Rachel Brandeis Is Your Nutrition Expert

Rachel has the credibility and the education to translate nutrition science into practical tools and  strategies. Her clients have often experienced information overload from the internet, and are now looking for custom tailored advice. Rachel makes each recommendation for the specific client, so they know that no matter their health concern she offers a solution. She helps separate fact from fiction, junk from science and after her many years of experience, she knows what works and what doesn’t.

Rachel’s clients feel empowered, energized, and excited to work with her. They are confident that they can implement her advice and motivated to make a lasting change. Although Rachel provides client-focused medical nutrition therapy as her core service, her depth of knowledge and experience in the industry set her apart from other Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs).

Some of Rachel’s clients come to her for weight loss, while others have a specific medical diagnosis that requires specialized nutrition therapy. She’s an expert on the topic of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Pregnancy, especially in the case of multiples, and fertility are other areas of focus. Rachel has successfully treated patients struggling with G.I. issues and insulin resistance, too. She benefits her clients with more than 20 years of experience, numerous television appearances as a nutrition expert, and a variety of keynote presentations on medical nutrition therapy.

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“Finding Rachel was truly the BEST thing that ever happened to me!!! Rachel’s dietary knowledge and advice helped me to lose 69 lbs! I only wish I had found her years ago! I now feel confident and in control…what a beautiful feeling that is!!!

Rachel is truly my angel and I will forever be grateful!!!!”


Susan S.

“Rachel helps our patients understand that healthy eating does not require a starvation diet. She helps them learn to make healthy choices, enjoy mealtime and get back on the path to health. ”


Dr. Mark P.

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