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Jeanne M. Rocco, MS, RDN 

Nutritionist - Registered Dietitian ​

​Integrative Nutritional Therapy 

Food and Dietary Supplement Coach 

Jeanne is a Dietitian in Integrative and Functional Medicine and works frequently in the following areas:

 

  • Digestive Health – IBS, GERD, Food Sensitivities/Intolerances

  • Autoimmune Conditions – IBD (Diverticulitis/Crohn’s), Celiac, Food Allergies

  • Blood Sugar Management/Metabolic Syndrome

  • Cardiovascular Health- Blood Pressure/Cholesterol

  • Weight Management

  • Skin Care Nutrition  

  • Eating and Mood Disorders

  • Basic Nutrition/Healthy Eating  

Growing up in an Italian family inspired my love for food and 

people, giving me insight into the Mediterranean diet and 

natural remedies at an incredibly young age. The importance of the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of eating 

were instilled in me from the start. Regular mealtimes (especially Sunday dinners) ensured proper nutrition, food 

security, and a sense of strong family values.  

 

My grandparents planted the seeds for my discovery and nurtured the roots of my passion for nutritional wellness. They 

innately knew how to select, prepare, and repurpose foods for consumption and use foods as medicine, too. We had 

limited access to processed food, shopped locally, made fresh pasta and breads, jarred our own tomatoes, and 

homemade wine was a staple at mealtime. I remember picking dandelions in the fields behind our house and having a 

yard full of selected herbs for either consumption or to make tinctures for healing cuts, scrapes, and bug bites. 

 

After years of schooling and formal training, I have a bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University and a master’s 

degree from New York University. Currently, I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with more than 30 years' expertise in 

clinical nutrition and health and wellness. As an integrative and functional medicine practitioner, I continue to educate 

people on the importance of dietary supplements and the science of nutrition. 

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Hours: Every Monday and Friday

11am- 6pm by appointment 

 

 

Fee Schedule 

Initial session: $125 

60 min  - Comprehensive Nutritional 

Assessment and Plan  

∙Food and Beverage Intake  

∙Supplement Usage 

∙Lifestyle Triggers 

∙Goals setting or Goal Re-setting 

Follow up session : $75 

30 Minute- Follow up Nutrition 

Coaching Session

       

∙Diet and Supplement Modifications  

∙Food Favorites and Meal Planning 

∙Shopping and Label Reading 

∙Recipes and Cooking Tips  

 

Nutrition Coaching Package $395

Initial (60 minute) Coaching Session and Four (30 minute) Follow Up Sessions 

What is Integrative Nutritional Therapy? 

One-on-One Nutrition Coaching with customized programs that include both food and dietary supplements to provide 

optimal nutrition.  

What is Optimal Nutrition? 

Nutrients are compounds in food and other natural substances that are essential for life. 

 

Examples of nutrients are protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and water.  The same nutrients found in foods 

can be obtained in dietary supplements in pill, capsules, tablet, powder, or liquid forms. 

 

When our daily intake of these nutrients falls short, our bodies may become sickly and don’t perform at their best. 

Dietary supplements may help boost our daily food and beverage consumption or may be used as nutraceuticals for 

specific health issues. 

 

Understanding the ways, the body obtains nutrients from food first and uses dietary supplements additionally, is 

fundamental for integrating nutrition into your daily life.

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