As a clinical nutritionist in private practice for more than 25 years, I’ve worked with thousands of clients, helping with a host of health concerns. My goal is to provide compassionate, holistic support on the path to wellness. I look forward to working with you!
I like to approach each counseling session as an investigative collaboration—a kind of nutritional sleuthing process that examines your particular history and needs. Nutrient adequacy, optimal detoxification, biotic balance, complete digestion and absorption, appropriate food inclusions/exclusions, and anti-inflammatory nutrition—these are the essential stepping stones on the path to nutritional wellness. Together, we’ll create a “recipe” of nutritional solutions designed just for you.
Background and Training
I’ve practiced at Holistic Family Practice in Newbury, Massachusetts (1991-2017) and at Whole Life Health Care in Newington, New Hampshire (2000-present). I hold a Master’s Degree in nutritional biochemistry and metabolism from MIT and completed my internship in clinical dietetics at Children’s Hospital, Boston.
I also lecture at conferences and teach classes and workshops for registered dieticians, nurses, physicians, and other health-care professionals. Lecture topics have included Vitamin and Mineral Nutrition, Food Allergies/Sensitivities, Nutrition and Holistic Health, and Case History Analysis. Learn more about my lectures, speaking engagements, and other services I offer here.
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“Before I met Ranan, I was suffering with multiple allergies, an auto-immune disease (Graves), and an inability to digest my food without severe pain. The progress that I’ve made under Ranan’s care and guidance has literally given me back my health, happiness, and strength to overcome health challenges. The combination of healthy food, supplements, herbs, and vitamins suggested by Ranan has made it possible to discontinue all medication. I enjoy eating again because I am pain free! I intend to use the tools Ranan has given me for the rest of my life.” — Leah L.