Rory Hornstein, RD.

Individual Consults

Personalized Nutrition Consulting by a Registered Dietitian (available for any gastrointestinal nutrition appointment). A 60 minute session includes:

Nutrition Assessment

  • Comprehensive nutrition and health interview
  • Analysis of your carbohydrate, fat, protein, vitamin, and mineral intake and needs
  • Discussion of areas of specific concern or interest to you

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

The challenge of dealing with a chronic illness can change the course of one's life. To get well does not mean to "cure" this disease. It does, however, mean you can help the bowel and decrease the devastating symptoms of this illness. read more...

Weight Management/Intuitive Eating

The challenge of dealing with a chronic illness can change the course of one's life. To get well does not mean th "cure" this disease. It does, however, mean you can help the bowel and decrease the devastating symptoms of this illness. read more...


Low FODMAP Diet

FODMAPs are found in the foods we eat. FODMAP is an acronym referring to a collection of molecules found in food, that can be poorly absorbed by some people. read more...

Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is a medically diagnosed condition of an intolerance to gluten in the diet. Gluten is the protein component of wheat, rye, barley and oats. In people with celiac disease, after consuming gluten, the small intestinal lining becomes inflamed. read more...

Nutrition Recommendations

  • A Personalized Nutrition Program designed to meet your nutritional needs
  • Strategies to help you attain a healthier diet
  • Meal, snack and menu ideas developed with your input


Sports Nutrition

Receive a personalized fueling plan that will help you reach your health, weight & performance goals. Rory specializes in helping active people fuel themselves optimally for high energy, enhanced performance, good health, and weight management. read more...

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders can be difficult to detect. The media glamorization of so-called ideal bodies, coupled with the view that dieting is a normal activity, can obscure a person's eating problems. It can be difficult for a person with an eating disorder to admit they have a problem. read more...

Food Journals

Many of us often eat in response to emotional or other triggers. It can be helpful to note whether the eating is in response to an emotion (such as boredom, sadness or frustration), or related to other activiites such as watching television or being around others who are eating. read more...

Sleep Disorders

Sufficient nightly sleep promotes positive energy, moods and physical health. If you have a sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea or insomnia, restful sleep can be difficult to come by. read more...

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