Add value to your fertility and prenatal clients

Without having to take another qualification!

Help your clients meet their goals

Nutrition plays across all aspects of your client’s health. But during pregnancy, nutrition becomes even more important. 

Together, we can help your clients meet their goals while allowing you to focus on your speciality!

Offer more value

If your clients have nutritional pregnancy concerns, imagine how thrilled they’ll be when you say “I know just the expert to help!”.

Complementary care

Let’s work together to help your clients feel great, achieve their goals and get the care they’re seeking.

Simplify your work

Get access to expert nutrition care for your clients without having to take extra time out of the specialist area you love.

Expert nutrition support for your clients

As a fertility, pregnancy and postpartum specialist Registered Dietitian Nutrionist, I work alongside 

  • Chiropractors
  • Personal Trainers
  • Pelvic Health Therapists
  • Midwives
  • Obstetricians
  • Gynecologists
  • Doulas
  • Mental Health Therapists

To create personalized plans and group programs for women before, during and after pregnancy

I found Alyssa after I became a postpartum doula. Before becoming a doula, I knew nutrition was important for childbearing, but I didn’t know much other than to take prenatals and get some protein. After spending time following her, I realized that I had so much more to learn, both for my own sake and for the sake of my postpartum clients. Specifically, it has been wonderful to have Alyssa’s expertise and guidance during my own fertility journey as I try to optimize my health for any future pregnancies. She gives practical information that is easily applicable to my particular circumstances and truly listens to my questions, concerns, limitations, etc. I feel like I have a much richer understanding about how to plan, optimize, and enjoy foods that support health and well-being. I look forward to continuing my journey with her throughout my childbearing years!

Hi, I’m Alyssa

Nutrition is one part of the puzzle that makes up our client’s health and wellbeing goals. 

I help women harness the power of nutrition to be healthy in their pregnancy so they have peace of mind knowing they’re doing all they can for their baby. 

As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I work alongside other health and wellbeing professionals: taking the strain off their business by giving them space to focus on their speciality instead of multi-tasking and learning the intricacies of fertility and pregnancy nutrition. 

So they can offer their clients the best service without having to learn more, be more and stress more!

Get expert prenatal and pregnancy nutrition advice for your clients

1. Let’s talk

I’d love to find out more about your practice and how we can best support your clients 

2. Refer a client

If you’d like to refer a client, feel free to pass on our website or email address. Or complete the form on the contact page.

3. Relax, your clients love you!

Your clients will love the extra care and attention you bring to your services.

Got questions?

What services do you offer?

I offer both one-on-one appointments (health insurance may cover costs) for women and couples before, during and after pregnancy. Including nutrition assessments for women with specific health concerns such as PCOS and Endometriosis, pregnancy assessments for Gestational Diabetes and Preeclampsia risk, and postpartum nutrition concerns. 

I also offer a 15 week course for prenatal nutrition. Contact me for more information about my affiliate program.

Do you only see clients in Ohio?

No, I can see clients throughout the US with a couple state specific exceptions. Reach out for more details.

What’s the difference between a Nutritionist and a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist?

Registered Dietitians go through very specific and rigorous training. They are highly educated in the field of nutrition and dietetics — the science of food, nutrition, and their impact on human health.

This requires a science degree, including courses in biology, microbiology, organic and inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy, and physiology, as well as more specialized nutrition coursework.

Through extensive training, dietitians acquire the expertise to provide evidence-based medical nutrition therapy and nutritional counseling tailored to meet an individual’s needs. 

Nutritionist is not a regulated term and anyone can call themselves a nutritionist with or without any specific training.

How do I refer a client?

If you’d like to refer a client, feel free to pass on our website or email address. Or complete the form on the contact page.

An extra level of care that enhances your client satisfaction