About Rachel

Rachel Lucke, MS, CNS, LDN, is a Licensed Dietician–Nutritionist in the State of Maryland, a Certified Nutrition Specialist practitioner, and a Professional Member of the American Nutrition Association. She earned a master’s degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), where she now holds faculty positions as a supervisor in the nutrition clinic and the post-graduate internship, as well as serving as the Nutrition Clinic Coordinator. Rachel also consults as a subject matter expert in the field of health sciences for educational publications. She has over 20 years of experience in the field of natural health.

In her private practice, Rachel provides Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) and individualized nutrition assessment, monitoring, and counseling in Baltimore and via telehealth. Rachel specializes in using nutrition and herbs to support women’s health for the reproductive years. She works with women who are pregnant, nursing, or trying to conceive, and related issues, including thyroid, PCOS, anxiety, nutrient deficiencies, digestive dysfunction, and food sensitivities.

Rachel’s functional and integrative practice offers an individualized, evidence-based approach to establishing sustainable healthy eating and lifestyle practices within the context of a therapeutic partnership. Rachel will support you in connecting to food intuitively, mindfully, and joyfully!

The Individualized Approach

While collaborating on your health, Rachel commits to treating you as an individual, not a disease or a symptom. She gets to know your complexities, your lifestyle and habits, your biochemistry, and more to figure out what you should eat, how you should eat, and what she can do to help you make those goals a reality.

The Functional Approach

Rachel targets the underlying causes of disease and suboptimal health with wellness-based and systems-oriented methods.

The Integrative Approach

Rachel prioritizes holistic-minded lifestyle interventions and complementary healing modalities.

Functional & Integrative Nutrition Therapies

  • Real food nutrition, with practical recipes and menus
  • Personalized botanicals and supplements offered at a discount for clients
  • Mindfulness practices to support not just how you eat but also how you live your life
  • Additional lifestyle interventions based on analysis of signs and symptoms, lab results, and energetics