, and disfiguring. Using the power of targeted nutrition, Caylee’s psoriasis is now 99% in remission.

After being diagnosed with psoriasis, Caylee quickly discovered how few answers modern medicine has to offer those with autoimmune issues. Instead of accepting these disappointing solutions, Caylee started intensely researching the topic, guided by her medical training and personal experience. As a result, Caylee began finding real answers and lasting solutions to reversing autoimmune disease.

Caylee’s work pushes the boundaries on our understanding of autoimmune diseases. Her research is centered on how healthy foods, medicinal herbs, and holistic lifestyles changes can promote better outcomes for those living with autoimmune disease.

Caylee also works closely with clients who have digestive issues, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). She excels at identifying food sensitivities and intolerances. Additionally, Caylee specializes in treating issues related to cardiology, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attacks, and strokes.

Caylee is passionate about environmental causes. She believes that a more sustainable future necessarily includes healthier eating, and vice versa. When she isn’t cooking her tried-and-true recipes or discovering new ones, Caylee loves to spend her spare time hiking with her husband and dog, getting dirty in the garden, reading a thick book, and biking around New York City.

Knowledge is power

Education.

Caylee holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from New York University. She completed her postgraduate Dietetic Internship at Hunter College. 

Caylee has studied under leaders in the health and nutrition world, including completing an independent study and graduate work with Dr. Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics.

She also is a 200-hour certified yoga instructor.

Lived Experience.

Caylee’s interest in nutrition began with her own health problems. Growing up, Caylee was primarily exposed to ultra processed packaged foods with questionable ingredients. As a result, she suffered from chronic headaches and stomach aches. She finally experienced relief after she learned how to eat better.

As someone who had to learn how to enjoy healthy foods herself, Caylee knows how to work with you no matter what your food choices currently look like.

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