Jenny navigates clients towards a way of eating that brings pleasure, maintains good health, and is sustainable for a lifetime. Amidst all the conflicting nutrition advice out there, you can rely on Jenny for professional, evidence-based recommendations. Jenny provides Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) for clients who are currently dealing with a disease or condition such as high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes and pre-diabetes, and various GI disorders. She also provides counseling to individuals who are simply looking to use diet to optimize their wellness. Jenny’s food philosophy is influenced by her ten-plus years of yoga teaching and focuses on mindfulness, balance, and variety when it comes to food. You will not find rigid meal plans and strict food rules in her office. She provides clear education, practical tips, and tailored recipe suggestions. Think of Jenny as your nutrition coach, who will help you set and meet nutrition goals created with your individual history and preferences in mind.


Initial consultations with Jenny are one hour long and involve a detailed assessment of many aspects of your life including diet, physical activity, medical history, daily schedule/family life, medications/supplements, and medical history.  Based on this assessment, Jenny develops an individualized plan to help you reach your goals. Follow-up appointments are 30 minutes and involve reassessment and monitoring of your progress.

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Jennifer Brown, MS, RD (Jenny) is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Yoga Instructor. She earned her MS in human nutrition from Arizona State University in 2013. Since then, she has worked part time in hospital outpatient care, taught college nutrition courses for ASU, and coached groups and individuals in her private nutrition practice. She has been teaching yoga since 2007, when she completed her 500-hour professional yoga teaching certification at YogaWorks in New York, New York. Jenny is passionate about both nutrition and yoga, and integrates the two in her practice to provide individualized nutrition counseling that addresses the client as a whole person, not just a disease or condition.