Isabel Milosevich, RDN

Since high school, food and nutrition have been a part of my interests. Beginning as an extension of who I was, these elements quickly became a core portion of my life. When my mother started struggling with health issues, she began to consider alternative avenues of healing. Personalizing her diet with specific foods and lifestyle practices helped to change the trajectory of her health outcomes. It was so fascinating to learn that prioritizing what we put on the ends of our forks, could completely redirect how we felt both physically, emotionally, mentally, and more. The power of whole foods is undeniable– and I’ve learned that through the proper use of them, we can find balance in our lives.

Pursuing this lifestyle has also brought to my attention the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and the process by which we obtain our food. From farm to plate, all of the steps in between play an integral role not only for our health but for our economy, environment, and animal welfare. These are values I strive to share through my work as a dietitian.

Since deciding to pursue a career in nutrition, my heart and values have always been geared toward a functional and integrative approach. I hope that through myself and my fellow practitioners, clients can recognize the autonomy that they can gain from learning about their bodies and their specific nutritional needs. Our health is truly in our own hands and I am so excited to help spread this message to as many clients as possible.
When I am not in the office, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, being outside, traveling, cooking up new recipes in the kitchen, checking out a local farmer’s market, and playing with my cat, Felix.

Board Certifications: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist; Licensed Dietitian in the state of Massachusetts. Education: Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Wellness from Simmons University. Didactic Program in Dietetics Certificate from Simmons University. Dietetic Internship: Completed 1200 hours of supervised practice through Priority Nutrition Care’s Distance Dietetic Internship.

Fun Facts

If you were not a dietitian, what would you do?

I’d probably want to work with animals in some way and/or have my own natural beauty and hygiene company.

What was the craziest thing you did in medical school?

I spent a summer working and living on an organic farm in South Africa where I learned about sustainable living practices, organic farming and anti poaching.