As a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist since 2008, I've been helping clients throughout the southeast achieve lasting lifestyle change through nutrition and recovery. The essence of my work is to facilitate education and empowerment for your growth towards health and wellness. As you walk the road less travelled, we journey together to ensure you are supported through hopeful accountability and gentle nutrition. Here's to you and your new-found strength to live free and whole in your every day life!
Jessica-Lauren Newby, MA, RDN, LD, CEDRD, IBCLC
Jessica-Lauren Newby is a master's level Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist with over a decade of experience in the deep South. She received a Bachelor of Human Environmental Sciences degree from the University of Alabama and concurrently completed the Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics; subsequently, she earned a Master of Arts in Health Studies from the University of Alabama where she began her training in eating disorder care and lactation support. She is currently completing her PhD in Nutrition at Auburn University. During her eight years at Auburn, she developed and implemented the nutrition services program for students, faculty, and staff and expanded care for eating disorders through a unified, multi-disciplinary team approach with various entities on campus. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, as well as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She is currently training to be a Holy Yoga Instructor. In her private practice, Jessica-Lauren specializes in helping clients restore their relationship with food, exercise, and body image. She works from a weight-neutral, harm-reduction, gentle nutrition approach to help individuals find their personal version of health and well-being. Jessica-Lauren believes that food is mental, physical, emotional, and even spiritual. She believes that food is medicine to our mind, body, and spirit. She is deeply devoted to the continual acquisition of knowledge and brings that into her daily work with clients as she seeks to understand the individual. Her hope is that when you spend time with her you feel heard and known. She is married to the love of her life; they have two amazing daughters and two crazy, wonderful dogs. She and her husband are intentionally raising their children around a family table that invites curiosity, evokes self-confidence, and helps them build a deeply-rooted belief that food is both fun and functional and meant to be enjoyed! She is deeply rooted in her faith and enjoys teaching, mentoring, and serving in those capacities. In her free time, she enjoys family movie nights, traveling, exploring all things food-related (growing it, procuring it, cooking it, and eating it!), and moving playfully while running, hiking, cycling, and practicing yoga.