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Jordan Boucher, RDN, LDN

Clinical Dietitian


Specialties

Weight and Wellness

Education

  • Medical School:
    • Associates degree, Science. specialization in Dietetics, Delgado Community College in New Orleans
    • Bachelor’s degree, Health Science, specialization in Dietetics, Rutgers University
    • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Languages

English

About Me

Jordan has always had an interest in health and wellness and has been involved in the field for over a decade. She became a Registered Dietetic Technician in 2006. From there, she assisted at a yoga studio and began working as a Personal Trainer, certified with the American College of Sports Medicine at a gym in the Houston suburbs. She has spent time as a manager in multiple settings and has completed a term as a Community HealthCorp member, working with the underserved community in Baton Rouge and the Greater New Orleans area. She has completed a Certificate in Training for Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management, along with continuing education related to fitness, health, and nutrition. After relocating to Massachusetts from the Seattle area in July of 2017, Jordan has begun an exciting new journey with the Signature Weight and Wellness team. Being solution-oriented, Jordan enjoys helping others to identify and overcome the barriers standing in the way of their health and wellness. She understands that weight management and being your best self, is a lifelong journey and each person has to discover their own path to wellness. Along with working in bariatrics, Jordan has experience with pregnant and post-partum women, children, those suffering with common co-morbidities, and individuals residing in Skilled Nursing Facilities. She expanded her knowledge in food, supplements, and cooking through years spent working at a natural grocery store. In her spare time, Jordan enjoys reading, writing fiction and poetry, doing yoga, experimenting in the kitchen, completing fitness events and races, crafting, listening to music and podcasts, traveling, and spending time with loved ones. 

Quote

It is a good day at work when: "I have a breakthrough with a patient. Lifestyle changes can be difficult and knowing I’ve helped someone understand a concept and its importance, along with how to apply it, leaves me feeling I’ve done my job and made an impact in this person’s life and possibly in the lives of those surrounding them."