Michelle Verona Williams is a Doylestown PA Registered Dietician and Nutritionist

Gastrointestinal Complaints

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Weight Management for the entire family

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Infant & Toddler Nutrition Questions?

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Struggling with Food Allergies?

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Picky Eater?

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Doylestown’s Child Nutrition Expert

Serving kids and parents for over 15 years

Michelle Verona Williams is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist who provides private nutrition counseling for children and adults in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.  Michelle has worked as a pediatric nutritionist and dietitian with children for the last 15 years in a variety of healthcare settings including time spent on staff at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the #1 ranked children’s hospital in the country.   Read more about Michelle here.

How can I help?

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Does this sound like you?

  • “My baby is ready for solid foods.  What foods should I give first?”
  • “My doctor said my 18 month old son’s weight gain is too slow.  How do I know if he is eating enough?”
  • “The school nurse said my daughter’s BMI is too high.  Does she need to lose weight?”
  • “My daughter is a vegetarian and I am not.  How do I know if she is getting enough protein and iron?”
  • “My 2 year old refuses all vegetables.  What can I do to encourage him to eat them?”
  • “My child has a food allergy.  What can I feed her?”
  • “My son is a football player and drinks protein shakes.  Are they healthy?”
  • “I have irritable bowel syndrome.  What foods should I eat”
  • ” I was just diagnosed with celiac disease.  How can I follow a balanced gluten free diet?”
  • “I have polycystic ovarian syndrome.  Do I need to follow a special diet?”

Michelle uses evidence based nutrition research to answer all of your questions.   Please call 215-968-5151 to schedule your appointment today.   Most insurance plans accepted.

Infant Nutrition

Over the next 12 months, you will see your baby grow and change each and every week. In the first 6 months of life, growth is fast; faster than at any other time in the entire lifespan. Read More…

Toddler Nutrition

Feeding a toddler can be messy literally and figuratively.  They haven’t yet mastered the use of utensils and prefer to use their fingers to eat. Read More…

School Age Nutrition

The school age child is maturing and becoming easier to feed.  Your child is eating meals with friends during school hours that may influence preferences. Read More…

Teen Nutrition

Nutritional intake during the teenage years may deteriorate as more time is spent eating meals outside of the home.  Processed “on the go” foods increase during this time due to busy schedules. Read More…

Weight Management

Although there are some genetic or hormonal causes of childhood obesity, in most cases excess weight is due to overeating and under-exercising. Childhood obesity is almost always a result of a number of factors working together to increase risk. Read More…

Food Allergies

Food allergies generally develop early in life but can develop at any age. Children usually outgrow their egg, milk, and soy allergies, but people who develop allergies as adults usually have their allergies for life. Children generally do not outgrow their allergy to peanut.  Read More…

Gastrointestinal Problems

For resources related to Gastrointestinal Disorders and Digestive Disease please go to my GI Disorders page.  Read More…

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

For more information on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome please see my PCOS page. Read More…