Welcome to a healthy lifestyle!

As a Registered Dietitian I have worked with many of clients and understand the intricacies of various diet and health issues that people face.

My work revolves around being friendly, disciplined, evidenced-based, organized yet flexible. I approach each nutrition counseling session with an open mind and help clients resolve any barriers or obstacles in order to help them develop a clear and manageable path to a healthy lifestyle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are cleanses or detox diets recommended?

These types of diets are not recommended for sustainable results and because they may lack certain nutrients while on them.


What is gluten and is it bad for your health?

Gluten is name of the protein found in grains like wheat , rye, barley and triticale. Gluten is needed in these grains to provide structure and elasticity. Unless you have celiac disease, there is no need to eliminate gluten from your diet.


What is the difference between a Registered Dietitian (RD or RDN) and a non-credentialed nutritionist?

The words Dietitian and Nutrition can often be used interchangeably but they are not regulated in the same way. All registered dietitians can call themselves nutritionists but not all nutritionists can call themselves dietitians. This is why the Commission on Dietetic Registration has added "Nutritionist" to the RD credential, but it is not mandatory to use.





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