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My Story

I’m Nicole Roesch – a Licensed Registered Dietitian, Health Coach, loving wife and mom (best job ever!)…and food freedom advocate. As someone who experiences a GI disorder, I didn’t always have such a positive relationship with food. Still, my journey has allowed me to connect with and support others in a very authentic way.

My Story

I am a proud Floridian born and raised in Buffalo, NY.

I grew up with two loving parents and an older brother. Our mom died when I was 11 years old after an 18-month battle with lung cancer. To say we were devastated is an understatement.

My first experience with wellness began while my mom was sick. Our entire family was drinking carrot juice! She had a team of doctors who believed in the power of food. As a home economics teacher, she did too.

From an early age, I had gastrointestinal issues. As I got older and my symptoms worsened, I searched for answers and met with doctors but found little relief.

I returned to university to learn about my condition and how to treat it. I discovered medical nutrition therapy (MNT) that helped me stay relatively symptom-free to this day.

Through education and internship, it became clear whom I needed to help as I counseled adolescents and adults. My eyes were opened to how difficult behavior change can be without a support system.

I made it my mission to identify and support key health behaviors before a condition becomes irreversible.

I marry the two practices of health counseling and clinical nutrition to give my clients the best possible experience.

You can start with self-care. If your body and mind are not being fed, there is no foundation to stand on.

My Philosophy

Healthy eating begins at home, but we may not have the skills and knowledge to put it into place. While statistics are often cited to the role of nutrition and health, rarely are we taught HOW to put it into place.

I believe that:

  • Healthy eating and exercise doesn’t have to be boring but it does take work.
  • Cooking is essential to eating healthy. Relying upon ready-to-eat foods takes away the connection to our food system.
  • It’s never too late to learn to cook healthy foods.
  • Culture, taste, and access to food are significant factors to be considered in meal planning and in overall health.
  • People can change when they discover their real reasons for change.
  • Nutrition education should be the foundation from an early age for a healthy lifestyle.
  • We have to craft our environment to set us up for success.
  • What we eat has a profound affect on our overall health and rarely does conventional medicine address these issues or are overlooked.

Life can throw us roadblocks and can stop us in our tracks. But life is meant to be savored and enjoyed.


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Taking this first step is THE toughest. It's like making that appointment to see a doctor or get that gym membership. But once you do? You'll wonder what took you so long.

Fun Facts

I bet you didn’t know:

I won a championship in motorcycle racing (GRRRL power!) while working for NASCAR

I do yoga for the spiritual practice

I eat the same thing for breakfast every day

I am a certified personal trainer and former CrossFit coach

I worked in the lunchroom of my kids school for a year

I LOVE spending time with my family on the boat or on the sports fields


I am a foodie, and happy parents make ME happy!

  • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), licensed in the state of Florida
  • Precision Nutrition Level 2 Master Health Coach
  • Over 12 years in actively practicing in the health and wellness space

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