Work With Me

Thank you for your interest in a nutrition consultation.

I am not offering ongoing, long-term coaching at this time.  I do, however, offer “pick my brain” phone or Skype calls for getting started with a low carb or ketogenic diet, or to help troubleshoot if you’ve already been following this way of eating for a while and aren’t getting the results you want.  I'm also happy to schedule phone calls for questions about nutrition, metabolism, and general health issues. Follow-ups can be scheduled on an individual basis. (Check back soon for comprehensive packages that include varying numbers of phone calls, email check-ins, and longer term support.)

30 minutes: $75 USD
60 minutes: $145 USD

Follow up call(s):
15 minutes: $25 USD
30 minutes: $45 USD

Please note that these rates include a phone call directly with me, one-on-one, with personalized advice for you and your individual situation. You get my full, undivided attention. This is not a group call, and there are no "blanket recommendations" based on you having purchased a program or guide for which there is no personal support. Consultations also include discussing with you any labwork you choose to send me (as you are welcome and encouraged to do), evaluating food logs, etc.  

If you’re interested in a one-time consultation, please contact me ( and I’ll send you my client intake forms to complete prior to scheduling.

If you’re looking for a physician or nutritionist to provide detailed, long-term guidance and support for a low-carbohydrate or ketogenic way of eating, I recommend the following:

Fat Loss and General Low Carb/Keto Coaching

If you are a middle-aged woman who has tried every diet under the sun, struggled with fat loss for years, and are beyond frustrated at your low energy, mood swings, and lack of the kind of results you’d like, please contact Carole Freeman, Joy Kiddie, or Leanne Vogel.

For general ketogenic coaching for all ages and genders, I suggest the coaching services from Ketovangelist.

Severe complications from type 2 diabetes - especially kidney disease; also, professional guidance on fasting
If you have type 2 diabetes or obesity, consider joining the Intensive Dietary Management Program or becoming a patient at HEAL Clinics.  Both of these programs accept patients worldwide. There is no requirement to be in their local areas unless you are taking certain medications, in which case you will need to meet in person with their medical staff.  Otherwise, they offer coaching by phone.

If you're specifically interested in incorporating fasting into your health regimen and would like professional guidance, Intensive Dietary Management is what you're looking for.  

If you are an endurance athlete in training (or looking to train) for a specific race or event while following a ketogenic way of eating, I recommend coach Stephanie Holbrook at Keto Endurance.

If you’re a bodybuilder, powerlifter, or someone looking to get started with bodybuilding or just general weightlifting at any level, beginner or expert, and you want to stay within a low carb or ketogenic framework, the best way to go is coaching through KetoGains. I also highly recommend working with Gabe Rivera, from Ancient Gains.

If you are looking for guidance in implementing or troubleshooting a ketogenic diet as adjunct therapy for cancer, I recommend the nutritionists at Remission Nutrition.
I also suggest the following books for this specific application of the ketogenic diet: 

Neurological and Neurodegenerative Disorders
If you’re looking for professional guidance in implementing a ketogenic diet for a neurological or neurodegenerative condition (epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, etc.), you’ll find practitioners with a great deal of experience at Ketogenic Specialists. (You may be able to find a practitioner in your local area, but all of these professionals work with clients remotely/long-distance as well, so you shouldn’t have any problem finding a good match for you.)  

I also recommend the following books:

Type 1 Diabetes
The place to start regarding the ketogenic diet for type 1 diabetes is “the type 1 bible” -- Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars

My recommendation for a nutritionist for type 1 is Franziska Spritzler.

Physicians and Other Medical Professionals*
If you’re looking for a physician or other type of doctor who’s friendly to low-carb and ketogenic approaches, search for someone in your area on these sites: 

*I am networked with many low-carb and keto-friendly physicians, so if you don’t find anyone satisfactory in these listings, you are welcome to email me to see if I know of anyone in your local area. (Use the “contact me” button in the right sidebar on the website.)

United Kingdom and Ireland

If you’re in the UK or Ireland, I recommend looking for a GP on the site from Public Health Collaboration UK.


Australia and New Zealand

International/Worldwide Listings

Disclaimer: Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP, is not a physician and Tuit Nutrition, LLC, is not a medical practice. The information contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition and is not to be used as a substitute for the care and guidance of a physician. Links in this post and all others may direct you to, where I will receive a small amount of the purchase price of any items you buy through my affiliate links.