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Nosheen Hayat, MPH, RDN, LDN

About me

I'm a registered dietitian with eight years of experience delving into food and health--and I'm still learning every day. I completed my undergraduate degree at University of Maryland in nutritional sciences, and my graduate degree at University of Michigan in public health. I recently completed the final stretch of my training at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, where I provided nutrition support for patients with rare diagnoses, under the guidance of registered dietitians.

I am passionate about sustainable food systems, environmental effects on health, food insecurity, and challenging the status quo in health circles. I also enjoy cooking and any activity that involves being in the sun.

Nosheen Hayat poses for a portrait outdoors

About me

Nosheen Hayat poses for a portrait outdoors

I'm a registered dietitian with eight years of experience delving into food and health--and I'm still learning every day. I completed my undergraduate degree at University of Maryland in nutritional sciences, and my graduate degree at University of Michigan in public health. I recently completed the final stretch of my training at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, where I provided nutrition support for patients with rare diagnoses as they received treatment, under the guidance of registered dietitians.

I am passionate about sustainable food systems, environmental effects on health, food insecurity, and challenging the status quo in health circles. I also enjoy cooking and any activity that involves being in the sun.

My Practice

Getting to the root cause of problems is crucial to restoring health. Through my years of research, I have come to understand the importance of thinking critically about physiology, or how the body works, when providing nutrition interventions.

In this context, I help clients understand physiology, reframe how they perceive stress and its effects on the body, and the long-term consequences of nutritional deficiencies. With this foundation, we work on changing dietary and lifestyle habits that make a direct impact on symptoms and help restore balance in the body.

I see clients virtually and locally in Laytonsville, Maryland. An initial consultation is about 60-90 minutes, and a follow-up is about 30-45 minutes. I only work with clients on a long-term basis (at least 3 months) as this allows enough time to create new, sustainable habits and thoroughly troubleshoot health problems.

If you’re struggling with any of the following symptoms or issues, schedule a FREE Discovery Call today!

  • Excessive bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, urgency with bowel movements, heartburn (GERD), or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • High cholesterol or high blood pressure
  • Endocrine issues, such as hypothyroidism, diabetes, and PCOS
  • Menstrual cycle issues (i.e. pain, cramping) , premenstrual syndrome or PMS symptoms (changes in mood or appetite, bloating, cravings, etc.)
  • Poor sleep, waking through the night, or insomnia