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A Fresh Approach To Nutrition Counseling
Jane Schwartz, Princeton Dietitian Nutritionist
Jane Schwartz, RDN, believes eating should be fun and interesting, as well as healthy and empowering. She takes a fresh approach to nutrition counseling that focuses on achieving real, measurable results with real food that tastes great. That starts by looking at every area of your life that affects your food choices–and making lasting, positive change.
"I live and breathe everything related to food and health. I’m here to guide, cheer and coach you through the often confusing world of nutrition, whether your focus is weight, health or a chronic condition."
–Jane Schwartz, RDN, CLT
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Nutrition Counseling

A holistic, integrative and down-to-earth approach to nutrition that builds from your goals and lifestyle.

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Workshops & Seminars

Jane can create a presentation unique to your group’s needs from a variety of intriguing topics.

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Micronutrient Testing

SpectraCell Micronutrient Testing provides an accurate analysis of your body’s deficiencies.

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Jane's Blog

Stay motivated every step of the way. View recipes and clean eating tips with inspiring stories.

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Is Nutrition Counseling Right for You? 

If you are trying to lose weight, live with a food allergy, or manage a chronic health condition, you know that healthy eating is the key to your success. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), Jane has years of experience helping clients with such conditions as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, autoimmune disease, gastrointestinal disorders or food sensitivities.

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"Jane doesn’t just dictate what you should do—she makes you an active participant in making positive changes in your life."
–Paula D.
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