At the George Wellbeing Center, we provide personalized, client-centered nutrition planning aimed at addressing you as a whole-person. We help individuals and families identify connections on how food choice impacts movement, sleep, stress, and relationships in your life. Our intention is to collaboratively create obtainable eating strategies that nourish a productive and joyful life.

Getting Started

Start by scheduling a free Foundation session. During your session, you and your nutritionist will co-author a wellbeing plan to help you achieve your top nutrition goals.

Nutrition FAQs

Nutrition Pricing

60-minute Foundation Session

  • Free to all clients

60-minute private nutrition session

  • $95 Public
  • $85 Y members

30-minute private nutrition session

  • $55 Public
  • $50 Y members

Meet our Nutrition Team

Caroline M. Fox RD, MS

Nutritionist

Caroline has over 10 years of experience working with diverse populations in a variety of settings including fitness centers, clinics, and community nutrition programs. She specializes in nutrition counseling for moderate to heavy weight-loss maintenance, recognizing that these achievements truly require lifestyle and behavior change. Caroline also utilizes nutrition to help manage risk factors and symptoms of chronic disease, post Bariatric-Surgery weight-loss maintenance, digestive health and longevity, sports nutrition, and building a healthier relationship with food. It’s her passion to help people adopt a healthy lifestyle that will lead to better health & wellbeing, successful weight-loss and maintenance, and gained feelings of self-efficacy and self-worth.

  • Masters of Science Nutrition and Health Promotion, Simmons University Boston, MA
  • Certificate in Sports Nutrition, Simmons University Boston, MA
  • Bachelors of Science in Psychology, University of Connecticut Storrs, CT

Brie Smith, RD, MS

Nutritionist

Brie holds a Master’s of Science of Nutrition and Dietetics and has over 13 year of field experience. She has held positions in a variety of practice areas including: community based nutrition education, public health promotion, and clinical nutrition. Skills that Brie brings to her practice are meal planning, navigating food allergies, sensitivities/intolerances, intuitive eating, and supporting family feeding dynamics.

Brie uses a holistic lens to take into account each individuals unique wellbeing goals in preventing and managing chronic symptoms. She believes that eating is a dynamic integration between body and mind. She will work as a compassionate guide to help you determine the most productive foods that lead you toward whole-person wellbeing. 

  • Masters of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics, Central Michigan University
  • Bachelors of Science in Food & Nutritional Sciences, Seattle Pacific University