Our ulcerative colitis registered dietitians help you reduce your symptoms, expand your diet, and restore your relationship with food.
Meet our expert UC dietitians
Brittany Rogers (Roman-Green), MS RDN CPT
Brittany has over 10 years of experience as a registered dietitian and is the founder and Chief Clinical Officer at Romanwell.
She's been living with ulcerative colitis (UC) for 20 years and also has IBS and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC). She is an expert IBD dietitian and behavior change specialist committed to raising the standard of care for patients with IBD. Brittany is also the co-leader of the Diet and Nutrition Workgroup of the National Scientific Advisory Committee for the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation and the national leader of the IBD practice group for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Based in California, Brittany enjoys spending time with her husband, golden retriever, and three cuddly cats.
We help our clients feel better.
Everyone's goals are unique and your results may vary. Based on an analysis of our client's outcomes, we found that:
of clients improved their IBD-related quality of life
of clients improved their level of fatigue
of clients improved their sleep quality
of clients reduced their stress levels
Our goal is to help you develop the knowledge, tools, and confidence you need to manage your ulcerative colitis for the rest of your life.
Personalized one-on-one support, every day
We know that ulcerative colitis looks different for everyone, so our approach does too. Together, we'll develop a personalized roadmap so that you can reach your unique health goals and we'll be there to support you the whole way.
Evidence-based care you can trust
Our care is based on the very latest scientific evidence so you can trust that you're receiving the highest quality care you deserve. We'll help you implement these recommendations in a way that is sustainable and fits with your unique culture and lifestyle.
Focus on expanding, rather than restricting, your diet
UC is a chronic condition, so your diet needs to be sustainable. We’ll help you safely expand your diet and make incremental changes to your lifestyle so that you can enjoy food without guilt or fear of triggering symptoms.
Here's how it works
We’ll get to know each other in a complementary consult
We take the time to get to know you and your health history, and understand what’s going well and where you’re looking for support. If we think we can help, we’ll recommend one of our 3- or 6-month programs to hep you reach your health goals.
Together, we’ll make a plan that sticks
When we start working together, we'll take a comprehensive look at your diet, supplements, medical history, labs, and symptoms. We'll talk about your energy, sleep, stress, and relationship with food, and work together to develop a plan to reach your personal goals.
We’ll celebrate progress toward your goals
We’ll meet weekly throughout the program to review progress towards your goals and make adjustments when needed. Between appointments, you’ll have access to your dietitian anytime to answer questions or share updates as they come up.
You’ll leave ready to live your life confidently with UC
Our goal is to equip you with the tools you need to feel confident in managing your condition. By the end of the program, you’ll be ready to manage any obstacle ulcerative colitis throws your way.