Natalie Lowell has a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Simmons College in Boston, Ma. She has expertise coaching for long-term implementation and motivating continued success towards individualized goals. She has worked with weight loss, cancer, mental health and low-income populations, among others.
She has a passion for helping people find a lifestyle diet that works for their schedule, ability level and social life. As a mental health nutritionist at EIKOS Community Services in Boston, Natalie supported healthy eating patterns of residents with conditions ranging from bipolar disorder, OCD, short-term memory, diabetes and protein malabsorption. She assisted in answering supplement questions, collaborated in writing scripts for award-winning videos, app and website and recommended food alternatives to patients as a nutrition volunteer with Stacy Kennedy at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
At the Women’s Lunch Place, a women’s day shelter, Natalie assessed the nutritional quality of all recipes and worked side-by-side with the chef to create more diabetic-friendly solutions. Natalie currently works with a healthcare startup, Empathetics, Inc., where she coordinates outreach to bring empathy training to the healthcare field. Natalie seeks to create excitement for healthy living with everyone she works with. She hopes to remind people to celebrate food as the world’s first prescription for a healthy life.
Outside of her work, she can spend hours exploring cities, trails and food stores. She enjoys listening to science podcasts, experimenting with odd food combinations and discussing shocking health care articles with her friends.