About Me

Hi! My name is Rachel and I am the founder of RI Nutrition.


A little about me, I was born and raised in Massachusetts, and after graduating from college I left for Southern California. I originally moved for only two months, but after the two months I was in love with the west coast and decided to stay! It was at first intimidating, having no job lined up and knowing only one person. However it didn’t take long for me to meet amazing new people who made California feel like home. The only thing it’s missing is my beautiful family!

I enjoy a simple and peaceful lifestyle. I spend as much time outside as possible, and explore new areas every chance I get. Before this year I hadn’t spent much time outside of New England. When I moved, the change in weather, landscape, terrain, and everything nature made me anxious to explore and see what else was out there. When I’m not outside, I’m usually curled up comfy with a good book or watching a scary movie!

I’m passionate about health in all aspects. I believe a balance in nutrition, exercise, and mental/emotional wellbeing will provide someone with what they need to be the best version of themselves. What you eat can alter all aspects of your life. When eating a nutritionally balanced diet, you’ll feel more energized, motivated, and focused. Food options now are confusing and deceiving. It can be very difficult to determine what’s healthy and what is just advertised to make you think it’s healthy. Having the knowledge to feed your body properly is empowering and will benefit you for life.

Everyone is unique and special. No one responds to specific foods the same way as the person next to them. Fad diets are usually temporary fixes that only work for a small majority of the population. To reach and maintain individual goals, you need an individual evaluation and diet plan. You need a plan that can carry you to a new, healthy, and lasting lifestyle. My goals are to provide people with the knowledge they need to lead the nutritious lifestyle they’ve always wanted.

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