About Lisa Shettle
VOTED 10 BEST IN NUTRITION BY NATURAL NUTMEG
“I am passionate about translating the ever-changing science of nutrition into simple and meaningful information so patients can achieve optimal health without feeling deprived. I have learned that nutrition is completely individualized and that it is not a one-size-fits-all approach.”
Lisa is a licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Connecticut and a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut and graduated from the University of St. Joseph with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She is currently pursuing her Master of Science degree in Nutrition at the University of St. Joseph.
Lisa has provided evidence-based medical nutrition therapy counseling for a variety of chronic conditions for patients in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and community health care centers. She supports her patients with an individualized holistic approach while educating them about ways they can incorporate sustainable lifestyle changes in order to achieve their goals.
In her free time, Lisa enjoys traveling, working out, and spending time at the ocean with her husband, two children, and mini-goldendoodle.
Food & Nutrition Coaching
A Weight Loss Program That Works
Learn How To Eat Healthy Without Changing Your Busy Lifestyle
A registered dietitian nutritionist can help you sort through misinformation, learn how to read labels at the supermarket, discover that healthy cooking is inexpensive; and learn how to eat out without ruining your eating plan and how to resist workplace temptations.
Having Trouble Finding a Nutritious Balance?
You’re Not Alone. And I’m Here to Help!
When you suffer from conditions like celiac disease, food allergies or lactose intolerance, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by what you think you can’t eat. That can translate into a boring diet, and many even lead to nutrient deficiencies. Lisa can teach you how to read food labels so you’ll know which ingredients to avoid, and help you find substitutions to “keep your diet balanced and tasty too
Finding a Balance Can Be Hard, but Eating Healthy Doesn’t Have To Be
When you suffer from conditions like celiac disease, food allergies or lactose intolerance, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by what you think you can’t eat. That can translate into a boring diet, and many even lead to nutrient deficiencies. Lisa can teach you how to read food labels so you’ll know which ingredients to avoid, and help you find substitutions to “keep your diet balanced and tasty.
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After learning about your health history, favorite foods, eating and exercise habits, Lisa will help you set goals and prioritize. Follow-up visits will focus on maintenance and monitoring your progress.
Berlin, CT 06037