Amy Baltes — Registered Dietitian

Amy is the primary consulting dietitian for the Equilibrium Personal Training. Her mission is to help people get healthy by embracing the power of food. She will give down to earth recommendations on how to make better food choices, meal planning, getting to a healthy body weight, balancing hormones, the use of alternative supplements and empowering people on the concepts of whole food nutrition and exercise.

Baltes has over 15 years experience working with people to improve health outcomes such as obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, women’s health issues, sports enthusiasts and cancer. She has worked as a Dietitian for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, several upscale fitness centers and Northwestern Memorial Hospital Wellness Institute.

Accomplishments


  • Registered Dietitian


  • American College of Sports Medicine Health & Fitness Instructor


  • Bachelor Degree in Human Nutrition & Food Science


  • Avid Runner

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Testimonials

  • Working with Amy was enlightening and extremely informative. She helped our entire family to create a plan and we all feel better than ever. Thanks to her kitchen tips, ways of ordering out healthfully and meal planning made it easy for the whole family to get involved. My husband’s cholesterol dropped 30 points I got off all my medication and we are all now a healthy body weight. These are changes we live with forever and we feel great!

    Sara & Family
  • Working with Amy has helped me achieve a level of health and fitness I never thought I could! From my diet to my workouts, Amy has motivated me in a way that makes me WANT to continue my journey for overall wellness for the rest of my life! Thank you Amy I could not have done it without you!

    Candice P

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