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Ready to take
control of your Lupus?

I Can Help You ....  


  • Have the energy to exercise 

  • Feel better about yourself

  • Feel confident in what to eat and why 

  • Improve your labs

  • Decrease or eliminate medications 

  • Feel your BEST!

  • Reduce Pain

  • Eliminate Autoimmune Flares 

  • Increase Energy 

  • Lose stubborn weight without deprivation

  • Commit to your own self-care 

  • Decrease Inflammation

  • Properly regulate your immune system 

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Feel Your Best with
The Lupus Dietitian


Empowering you
to take control of your Lupus
with diet and lifestyle changes
for lifelong results

Services include: 
One on One Nutrition Counseling
Live Better with Lupus Academy
Take Control of your Lupus Program
Public speaking

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Client Story

When I first heard about Tanya and her program I was probably at my absolute worst when trying to manage my SLE. I had gained weight, constant joint and muscle pain, debilitating fatigue, and minimal will to get up every day to go to work. The day to day was just too difficult, despite all the medication my doctor had prescribed me. I was at rock bottom. 


When I heard about the program it seemed like everything I’ve ever prayed for - regaining control of my life. I had a consultation phone call with her and her comforting words gave me hope that there was light at the end of the tunnel. By the 6th week in the program I had lost more than 10 pounds, my joint and muscle pain became nonexistent(!!!) and my fatigue was continuing to improve. It was almost too good to be true. I felt like a completely new person.


Tanya completely changed my life. I had never thought I would be able to feel this way. Just when I was about to give up, Tanya turned my world around. She is very knowledgeable, kindhearted, and truly cares about each and every of her patients. If you or a loved one has been struggling with managing their lupus symptoms, look no further, Tanya has the answers. I am beyond grateful for everything she has done for me.

~ Michela


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Hi there!
I'm Tanya

Tanya Freirich, MS, RDN, CDCES -- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

With more than a decade of experience as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist & living with Lupus myself, I am passionate about helping others with Lupus feel their best as soon as possible! 

Reach out to me today for 1:1 nutrition counseling or to join my upcoming group coaching program. Don't wait any longer to feel better! 


I help people reduce inflammation, reduce flares and pain with simple, delicious and nutritious whole food diet. I do not suggest overly restrictive diets, tons of supplements or crazy expensive things. My recommendations can work for the whole family!


Whether you’re seeking help with reducing flares, practicing self-care, reducing inflammation, increasing mobility, or losing weight, I work with each client individually to provide a customized, well-researched and comprehensive plan you can follow for the rest of your life.


I'm here and ready to help you meet your health and wellness goals! 

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Hear my story and how I help people here

Listen in as I dish out how you can help yourself while dealing with your autoimmunity, specifically as it relates to lupus. 

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“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take a step.”

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