Our Approach

Our Therapeutic Approach

Eat Well Nova Scotia offers client-focused education and lifestyle modification services that are tailored to your specific needs and wellness goals.

As Registered Dietitians and Medical Nutrition Therapists, we take a root cause, holistic approach to preventing and treating metabolic, digestive, cognitive, and chronic illnesses by addressing poor gut health, chronic inflammation, and physiological imbalances at the cellular level.

We empower you to take charge of your health by making and managing nutrition and lifestyle choices that promote overall wellness. When you feel confident in living a healthy lifestyle, you can achieve better health and wellbeing now and into the future.


Meet the team

Our team of highly experienced dietitians are dedicated to helping you achieve optimal health and longevity through the use of therapeutic nutrition and lifestyle medicine. We provide telephone and virtual nutrition and lifestyle counselling services to clients across the province and in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.

Nicole Marchand

MSc, RD, & Owner

Nicole Marchand, MSc, RD, is the founder and owner of Eat Well Nova Scotia. She graduated with Distinction from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Human Nutrition in 2010 and began her career in private practice in 2013. In December 2022, she completed her Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, extending her expertise in digestive health, metabolic health, and chronic disease.

With over a decade in experience in studying and researching the impact of poor gut health and inflammation on metabolic and immune health, Nicole specializes in ailments related to these imbalances.

She believes that everyone can develop a healthy relationship with food while optimizing their health with the right tools, resources, and mindset required to navigate a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Meghan Rombeek


Meghan Rombeek, a dietitian with over 10 years of experience in primary care and children’s metabolic health research, joined Eat Well Nova Scotia in 2021. She completed her Masters of Nutrition and Metabolism at the University of Alberta and an Honours Bachelor of Science at the University of Guelph.

Meghan is passionate about maternal & women’s health, feeding healthy families, and helping clients overcome the stigmas and misconceptions surrounding weight and health. She takes a holistic and practical approach to changing eating habits and helping clients navigate personal challenges and find individualized solutions. Meghan believes that healthy eating is unique to each person and that progress, not perfection, leaves to improved health.

Based in Bridgewater, NS, Meghan offers telephone and virtual nutrition counselling across the province.