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Nutrition

The world of food and nutrition can be an overwhelming one! In an age where social media is king, it can be very difficult to decipher what is reliable information and what can be potentially harmful or dangerous. Adolescent female athletes can be a particularly vulnerable population; dispelling nutrition myths and providing proper information to our girls supports the development of a healthy relationship with both food and body.  Proper nutrition is essential for growth, hormonal functioning, not to mention optimal performance.  Our approach emphasizes moderation, balance, and enjoyment of a variety of foods with a special focus on performance. We do not believe in diets, “good foods”, or “bad foods”.   We take an individualized approach with our clients that focus on meeting their unique needs and challenges. We believe in empowering our girls to make choices that they feel good about that will nourish and support their bodies!

 

Laura Moretti MS RD CSSD LDN

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Laura Moretti completed Master’s Degree in clinical nutrition as well as her didactic program in clinical dietetics at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies. She completed her dietetic internship at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital including intensive training at the Weill Cornell Medical Center inpatient eating disorder treatment program. Laura recently moved to Boston from New York City to join the Sports Medicine Team at Boston Children's Hospital where she is also the Dietitian for the Female Athlete Program. She previously worked as the Primary Nutrition Therapist at Columbus Park Collaborative and Appleman Nutrition in New York City. She possesses a specialty in sports performance based nutrition as well as treating low energy availability, disordered eating and eating disorders in athletes.  Laura has an extensive amount of experience in consulting and collaborating with local colleges, universities, professional sport and dance facilities. She also is the consulting RD for the Boston Ballet Company. Laura is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, International Academy of Eating Disorders, Massachusetts Dietetic Association, Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitian Association, Co-Chair of the AED Sport and Exercise SIG, and the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. On a personal note, Laura is a competitive triathlete as well as a Boston Marathon Qualifier. 

 

Get Fit at Girl Fit

  • Get Fit Package: $500.00
    • The Get Fit Package includes: (1) 1-on-1 Injury Prevention/Performance Enhancement Session with a physical therapist, (1) Nutrition Consultation with a registered dietician, (2) follow up nutrition appointments, (3) Work It Out sessions, & (5) Girl Fit or Yoga Classes
  • Individual 60 Minute Nutrition Evaluation: $200.00
  • 60 Minute Follow Up  Appointment: $150.00
  • 30 Minute Follow Up Appointment: $100.00