REGISTERED DIETITIAN Aramark Dietetic Internship at Providence St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica
MASTERS OF SCIENCE M.S in Nutrition and Dietetics from California State University Los Angeles
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE B.S in Nutritional Sciences form Chapman University
CERTIFIED LEAP THERAPIST CLT in Food Sensitivity Testing
With the help of a dietitian, you can change not only what you eat but also how you think about food, allowing you to have a guilt free mind and healthy body.
1 Developing a healthy menu that is suitable for your personal lifestyle and palate is the first step in the right direction. Eating all of the nutrients you need throughout the day will keep your cells nourished and your stomach feeling satisfied.
2 The next step is one-on-one nutrition counseling sessions where you discuss struggles with food and learn how to practice mindfulness. Counseling will help you learn and overcome obstacles you may not have been aware of otherwise. Soon enough, applying healthy habits to your daily routine will become second nature to you, even when you're eating out, grocery shopping, or packing a healthy lunch for work.
Teaching clients to have a healthier
relationship with eating helps to clear an exhausting personal issue off their plate.
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