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

Meet our Nutrition Team

Caroline M. Fox RD, MS


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


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