I’m Tiffany Calcutt, MBA, RDN, LD


Tiffany discovered her love for nutrition after the birth of her second child. She was working as a brand manager at Stonyfield Farm yogurt and realized she was far more intrigued by the health-promoting qualities of yogurt than in marketing strategies. She returned to school to obtain a degree in Nutrition Science, completed over 1200 hours of training in a dietetic internship program and then began counseling in Spanish as a bilingual nutritionist at a community health center in Waltham, MA. Simultaneously, Tiffany began corporate wellness work with PlusOne.

Tiffany loves to bring her life experiences as a mother, former division 1 soccer player at Princeton, active lifestyle-enthusiast, kids’ cooking instructor, and not-so-successful home vegetable gardener to bear in her work. Tiffany appreciates the challenges individuals face amid “nutrition information overload,” contradictory news stories and overwhelming food and drink options. She strives to help people navigate this confusion and to reach their health goals through sustainable lifestyle change.

Age of youngest client

Languages I speak: English, Spanish & German

Minutes to prep average dinner

Minutes of shared family time eating dinner

Favorite Family Meal – Turkey Tacos
Can’t Live Without – dark chocolate
Always In Her Purse – a spoon
Favorite Vegetables – red pepper, rhubarb, kale
Favorite Fruits – pomegranate, cherries, lemon…oh too many to list


As the mother of three school-aged girls, one of my greatest personal goals is to create a positive environment around food and fitness. My professional mission extends this passion for healthful habits to all others. My approach to optimum nutrition is based on whole foods, not shakes, supplements or special “diet” products. This method is affordable, endorsed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and has proven results. Clients describe me as approachable and skilled at addressing their needs in a compassionate, comprehensive and encouraging manner.
Tiffany most recently wrote an article on family meals in the summer edition of Monadnock Living