Stacie Delucia, MS, RDN

From the time I was a little girl, I loved exploring the world of food. The colors, smells, and flavors seemed to me an endless possibility of creativity and delight. I’ve carried that love with me into my professional life as a registered dietitian nutritionist. I am passionate about helping others build a healthy (and even exciting) relationship with food. 

Nourishing foods don’t have to be boring, and it’s my mission to help others realize that! Fresh, whole foods are at the core of what I teach, and knowing the source of those foods is so important. The origin and environment of our food, from growth to transportation, is an important aspect of our health and wellbeing. Sustainable agriculture has become another important focus of my work and education in the practice of nutrition.

The integration of my nutritionist background into functional medicine has been one of the most fulfilling roles in my work. I love being able to get to the root causes of a presenting issue and help others along their journey towards developing a healthy relationship with food that ultimately enhances their lives.

I love what I do, and I love helping others find that same joy for food that nourishes both the soul and the body.

When I’m not cooking up new recipes in the kitchen, you’ll find me enjoying nature, playing guitar, or expressing myself through creative writing.

Board Certification: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist; Licensed Dietitian in the state of Massachusetts Education: Bachelors of Science in Dietetics from the University of Delaware; Currently completing a Masters in Functional Nutrition from Parker University
Dietetic Internship: Completed 1200 hours of supervised practice with the Gulf Coast Dietetic Internship

Fun Facts

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

I would be working in wildlife conservation or environmental sustainability.

What was the craziest thing you did in college?

I spent some time in Hawaii working and living on an organic coffee farm and traveling across the island on the weekends.