Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, FAAP is a sought after speaker in the areas of fitness, nutrition, behavior change coaching, obesity medicine, and kids’ nutrition and fitness.
Topics: Nutrition, Fitness, Behavior Change, Obesity Medicine, Parenting, Career
Dr. Natalie Muth delivers effective presentations in an engaging, passionate, evidence-based, and down-to-earth style that connects with her audience. She has presented at large national conferences including:
Food and Nutrition Conference and Exposition (FNCE) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
American College of Sports Medicine Exercise is Medicine
American Public Health Association Film Fest
IDEA Nutrition and Behavior Change Summit
SCAN Annual Meeting
UC FitCon at UCLA – keynote address
She also presents for the and delivers workshops to small and large groups.
The Picky Eater Project:
7 Weeks to Happier, Healthier, Family Mealtimes is a one-of-a-kind book that can transform even the most finicky eaters into fledgling foodies. Focusing on kids’ participation, interactive strategies, kitchen experiments, and delicious kid-friendly recipes, the book is based on a seven-week plan that makes shopping and cooking fun.
the teddy fund
The Teddy Fund was started by Robert and Natalie Muth in honor of their son Teddy. The goal of the fund is to support organizations and efforts in the San Diego and Chicago areas that improve the health and well-being of babies, kids, and teens. Each year, around the time of Teddy’s birthday, Natalie, Bob, Tommy, and Mariella choose a charity or organization whose work directly benefits at-risk and underserved children.
Nutrition and Fitness for Healthcare Professionals:
The 10 Most Important Pearls You Need to Know
With an epidemic of prediabetes, obesity, and other chronic conditions effectively prevented and treated with nutrition and physical activity changes, healthcare professionals can increase their impact and patient outcomes with tailored nutrition and physical activity messaging. This session provides an evidence-based overview of the 10 most important nutrition and exercise principles to better manage a multitude of chronic diseases and help patients improve health outcomes.
It’s Not What Kids Eat, But How: Parent Coaching 101
The struggle parents face in raising healthier eaters usually comes not from a knowledge gap, but rather challenges in parenting. The old tactics that have been passed down from generation-to-generation such as the “clean plate club”, food rewards, and forcing kids to eat their vegetables – don’t work. Parents need to know less about what kids should eat, and more about how they should eat. This session outlines the top 5 most effective feeding strategies parents can deploy in pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood, preschool, school-age, and adolescence to raise healthy, active kids.
From Passion to Profession:
Charting a Path to Health, Happiness, and a Sense of Purpose
Geared towards college students, medical and health profession students, residents, or anyone setting off on a new path, Dr. Muth shares how her early experiences inspired a passionate pursuit of a nontraditional career as a registered dietitian, pediatrician, childhood obesity and fitness industry expert, and author. Heeding Ralph Waldo Emerson's advice, Natalie has made a point to "not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail" and offers several practice applications to help you embark a career that will support optimal health, happiness, and a sense of purpose.