Co-Founder/MS, RD, LDN, CLT
“We rarely think of food as medicine, but if you change the way you think about your diet, food can become the best medicine of all. The gut is often referred to as your second brain and we need to fuel it properly. I value the science behind what we eat and truly enjoy working with you to help establish realistic goals, so you can nourish your body in ways that can be easily incorporated into your daily lifestyle.”
Kerah obtained both her B.S. in Dietetics and M.S. in Health Promotion/Allied Health Sciences from the University of Connecticut. Her diverse background as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist includes both clinical and outpatient support, but her true passion lies in applying an integrative and functional approach to patient care. Kerah has particular interests in food sensitivities, digestive wellness, nutrigenomics, and hormonal balance. She is actively pursuing advanced education in integrative and functional medical nutrition therapy (IFMNT).
Kerah places emphasis on the whole-person and recognizes no two individuals are the same. She applies a unique combination of functional nutrition with an integrative approach to identify the root cause of your health concerns. Using whole foods and lifestyle changes, she develops personalized plans tailored to your individual needs that facilitate preventative and restorative health. Her true joy comes from connecting with each person and helping them live life to the fullest.
Kerah is a military spouse and currently lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters. Along with spending quality time with her family, she enjoys discovering local farmers’ markets, reading, and listening to live music.
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