top of page

Lauren Adler Dear, MS, RDN



Lauren's passion for nutrition grew out of a love for cooking and growing food. She was brought up in a food-obsessed Jewish household where the freezer was always so full you had to stand back before opening it. During her college years, Lauren spent five months traveling and working on farms in a variety of jobs. After graduating in 2005, she worked on two organic farms in western Massachusetts, and also taught gardening, nutrition, and cooking to elementary and middle school children. These experiences shaped Lauren's approach to nutrition counseling. Her own GI diagnosis inspired her to specialize in digestive health.


In Lauren's free time, she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, taking walks around Boston, collecting vintage kitchenware, and most of all, laughing, playing, and eating with her husband and kids.



  • BA, Smith College, American Studies and Education

  • MS, Tufts University Friedman School, Food Policy and Applied Nutrition

  • Didactic Program in Dietetics, Simmons University

  • Dietetic Internship, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Accepted Insurance

Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, GIC, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Mass General Brigham Health Plan, Tufts (commercial plans), United Health Care

Ally Green, MS, MPH, RDN

Ally is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist whose love for food began in her grandmother’s kitchen, where she experienced the joy of baking Italian desserts and cooking big dishes of spaghetti and meatballs.


After years of studying medical science and completing public health coursework, Ally’s interest in food and nutrition has continued to grow as she works to help others move towards a healthier life. Her approach to nutrition counseling is centered around the principles of Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating. By challenging “diet culture” and embracing flexibility, she guides her clients toward cultivating a guilt-free relationship with food and with their bodies.


Ally completed her internship training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, where she studied with Lauren Adler Dear and others. She has also been able to utilize her own personal experience with IBS and GI disorders to work more effectively with clients who have similar diagnoses.


Ally has continued to develop her skills while working for Monte Nido at the Eating Disorder Center of Boston as its primary dietitian, providing meal support and nutrition counseling for individuals and groups.


In Ally’s free time, she enjoys spending time biking around Boston, hiking, camping, trying new restaurants in the city, and traveling to new places.


  • BS, University of Wisconsin Madison, Biology

  • MS, Boston University School of Medicine, Medical Sciences

  • MPH, Boston University School of Public Health, Epidemiology & Biostatistics 

  • Didactic Program in Dietetics, Simmons University

  • Dietetic Internship, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Accepted Insurance

Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Mass General Brigham Health Plan

Molly Meehan Roache, MS, RDN

Molly’s passion for nutrition has always been centered around helping those who struggle with their relationship with food and body. Her approach to counseling is rooted in intuitive eating, body neutrality, and finding peace with food. A provider who incorporates the Health at Every Size (HAES) approach, she treats each client as an individual and develops a treatment plan tailored to their specific needs.


Molly has expanded her scope of practice to include digestive health and counseling on gastrointestinal conditions. Whether you are struggling with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), persistent bloating or any other GI related condition, Molly’s goal is to help improve your overall wellbeing through nutrition interventions.


Molly attended Framingham State University where she received her bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics with a minor in Biology. She then completed her dietitian internship with Priority Nutrition Care and obtained her master’s degree at University of Rhode Island. 


Molly began her professional career at a small community hospital where she developed her skills in medical nutrition therapy and nutrition support. With a special interest in eating disorders, Molly went on to work at Cambridge Eating Disorder Center. Currently, in addition to her time counseling patients at Dear Nutrition, Molly works as a dietitian in Harvard University’s Health Services.


In addition to nutrition counseling, Molly also loves going to the beach, exploring new restaurants in the Boston area, and spending quality time with loved ones. 


  • BS, Framingham State University, Nutrition and Dietetics 

  • MS, University of Rhode Island, Nutrition

  • Dietetic Internship, Priority Nutrition Care

Accepted Insurance

Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Mass General Brigham Health Plan

Kenzie Provencher, MS, RDN

Kenzie’s passion for food and nutrition began with her love of plants. During her college years, she spent her summers working on a farm, planting and cultivating vegetables. While learning how to grow and harvest crops, she was also learning how to nourish people, and this fulfilling experience led her to a career that allows her to teach people to feed and nourish themselves. 


After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Vermont, Kenzie completed a combined Master of Science and Dietetic Internship program at Simmons University. While earning her degrees, she held a variety of work positions, including Nutrition and Culinary Assistant and Graduate Teaching Assistant. Her studies provided opportunities to research and develop expertise in subjects of special interest to her, including the gut microbiome, the gut-brain connection, and the treatment of GI issues and eating disorders. 


In addition to her work at Dear Nutrition, Kenzie is a clinical dietitian at Massachusetts General Hospital. Her duties include developing detailed, individualized nutrition assessments and treatment plans for adult and pediatric patients with complex medical conditions, as well as providing appropriate nutrition education and resources. She has worked extensively with patients with eating disorders and GI issues. 


Kenzie’s philosophy around food and nutrition is strongly influenced by the teachings of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size (HAES). She opposes the current “diet culture,” and guides her patients toward a peaceful and balanced relationship with food, movement, and their bodies. 


In her free time, Kenzie likes to curl up with a good book, or return to her home state of Vermont to enjoy skiing, hiking, or running.


  • BS, University of Vermont, Dietetics, Nutrition and Food Science

  • Combined MS and Dietetic Internship: Simmons University, Nutrition and Health Promotion 

Accepted Insurance

Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Mass General Brigham Health Plan

bottom of page