Triple Braided’s approach to wellness is all about Standing Stronger Together! When we encourage, motivate and help one another, the results make us stronger. So Triple Braided designs integrated wellness plans around the life you’re already leading. Then we work together; sharing ideas, challenges and successes to uncover the real benefit of your strength: your happiness.

There isn’t one static answer for every individual, but there are some static truths and tips that can help everyone design their individualized plan.  A healthy lifestyle takes dedication, determination, and trying new things, but it is within everyone’s reach, and it looks different for each of us!

The name Triple Braided comes from a verse in Ecclesiastes that says, “A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple braided cord is not easily broken.”

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist, wife, mother of 3, devoted Virginia Tech Hokie, and avid runner . I love what I do, and have a passion for sharing how we can all make one another the healthy and joyful people we are meant to be!

About Me

Julie Satterfeal, MS, RDN, LD is a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist with 20 years of experience in nutrition and wellness. In her practice, Julie provides customized wellness programs for individuals and small groups – as well as nutrition counseling on topics including weight management, active lifestyles, and the FODMAP diet for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Julie earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Foods from Virginia Tech in 1995, and a Master of Science from Illinois State University in 1999 alongside her dietetic internship.

She then worked as an outpatient and community dietitian at St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria, IL where she provided individual counseling as well as group presentations and seminars to local community groups around Central Illinois.

Next Julie took a position as a Wellness Health Educator at Illinois State University providing workshops, seminars, wellness programs, and nutrition counseling for students – while also teaching part time in the Family and Consumer Sciences department.

In 2002, she and her husband began their growing family with the birth of their first of three children.  Over these past 14 years, Julie has been an active stay at home mom, working part time in a variety of entrepreneurial endeavors, community and school activities while also building a thriving nutrition and wellness practice.