I’m a registered dietitian nutritionist specializing in reproductive nutrition. I support people that are who are trying to conceive. I can guide you in optimizing your nutrition from preconception through post-partum. For the past 20 years I have been helping people manage PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) from adolescence through menopause.

I offer medical nutrition therapy for adults and mature teens with eating disorders and look forward to supporting you on your recovery.

I use a weight inclusive, non-diet approach to help my patients improve their relationship with food, health, and body image in my practice. Your care will be personalized and I will coordinate with your health care team.


How We Begin?

Discovery, the first step

We will connect on the phone or email. There is no cost to get acquainted. I’ll ask a few questions, outline the services and costs. You’ll learn about my approach and the positive outcomes I can help you achieve.


Next, we’ll schedule the first sixty-minute visit. We will meet in-person or by telehealth.

After the first visit, we’ll schedule follow-up session on as needed basis.


Call me or email me to make appointments.


Payment is due at the conclusion of each session. I accept Mastercard, Visa, and Discover cards including health savings (HSA) and flexible spending (FSA) debit cards.


Location information is below.

Contact me to learn more and to ask questions.

About Judy

Judy Simon

Professional Experience

Judy Simon MS, RDN, CD, CHES, FAND specializes in nutrition counseling for individuals, couples and families. Judy provides evidence-based nutrition counseling in reproductive nutrition (fertility), PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) and eating disorders. She is recognized nationally as an expert in nutrition and fertility.

Judy offers her clients the unique experience of a weight inclusive non-diet approach to healthy eating. Many of her clients have tried traditional diets and programs and failed. Instead, Judy combines her expertise in nutrition and coaches her clients to success, overcome eating disorders and master self-management of their health.

Judy’s professional contributions garner national attention from the nutrition and fertility fields. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awarded Judy the Excellence in Practice in Women’s Health in 2014 and the Community Practice Award for Excellence, Washington Academy Nutrition Dietetics 2017.

Additionally, in coordination with Dr. Angela Thyer, Judy developed the Food for Fertility Program (TM) in 2011. Judy presented the outcomes of the Food for Fertility program at the American Society Reproductive Medicine (2013) and the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society Annual Scientific Meeting (2015).

Judy served as the President of the Seattle Tacoma Reproductive Society (2014-2015), past-chair of the Nutrition sub-interest group of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and continues on as mentor coordinator of the Women’s Health Dietetic Practice Group.

Food for Fertility

The Food for Fertility program consists of highly interactive classes offering participants lifestyle counseling in a supportive group setting. In the past year and half, classes are on a virtual zoom platform; we all cook two or three recipes together from our home kitchens!


Food for Fertility offers women a virtual cooking class to optimize their fertility health and prepare for pregnancy. The series is led by Judy Simon and reproductive endocrinologist, Angela Thyer MD. Both of us will be cooking with you from our home kitchens. You will receive recipes in advance of the Saturday classes. Each session will focus on different areas of nutrition and lifestyle.


Kendra Tolbert interviews Judy Simon

April 29, 2024, LiveFertile

You Tube
Judy Simon and Dr. Angela Thyer on New Day NW - King5

April 26, 2024, New Day NW - King5 TV

Unveiling the Fertility-Boosting Power of a Plant-Based Plate with Judy Simon and Dr. Angela Thyer

April 8, 2024, Plant Centered and Thriving

Apple Podcast Spotify

Getting to Baby with Angela Thyer MD and Judy Simon RDN

April 2, 2024, Fertility Confidence Podcast

Apple Podcast Spotify

New book ‘Getting to Baby’ offers advice for boosting fertility by Carrie Dennett

April 1st, 2024, Seattle Times

Topic: What to Know About the Portfolio Diet

March 25, 2024, Health Central

Judy and Matt McMillen, Health Writer for Health Central discuss cholesterol-lowering eating plans

The Whole U sponsors on-line Getting To Baby book Launch

March 20, 2024, The Whole U

Topic: On April 25th, Judy Simon, RDN and Dr. Angela Thyer will launch their book, Getting To Baby …on-line from The Whole U

Can you improve fertility without dieting and weight loss?

March 19, 2024, Find Your Food Voice

Apple Podcast Spotify

Getting to Baby with Judy Simon, MS, RDN, CD, CHES, FAND

March 9, 2024, Functional Fertility with Dr. Dalea Wattles

Apple Podcast Spotify

Is Krill Oil Better Than Fish Oil? by Stephanie Brown

March 5, 2024, verywell Health

Marissa Beck, MS, RDN of REVV Health interviews Judy Simon, RD

February 28th, 2024, [REVV Health (https://revvhealth.com)

You Tube
Getting to Baby with Nurition, Diet, and Foods for Fertility with Authors Angela Thyer, MD and Judy Simon, RD

February 19th, 2024, [Baby or Bust with Dr. Lora Shahine (https://drlorashahine.com/podcast)

Apple Podcast Spotify

Fertility Fuel: Feeding (and shortening) your Journey To Parenthood …

February 14th, 2024, Fruitful and Multiplying

Apple Podcast Spotify

Pre-order your book today with your favorite bookseller

Pre-order your book, “Getting to Baby: A Food-First Fertility Plan to Improve your Odds and Shorten Your Time to Pregnancy” by Angela Thyer and Judy Simon

Barnes & Noble pre-order Amazon pre-order

Book Review: Getting to Baby – A Food First Fertility Plan

October 5th, 2023, The Whole Pineapple

A 38 minute podcast

What’s the Difference Between Total Calories and Calories From Fat?

September 19, 2022 HealthCentral

Getting Groceries?

August 17, 2022, Parade article

Topic: Getting Groceries? 23 High-Protein Vegetables To Add to Your Diet

April 9th, 2022, The Whole Pineapple

A ‘Short Snack’ on the Whole Pineapple (18 minutes)

Apple Podcast Spotify Podcast

April 7th, 2022, The Whole Pineapple

Whole Pineapple Podcast (60 minute podcast)

Topic: Disordered Eating and Fertility with Judy Simon

Apple Podcast Spotify Podcast

April 4th, 2022, The Seattle Times

Why Pushing for preconception weight loss is more likely to harm than help

by Carrie Denntt, Seattle Times

Angela Thyer MD, FACOG, DipABLM, Judy Simon MS, RDN, FAND

ASRM Webinar

How to Improve Fertility Outcomes (in the Kitchen)!

Angela Thyer MD, Judy Simon MS, RDN

ASRM Webinar