Elisa Ross Nutrition

9 Field Street Suite 218,
Belfast ME 4915

Phone: 207-338-1655



Elisa Ross Nutrition

"Food can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison."

Elisa helps clients improve their health and well being through the use of whole foods and lifestyle changes. She uses an integrative approach, looking at the person, not just the disease or the symptom. Because we are all unique individuals, each session is tailored to a client’s particular health goals, nutrition needs, dietary restrictions, and food preferences. Elisa uses a team approach built on trust, non-judgement, and open communication.

Elisa works with clients with a wide variety of health concerns, from managing chronic disease to chronic “un-wellness.” This includes blood sugar imbalance and sugar cravings; vegan and vegetarian diets; heart disease and high blood pressure; Ulcerative Colitis and Chron’s Disease; Irritable Bowel Syndrome; weight management; food allergies and sensitivities, including food sensitivity testing; Celiac Disease and gluten sensitivity; autoimmune disease; cognitive decline; and more.

Insurance is accepted and includes Aetna, Anthem (BC/BS), Cigna, Community Health Options, MedNet, and Harvard Pilgrim. Those without insurance are encouraged to contact the office about payment options.

Questions, comments, and inquiries are welcome.

About Elisa Ross, RDN, LD

RDN, LD (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist)

Elisa is passionate about food and nutrition and loves talking to people about it. Elisa became a Registered Dietitian in 2013. She completed her Dietetic Internship through Keene State College in New Hampshire, a rigorous year and a half post-baccalaureate program including master's level coursework and work in the local nutrition community. She received a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition from the University of Maine. In addition to her private practice, Elisa consults with Head Start in Waldo County and writes a monthly "Nourishing Nutrition" column for the Free Press. Elisa supports the local food movement and grows her own food at home. When not at work, she enjoys playing in her garden, dancing, hiking, and spending time with her family, including her Golden Retriever, Kota.