Helping you look & Feel 10 years younger

Individual Counseling Services

Ruth (Ruth Clark, RD, MPH) believes that because every person is unique they require different approaches to help create positive changes. Starting with a comprehensive, holistic assessment and evaluation of lifestyle, eating habits, symptoms and hormones, she can help you discover and correct the eating patterns that may be leading to a wide array of problems such as low energy, weight gain, ill health, dependence on too many medications, poor digestion, high cholesterol, mood issues and more.

Here are some of the issues we most frequently see and address in nutrition consults:

Weight Loss Resistance
Hormone Imbalance
Cardiovascular Health
Diabetes Treatment and Prevention
Thyroid Disease
Healthy Adrenals
Gut Health
Food sensitivities
Weight Management

Real Stories

A diagnosis of diabetes at seventy-seven got my attention. The “I must think about losing weight sometime,” became NOW. While I ate a healthy diet and was fairly knowledgeable about nutrition, Ruth was a great ‘kick-starter,’ explaining about portions, when I might snack, and general wisdom for weight loss. Some six months later, 25 pounds lighter, and NO Diabetes! Thanks bunches.

— PE, Mindfulness Instructor

To learn more or to discuss your personal situation, click the button below to arrange a call with Ruth.

Small Group Programs

We periodically offer programs for small groups, some in-person and others online. These are announced in advance in our occasional newsletter. Use the button below to subscribe and receive notices.

Here are a few of the group programs offered from time to time:

  • Rejuvenation Jump Start Learn More…
  • Manage Your Weight, Mood and Health
  • Clean and Lean Cleanse Program Learn More…
  • Beat the Sugar Blues
  • Manage Menopause Naturally
  • Intuitive Eating
  • Taming the Holiday Sugar Monster

Visit our Worksite Wellness page for information about on-site business programs.

What is a Registered Dietitian?

Registered Dietitians or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDs or RDNs) have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with an accredited nutrition cirriculum. They complete required coursework approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). Then complete an accredited, supervised practice program at a health-care facility, community agency, foodservice corporation or complete a Master of Science in Nutrition. After completion they must pass a rigorous national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration to become a RD. Continuing professional education is required to maintain registration.

How we can Help

Healthy Adrenals

Healthy Heart
Gut Health
Thyroid Disease

Hormone Imbalance
Food Sensitivities
Weight Loss Resistance

Ruth Clark, RD, MPH
Smart Nutrition LLC
Peterborough, NH 03458


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