Nutrition Counseling


Design your own nutrition practice with a Registered Dietitian. We will work together to create a plan that sustains your food practice and your health.  We will help you to develop confidence as a consumer and address your health goals with creativity and knowledge. Nutrition counseling also includes cultivating your relationships with food. Make an appointment and find information about health insurance coverage.

Nutrition counseling offers support to…

Manage a chronic illness
Have better digestion
Manage anxiety and depression
Conquer eating issues

We specialize in…

Digestive issues
Food Allergies/Intolerances
Heart disease
Eating disorders

{Insurance Accepted: Harvard Pilgrim, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tufts, and United Healthcare}


Farmers Markets
Grocery Trip
Pantry Design
Personal Shopping
Meal Meditation

Farmer’s Market Exploration

We will tour a local farmers’ market to introduce you to the many benefits of eating local agriculture. You will meet farmers and learn where they come from, why they choose to farm, how they grow their crops and how to eat seasonally. You will also get to know many artisans, bakers, food purveyors and market managers. By building a sense of connection to the people who grow and make your food, you will become engaged with your community and inspired to make healthy and informed food choices. Remember that you are not alone in your nutritional journey and that you have a tons of local support.  

Guided Grocery Trip

How we should may seem complicated, but we can simply it! It all begins at the grocery store. Over 15,000 new food products are introduced every year. In addition, the media offers an abundance of conflicting information about what is healthy and what is not. I will help you navigate the store by helping you understand ingredient label misconceptions, the marketing gimmicks of health claims on food packaging, and what to actually purchase to better your health. 

Pantry Peek-In

What’s in your pantry? You may sometimes question the nutritional value of several food items in your home. Remodeling your pantry with me will change the way you feel. I will come to your home or business to help make sense of the nutritional value of each food item, clean your kitchen of unhealthy foods, and make suggestions to replenish your pantry. This is a great way to teach you and your family or co-workers about nutrition and eating for energy.  

Cooking Lessons

We will prepare a nutritionally-complete meal prep together in your home. By following my “intuitive cooking” method, you will be introduced to using ingredients in your pantry to make new meals. The meal prep will feature seasonal and local ingredients.  By the time we are done, you will feel inspired by your cooking and confident in more food prep. 


Meal Meditation

One hour to practice. Eating meditation is among the simplest, and mindfulness practices to practice at mealtimes. We will include chants, blessings, energy work + nutrition practice into the session. A nutritionally complete meal may be included in the program (additional charge). Experience, strengthen and connect with your meal + nutrition practice.

Wellness Programs

Bring a nutrition educational event to your school, company, or any group. Previous topics include plant-based cooking, basic nutrition, eating for energy, farm to table luncheons, juicing, healthier holidays, virtual grocery tours, local and sustainable living and more. Together we can create the perfect learning opportunity for your group. Registered dietitians, Nicole + Dianna , will create tailored presentations for your group.


  • Mayflower Municipal Health Group
  • Adams Media
  • Bryant University
  • New Hampshire National Guard
  • Bridgewater State University
  • Depuy of Johnson & Johnson
  • Morton Hospital
  • American Student Assistance
  • Foliage
  • Sturgis Charter Public School

Basic Wellness Programs:

Nutrition From the Ground Up

This workshop will support employees to understand the fundamentals of nutrition and their health. It will help them manage blood sugars, energy levels and hunger. The foods we choose to eat throughout the day can cause us to feel off-balanced, low energy levels and constant cravings. This workshop will give attendees the tools they’ll need to get started with a meal plan that fits their lifestyle and schedule.

Grocery Guide

Having a nutritionally balanced grocery list can be overwhelming. Let us guide you! It all begins at the grocery store. Over 15,000 new food products are introduced per year. In addition, the media offers an abundance of conflicting information about what is healthy and what is not. Learn to navigate the store with Registered Dietitian, Nicole Cormier, RD, LDN + Dianna Carpentieri, MS, RD, LDN. 

Farm to Table / Seasonal  Cooking 

This workshop will provide a seasonal and local food experience that incorporates tips for adding more seasonal foods into meals for a healthier lifestyle. Everyone will receive and taste nutritional complete recipes that include a “What’s in Season?” handout to bring home.