Want to lose or gain weight?
Feel tired and need more energy?
Have food allergies or suspect you do?
Get moody when meals are delayed?
Worry that coffee is the only thing keeping you going?
Crave sugar and have a hard time resisting it?
Suffer from acne even though you’re beyond puberty?
Feel let down by standard nutrition advice?
I’m here to help you discover the most sustainable diet for YOU!
Click here to see a short video and see how I’m different than other dietitians.
Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN, NTP is a licensed registered dietitian nutritionist, nutritional therapy practitioner, and a certified Whole30 Coach. She believes that the majority of today’s skyrocketing health issues, from obesity to type 2 diabetes, are directly related to the foods we eat – not just processed junk food, but also foods we THINK are healthy, but are not!
I’m on a mission to help people regain their health by eating real, delicious food.
OUR SPECIALTIES INCLUDE:
- Weight Loss & Weight Gain
- IBS, IBD, Celiac Disease and Digestive Health
- Blood Sugar Regulation & Metabolic Disorders
- Elimination, FODMAP, Paleo and Whole30 Diets
- Nutrition for Pregnancy & Gestational Diabetes
- Helping parents learn how to better nourish their families
HOW I WORK
Before we meet, I email you some paperwork to complete so I can better understand your unique situation and will save us some time during your session. During your initial 50 minute consultation, I’ll listen to your goals, discuss your health history, analyze any recent nutrition-related labs, and review your three-day food journal. We’ll also discuss lifestyle issues like sleep, stress, and movement. Together we will come up with a custom diet and lifestyle plan that works for you. Follow-up appointments are generally about 20-minutes long. You can book one, three and six-month packages.
You can meet with me face-to-face at my office in Concord, MA and also I offer distance consultations via phone or HIPPA compliant video chat for clients who are not local to me and for local follow-up appointments. Each one, three or six month package client will be set up with an account via our nutrition portal, where we can communicate, track food intake, and set goals between appointments.
What’s the difference between a Registered Dietitian and a Health Coach or Nutritional Therapy Consultant? I have graduate medical degrees in nutrition and have completed 1200 hours of supervised clinical rotations in hospitals and outpatient settings. Dietitians are qualified to practice medical nutrition therapy, meaning we can prescribe a diet for a medical condition, can work with your doctor as part of your medical care team, and can bill insurance for services. Other coaching certifications generally do not require any formal education or supervised internship. When considering a nutrition provider, please ask about their training.
What’s different between me and most other dietitians? I have extensive additional experience working with blood sugar regulation, weight loss and gut health. I often present at conferences on the success I’ve had resolving tough cases with simple diet changes. I believe in real food, not “everything in moderation” when it comes to serious weight loss, balancing blood sugar, and gut health. While most other dietitians will show you a photo of “My Plate” and how to balance out your portions, I tackle diet changes from a completely different perspective, working with you to find exactly the right foods to fuel your body and restore your health.
I am covered under most insurance carriers, so please feel free to check with your plan to see if my services are covered.
Best for those just needing a few changes to their overall healthy diet. Includes the initial consult plus 2 follow up appointments.
Best for clients looking to lose weight or who have digestive health issues. Includes the initial consult plus 6 bi-weekly follow up appointments.
Best for those who are looking to lose significant weight or are on a longer journey to better health. Includes the initial consult plus bi-weekly check-ins and emails through your transformation to better health.
In addition to the above packages, we also offer…
One-Hour Nutrition Consultation $195: For those not ready to sign up for a nutrition package, we offer a stand-alone, initial one-hour consult where we review your medical history, current food intake, your sleep, movement and other lifestyle factors that could be influencing your health. We discuss your specific goals and together, we develop a plan to achieve them. These visits can be done in my office or virtually. Contact us for more information.
Ask Me Anything Call $149: These are 45-minute phone calls I do with people who are looking to simply ask questions and get some tips on food, supplements and lifestyle issues. Does not include any analysis of food journal, labs or follow up appointments. I also offer these calls to people looking to change careers and aren’t sure which nutrition program is best for them, and I consult with natural food companies to offer marketing advice. Book an Ask Me Anything appointment today.
Refer a family member or friend and you will receive a free follow-up check in, plus they will get 10% off their service package.
Gift certificates are also available.
Ready to get started on your health transformation?
My energy came soaring back and the need for the 3:00 fix disappeared.
“After reviewing my food log and lab tests, Diana had me increase both my carbohydrate (sweet potatoes, beets, potatoes) intake and also increase my fat intake, healthy fats of course. She also recommended certain supplements to help address some underlying issues. My energy came soaring back and the need for the 3:00 fix disappeared. My energy level also stays constant throughout my workouts and I’ve achieved some new lifetime personal records at the age of 46.”
OTHER WAYS TO WORK WITH ME
Business Consultation/Coaching: Want to get into the nutrition field but don’t know where to begin? Thinking about getting your RD, MS degree or attending another nutrition program like IIN or NTA? I get these questions on a weekly basis and have helped hundreds of people to make better decisions about their future. Depending on your financial situation, career goals, education background and more, I will give you my unbiased thoughts on what I think the best direction is for you. Have you already attended a program but need some guidance on how to launch, improve or market your practice? Just contact me to set up an “ask me anything” consultation.
Nutrition and Marketing Consulting: I’m a consulting dietitian to Robb Wolf, Whole30, Nom Nom Paleo, and Dr. Kirk Parsley. I also frequently contribute nutrition, sustainability, and “viewpoint” pieces to many other publications and blogs. I’ve held senior positions in marketing for Whole Foods Market and National Public Radio. I also consult with organizations and businesses whose values align closely with mine. Please contact me to see if we’re a good match.
Workshops/Speaking: I frequently speak at gyms, community groups, conduct corporate workshops and travel internationally presenting on a wide variety of topics including: human nutrition, food policy, social justice, animal welfare, and environmental issues in food production. Appearences have included: Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley, Gordon College, Simmons College, The Ancestral Health Symposium, Queenstown, New Zealand, The Savory Institute, New England Meat Conference, Paleo Primal Price Foundation, Paleo(f)x, Harvest New England, and The Mother Earth News Conference. Please contact me if you’d like to discuss a speaking engagement for your organization.
Film Screenings and Q&A Sessions: Sacred Cow: The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat is available for group screenings followed by a Q&A session with me, the director and producer of the project. Please contact me for more information for virtual or in person screenings rates.
I can’t recommend her enough.
“Diana Rodgers brings a wealth of experience with food—from growing it on her own farm, to preparing it in delicious and nutritious ways, to designing dietary plans to prevent and reverse disease. I can’t recommend her enough.”