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Kate Langbehn

MS, RDN

Kate has been working as a registered dietitian in various settings for over 20 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Health and Sport Studies from Miami University (Oxford, OH), as well as a Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. While at CWRU, she also completed the necessary didactic work to sit for the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist exam.

 

Kate is a certified personal trainer and Level 1 Precision Nutrition Health Coach in Exercise. She also has certificates of training in childhood, adolescent, and adult weight management through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Kate has recently completed integrative and functional nutrition modules to understand and apply a whole-systems approach in identifying and treating the root causes of chronic disease. 

 

Kate believes menopause as a time to look forward; an opportunity that can be realized using a healthy mindset and point-of-view. Menopause is something nearly every woman experiences; therefore lean into this transition by accepting the challenge to thrive not merely survive.

 

  • Master of Science (MS)

  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)

  • Obesity Prevention Coordinator

  • Wellness & Radiation Oncology Dietitian

Kate Langbehn

“It is okay to be where we are, there is no need to want to be younger. Just be ready to be a badass at 40, 50, 60, and beyond.”

– Kate

Be Your Own SHERO

Kate, what has been your greatest challenge with menopause and how have you overcome it? 

 

My greatest challenge stems from the advice I share with others. Changing my mindset and empowering myself has required a cultural shift within. I’ve always been an active person - lifting heavy sh*& at the gym is my happy place. Over the past several years I have found I’m much more prone to injury, my body composition changed, and even despite consistent training, my running pace continued to decline. 

 

Women going through hormonal shifts cannot do the same things they did before and expect to get the same results. Welcome to the new definition of insanity.

 

Why is the Calm the Chaos program so effective in treating menopause?

The Calm the Chaos Program uses evidence-based practice and information to guide its podcasts, handouts, lessons, and teachings.  As you learn how to control the controllables, you can understand how to work with your changing physiology to feel and look better inside and out. 

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