Betsy Britt, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Based in Tampa, Florida

Hello! My name is Betsy, and I am the founder of GroWell Nutrition. 
I am a Registered Dietitian in Tampa, Florida, and I 
have experience counseling patients ranging across the entire lifespan, with a multitude of varying nutritional needs.

I am passionate about nutrition counseling and teaching, 
especially the impact that nutrition has on overall wellbeing.
I focus on nutrition for the entire family, particularly when family members are suffering from conditions requiring nutrition management. I know first hand how difficult it can be to incorporate specialized dietary changes into the family routine, as I have a daughter with life-threatening food allergies. I also understand the value of healthy eating habits not just for health, but for the happiness of the entire family unit.


  • BS, Kinesiology & Health
    Miami University, 2012


  • MS, Food & Nutrition
    University of Georgia, 2014

  • Registered Dietician (RD) 
    Commission on Dietetic Registration

  • Licensed Dietician (LD)
    Florida Board of Dietetics

Areas of Expertise

  • Weight management

  • Picky eating

  • Poor growth/failure to thrive

  • Food allergies/intolerance

  • Meal planning

  • Eating disorders

  • Celiac disease

  • Food aversions

  • Irritable bowel disease

Previous Experience

I started my professional career in 2014 at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, where I was responsible for providing nutrition assessments, medical nutrition therapy, and nutrition education for patients ranging from newborn to 21 years of age. I worked with children in the Neonatal and Pediatric ICUs suffering from acute and chronic lung diseases, cancer, malnutrition, and gastrointestinal disorders. I have experience developing tube-feeding and  intravenous (IV) nutrition plans.  Additionally, I am familiar with formula products for both basic nutrition and specialized health conditions for infants and young children. I am a Certified Lactation Counselor for families in need of breast-feeding support and guidance as well.


In 2017, I moved to Tampa, where I worked for two Hospital Corporation of America centers, with patients afflicted with addiction and mental health disorders, as well as critically ill adults suffering from chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and malnutrition. Most recently (2018), I consulted with Children’s Medical Center in Palm Harbor and Westchase, where I provided nutrition counseling for weight management, picky eating, eating disorders, and failure to thrive.

Family Photo