Dietitians at Anderson’s Nutrition
Anderson’s Nutrition is a successful team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Each of the dietitians have different specialties, so we have a very dynamic team ready to work with you.
Our work experience includes:
- Certified Health Coaches
- Providing medical nutrition therapy in a clinical setting
- Participating in clinical research evaluation
- One-on-one nutrition counseling
- Group Counseling
- Public Speaking and Training
This RDN-owned practice started in 2006 with the goal of using customized nutrition planning because we believe in improving our client’s well-being. Our practice has helped hundreds of clients achieve life goals by using our specialized nutrition programs.
Some examples of custom developed programs include: gluten-free menus and grocery store tours for new Celiac patients, blood glucose management strategies for Diabetic clients, and menu optimization with supplementation for weekend warriors looking to boost athletic performance.
Anderson’s Nutrition offers health coaching and nutrition education to clients. All sessions begin with a focus on what change the client would like to make in their nutrition health. This is done so our team can understand each patient’s individual needs. During each session, discussions and goal setting with a health coach will help the client as they create their unique road map. The client will be accountable for the journey and guided to reach their final goal. Every path to success will be different because they are fully customized to each client.
Nicole Goodrich MS, RDN, LDN, CHWC
Nicole is not only the founder of Anderson’s Nutrition, but also a practicing lifestyle counselor passionate with helping you succeed. In 2006 she completed a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University, with a focus in lifestyle and behavior changes. Nicole has several other certifications, including Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management, and is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach.
Nicole works out of the Downingtown and virtual locations.
- Weight loss management
- Cardiovascular disorder
Christine Babey MS, RDN, CDE
Christine graduated from the University of Arizona with her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences. She attended Texas A & M University where she completed her dietetic internship as well as
Christine works at the North Scottsdale, Tempe
Christine is well rounded dietitian that works with individuals with:
- Diabetes and pre-diabetes
- Women’s health; perimenopause, menopausal, and post-menopausal
- Gastrointestinal issues
- Weight loss
Andrea DaRosa MS, RDN
Andrea completed her internship and graduated with a Masters in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University. As a mother of 2 teens, she knows how hard it is to eat healthy and try to please picky eaters. She loves to spend time with her husband, daughter, and son.
Andrea works at the Tempe and Gilbert locations.
- Healthy eating
- Disease prevention
- Weight management
- Weight loss
Jamie MacGibbon, RDN, LDN, CHWC
Jamie graduated from the University of Delaware with a BS in Human Resources as a Dietetics Major. She completed her dietetic internship in Illinois at Hines VA Hospital. She had previously received certification in child and adolescent weight management but wanted to add more diverse credentials.
Jamie works at the Downingtown, Wayne, and virtual locations.
- Diabetes patients
- Cardiovascular disease patients
- Weight management and weight loss
- Healthy Hearts patients
Michelle Hines MS, RDN
Michelle J. Hines is a Dietitian Officer with the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mercer University, and a Masters degree in Nutritional Sciences from South Carolina State University. Her professional experience includes nutrition counseling and education of Native American populations, foodservice and clinical nutrition management, public health nutrition, and regulatory.
Michelle works at the Gilbert and virtual locations.
- Healthy eating and disease prevention
- Weight loss for all ages
- Healthy Hearts
Heather Gauthier RDN
Heather graduated from Arizona State University with Honors with a B.S. in
Dietetics and also a B.A. in Art. She completed her dietetic internship at Iowa State University focusing on pediatrics and adult nutrition.
Heather works at the Tempe and virtual locations.
- Infant and pediatric nutrition
- Post-partum, maternal, and breastfeeding counseling
- Gestational diabetes
- Picky eaters
- GI disorders
- Childhood obesity and diabetic care
Brit Giles, Nutrition Coordinator
Britney received a bachelors degree in nutrition/dietetics at Arizona State University in Nutrition and Dietetics. She is completing her dietetic internship through Iowa State University’s Distance program. She has a passion for influencing the clients she works with to create a realistic plan toward healthy living. She enjoys working with women to improve their relationship with food and body.
Brit works at Gilbert and virtual locations.
- Overall Healthy Eating
- Mindful Eating
- Improving Relationship with Food
- Nutrition with Exercise
Tracy Lira NBC-HWC
Tracy is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach. She completed her training at Duke Integrative Medicine in 2018. Tracy is passionate about helping clients create realistic and attainable goals, specific to the unique challenges they are facing. By making small changes over time, clients are able to reach and sustain lasting change that fits within their lifestyle. Tracy enjoys supporting clients as they work through challenges and celebrate their successes.
Tracy works at our PA and virtual locations.
- Healthy eating
- Incorporating exercise
- Healthy home and physical environment
Christina Brochet MA,RD, LDN, CDE
Christina graduated from Messiah College with a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2004. She completed her dietetic internship as well as a M.A. in Nutrition Education at Immaculata University, where she also taught 2 semesters as an adjunct professor. She is a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). As a nutrition expert, she teaches what “everything in moderation” means and why “dieting” is not a way of life. She uses her experience and knowledge to develop an individualized plan to help you reach your nutrition goals.
Christina works at the Downingtown and virtual locations.
- Diabetes and pre-diabetes
- Gastrointestinal issues and food allergies
- Heart disease
- Bariatrics and weight loss
- Eating disorders
- Oncology, tube feedings, and weight gain