Our Advantage

We are well educated, with expereince, and know what we are doing. We have helped to set the standards for Integrative and Functional Nutrition. 

Who are we?

Betsy Redmond, PhD, MMSc, RDN

  Dr. Elizabeth Redmond

 Dr. Elizabeth Redmond

Dr. Redmond has experience in research, private industry, public health, and over a decade of experience in integrative and functional nutrition. She holds a PhD is in Nutrition from the University of Georgia, her dissertation evaluated the behaviors associated with reducing laboratory values in diabetes. Dr. Redmond also holds a Master's degree in Clinical Nutrition from Emory University, her Master's thesis reviewed the correlation of vitamin D and calcium on intestinal health and colorectal cancer. She was Chair of Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine, a 4,500-member nutrition practice group of the National Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is one of the authors of the Standards of Practice (SOP) and Standards of Professional Performance (SOPP) for Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy (IFMNT), and one of the three developers of the IFMNT Radial which has been utilized in several textbooks to explain the concept of integrative and functional nutrition to nutrition and health students. Dr. Redmond is the recipient of the 2016 Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine's Excellence in Practice award. She for has appeared on CNN, CWK, and has presented at many national conferences. Additionally, with more than 10 years of experience in functional laboratory testing she is an expert in functional laboratory assessment, focusing in laboratory nutrition testing, assessment of digestion and absorption, nutrigenomics and environmental testing. Dr. Redmond focuses on those looking for better health and to lower disease risk, weight loss, IBS, nutritional impact on sleep, as well as other health conditions.

Nancy Rosetti, BS, Health & Wellness Coach

Nancy has extensive experience in achieving goals and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Over two decades ago Nancy and her husband opened one of the first farm to table restaurant in Davenport Iowa. In that experience she learned to set, focus and attain goals. She also learned about living healthy in the real world. She later moved to Atlanta, GA to attend the Emory University’s Health Coach Certificate Program – approved by the International Consortium for Health & Wellness Coaching (ICHWC). Health coaching is client-centered, helping clients make the necessary adjustments to achieve desired health goals. While Dr. Redmond can help you set personalized nutrition goals, Nancy can help you to see how these goals can be attained. 


Caraline is a passionate and convincing advocate for living a balanced life that includes whole, sustainable and organic foods and a focus on the health properties of natural, unadulterated wines. Ms. Roussos earned her undergraduate degree in Nutrition from Texas Tech University, and also holds a Master's degree in Nutritional Science from Texas Tech University. She did her thesis on resveratrol and its effect on cancer cells. In addition to her work at Nutrition Provisions she is a lecturer, college-level instructor and along with her Greek-born husband runs a wine import business. Caraline believes that a Mediterranean diet – along with moderate wine consumption – provides adults with the optimal foundation for a wholesome, healthy lifestyle.

Why Choose us?

  • Dr. Redmond helped publish the standards of practice on Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Dr. Redmond developed the IFMNT Radial used as the primary tool to explain IFMNT in current nutrition textbooks
  • We have training from premier organizations in Integrative and Functional Nutrition.
  • We are well educated, with degree’s from regionally accredited research institutions.
  • We understand the current research, the difference between animal studies to human studies, from case studies to population research, and from evidence based to practice based.
  • We have spoken and written on nutrition in a variety formats and places