Katelyn Castro, MS, RD received her bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and minor in Psychology from Syracuse University; her master’s degree in Nutrition Science at Tufts University; dietetic training at Tufts Medical Center. She then pursued further training in pediatrics and eating disorders through the Leadership Education Adolescent Health Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she has worked as a dietitian at McLean Hospital (Klarman Eating Disorder Center) and Boston Children’s Hospital (Division of Adolescent/Young Adults and Endocrinology).
Katelyn works with a variety of nutritional issues, including (but not limited to):
- Food allergies
- Failure to thrive
- Nutritional concerns related to prematurity
- Developmental disabilities
- Feeding and eating disorders
- Tube feedings and specialized formulas
- Elevated cholesterol
Talk to your pediatrician to see if a nutrition referral is appropriate for your child.
The following informational handouts are a bit dated, but still contain very helpful information. The ones in blue will be updated over the next few months (thank you to Karen McGrail for continuing to provide us with these helpful resources).
If you would like to consult with Karen on a nutrition issue, please call the office, (508) 879-5764. (Framingham Pediatric patients and families only please).
Many thanks to Karen McGrail and all of her graduate nutrition students at Framingham State University for creating many of these wonderful handouts and allowing us to post them on our web page!