My name is Jennifer Belanger and I am a Registered Dietitian (RD) based in Belchertown, Massachusetts. I believe that food and nutrition should be easy and fun! I coach parents, children, and adolescents through the muddy waters of what good nutrition should look like for happy, healthy families. Check out the About and Videos tabs to see me in action! 

My first ecookbook, Fueling Families, is now available! 40+ family friendly recipes, cooking and nutrition tips, secrets to feeding picky eaters, and more! Click here to purchase!


Pediatrics & Adolescents 

We work with kids, teens, and their families on nutrition issues like disordered eating and body image concerns, food allergies, picky eating, and everything in between. If you are concerned about your child's weight, we take a body-positive, inclusive approach to healthy eating patterns, striving to achieve balance for optimal physical and mental health.

For Appointments, call 413.658.8590


My team and I are trained to deliver evidence-based Medical Nutrition Therapy. We can help you with diabetes management, heart health, cholesterol and triglyceride management, gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies, balanced eating and more! We believe in Health-At-Every-Size, and care much more about your healthy habits versus that number on the scale!

For Appointments, call 413.658.8590

What is a Registered Dietitian?

An RD is a food and nutrition expert. RDs are extensively trained to provide Medical Nutrition Therapy. The education and guidance you will get from an RD is evidence based and scientifically proven via rigorous research studies. RDs have, at minimum, a Bachelor's degree in Food and Nutrition from an accredited university, and have passed a national exam to obtain the highly coveted RD credential. RDs must also obtain continuing education credits and maintain a professional development portfolio to stay abreast of the new research and science in the field. With so much misinformation available online, on the news, and from your family and friends, it's very easy to get confused. Keto? Atkins? Paleo? Intermittent Fasting? Where do you begin? Nutrition is not a "one size fits all" discipline. My approach to nutrition is simple and realistic. I emphasize the importance of "back to basics," focusing on balance, variety, moderation, and fun!

Get in Touch!

413-468-0351 (*note, our office phone number has changed)

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