About Adrienne

Specialties

 

Hormone Health

PCOS

Disordered Eating

Diabetes Prevention & Management

Mindful Eating

Chronic Kidney Disease

Nutrition for Aging

Food Intolerances & Sensitivities

Vegan/Vegetarianism

Adrienne Inger-Goss RDN, LDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist offering sound, simple nutrition interventions tailored to fit each individual's unique needs and preferences.  

Adrienne utilizes Intuitive Eating, HAES (Health At Every Size), and therapeutic approaches to help clients cultivate the awareness and skill-sets they need to find peace with food and body. 

 

Adrienne completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Maryland, and her clinical dietetic internship at a UCLA-affiliated hospital in Los Angeles, California. She is currently earning a Master's of Science degree in Nutrition from Northeastern University. 

 

Adrienne has over a decade of experience helping clients with hormone health including PCOS and thyroid conditions, disordered eating, diabetes prevention & management, digestive issues, chronic kidney disease, nutrition for aging and more. She has worked in hospitals, outpatient healthcare settings, and group practices. 

Adrienne received training through Monash University for the management of IBS.

 

She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. 

FAQ:

Do you accept insurance?

Adrienne is an out-of-network provider. She is able to provide superbill receipts to her clients upon request.

What is Intuitive Eating?

Adrienne is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and uses this evidence-based approach to foster healthy behavior change in her clients. For more information about Intuitive Eating, click here.

 

What is Health At Every Size? 

I practice through a Health At Every Size (HAES) lens, which means that I focus on helping people engage in evidence-based healthy behaviors, often without placing importance on the number on the scale. The metrics I use are clinical (ie trends in hormone and insulin levels, blood glucose, blood pressure, etc.) and observed (ie appetite regulation, food anxiety, energy/focus/mood). Weight is something I pay attention to if there has been a significant change, or in the event that weight restoration is necessary for recovery. I've found the simplest way to describe this approach is that, HAES practitioner or not, the nutrition science doesn't change. It's the nuance in delivery and care that make the difference. 

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