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Jayne WissnerJayne Wissner
18:04 20 Feb 24
Liz Keller was very knowledgeable and supportive. I enjoyed working with her.
Joe LinaresJoe Linares
23:52 22 Jan 24
I have been working with Well Choices for about 8 months and in that time I have lost 80 pounds reduced my blood pressure and the pain in my knees have just about disappeared. My nutritionist Liz is to thank for my success she has a lot of information and takes time to listen and answer any questions you may have. I highly recommend them if you're trying to lose weight and improve your health.
Alyssa BerecheAlyssa Bereche
19:20 03 Nov 23
Ilysha is phenomenal and I am so grateful to be working with her! She is so full of knowledge in multiple different areas and is able to accommodate different types of diets. She is extremely resourceful and I have full trust in her guiding me on this wellness journey!
Mary GoldmanMary Goldman
13:18 25 Oct 23
Liz opened my eyes about how to take better care of myself. Her breadth of knowledge was not only very impressive but her ability to translate what she knows was even more impressive. She spoke to me in a way that was relatable and made great sense. Liz has great people skills which made the experience of learning to make better, and healthier, choices a lot more palatable. (Pun intended!)Thanks, Liz!
Miriah KasbekMiriah Kasbek
14:27 30 Aug 23
I have been working with Well-Choices for only a couple weeks now. I have to say this is the first program that has made me feel good about talking about nutrition. The holistic approach makes all the difference. Working towards nutrition goals from a lifestyle standpoint versus a diet standpoint is extremely refreshing. The first week of my program we focused mainly on improving sleep quality and stress management. The meals that my nutritionist selects for my nutrition guidelines are super easy to make and delicious. They don’t feel restrictive at all. I am not by any means someone who enjoys cooking or spending time in the kitchen, however, I’ve received many compliments on the meals that I’ve created asking where I bought them from. The recipes are easy to follow. And don’t take much time at all which is great for my busy schedule.
Karen GonzalezKaren Gonzalez
19:06 25 Jul 23
Dr.Nikki, is really knowledge and understanding. Set set obtainable goals, and helps you keep track of your accomplishments. The app is very interactive and easy to set your next appointment.
Kara BakerKara Baker
17:28 10 Feb 23
Love Liz and her program! She’s more then just a trainer/nutritionist. She works to get to know you- to come to the root of your goals.Her attention to detail in meal plan creation is unlink anyone I’ve seen before! I Highly highly recommend!Down 10lb since starting with her and only going forward from here!
Syretta SyrettaSyretta Syretta
23:32 02 Feb 23
Liz is amazing. I have been eating better than ever and able to establish a new fitness foundation that includes nutrition and muscles. I am in love with this journey and I know there's so much more to come!!! Thank so much, Liz. I didn't realize how much I needed a nutritionist/virtual trainer.
Neel NabarNeel Nabar
13:56 19 Nov 22
Had a wonderful experience with Liz. She provided excellent coaching, thoughtfulness, and insight, and I feel so much healthier than before I started the program. Very knowledgeable and skilled at crafting realistic nutrition plans. Highly recommend.
Blanca MenjivarBlanca Menjivar
23:18 14 Oct 22
I am very happy with the service I’ve received from Well Choices. My coach is Liz and she is super great. She is very professional and gives me good’ different goals not just relating to nutrition that are helping me a lot. I have lost 17 pounds in three months and I am reaching my goals . I am very happy to be working with Liz.
Sara DSara D
01:00 27 Sep 22
Niki is a great coach. She is thorough in her assessment and does take a very holistic approach to health and wellness. This isn’t your run of the mill, bodybuilding/fitness coach. All aspects of your health are addressed. Grateful for this experience. Thank you!!!
13:41 22 Sep 22
My licensed and very knowledgeable nutritionist at Well-Choices is extremely familiar & educated with female hormones, diets, better choices, supplements, etc. It’s been great having her help myself and my husband both repair and achieve our physical goals. Highly recommend Nikki and Well-Choices!My husband lost 10 lbs in 1 1/2 months just by eating better - and he’s enjoying the meals and snacks so much more! Both he and I don’t have the same cravings for junk food or sugar anymore. We both have better energy too!
13:31 08 Aug 22
They are a great program. There are no scam diets or gimmicks. It’s all natural normal healthy standards everyone should already be doing. It’s common sense basically but with mainstream modern diet or health standards it’s promoting dangerous healthcare for us.If you’re think twice, please join the program. It’s affordable and you have to stay consistent. I lost 4 pounds after 2-3 weeks. They’re not printing pills or HCG drops. No it’s you and the nutritionist with a plan.
Vanessa VillanuevaVanessa Villanueva
16:25 02 Aug 22
Working with Liz to better my overall health and gut issues was so helpful! I want it to be known that nutritionists are not only focused on food. We talked about staying active, stress release methods, healthy sleep patterns, and so much more! I am very thankful for the time spent with Liz and all the helpful knowledge I gained. I will continue to use this knowledge moving forward in my health journey.
Daniel FaganDaniel Fagan
15:30 23 Jul 22
I am down 30 pounds since joining Well Choices! Stress, sleep, diet, exercise, mental health, they all play a role in our health. The program really is about striking the right balance between them. Liz is my coach and she is very sincere, when I hit a goal I can always tell she is just as happy for me as I am for myself! Liz and Well Choices have helped me make small changes that are sustainable for years to come!

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Ilysha Evans

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Ilysha Evans is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Personal Trainer with over 15 years of experience.  Since receiving her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, she has worked in various settings as a dietician including fitness clubs, private practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Ilysha’s approach to nutrition coaching is to make small habit-based changes while working to identify the root cause of each client’s obstacles (gut health, metabolism, thyroid, hormones, stress/adrenal dysfunction, autoimmunity, etc).  She utilizes these findings, along with the clients’ goals, lifestyle, and readiness for change, to create plans tailored to the individual.

Ilysha is passionate about helping people live healthier lives and making it as simple and enjoyable as possible.  She is excited about meeting you and being on this wellness journey together! 

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Jordan Hostetler

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Jordan Hostetler is Functional Registered Dietitian who obtained a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition & Dietetics at East Carolina University. During her five years in clinical nutrition, she completed an extensive 13-month intensive functional nutrition practitioner program.

 Jordan has worked with individuals of all ages with different health complications and barriers, all striving to reach their goals and improve their health.  She is able to assist in their healing by listening to their stories, building trust within her and themselves, educating, and creating personalized interventions.  She enjoys working with clients who struggle with chronic stress/cortisol mismanagement, which often present as stubborn weight gain, GI imbalance, blood sugar dysregulation, inflammation, poor diet, and/or hormone imbalance.  

 Why work with Jordan?  She prides herself on not only her hard work in leading her clients towards a happier and healthier lifestyle, but also her positive outlook and passion for wellness and helping others.  She looks forward to working with anyone who is ready for change!  

Jordan enjoys hiking, snuggling her pup, creating nutrition programs and spending time outdoors.  

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Liz Keller, CNS

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Liz Keller is a Certified Nutrition Specialist with a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition & Dietetics from Queens College and a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition from Bridgeport University. She is a certified CDC National DDP Lifestyle Coach and an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer.

She has worked as a nutritionist since 2013, with experience working for a national nutrition & weight loss company and providing one-on-one online nutrition counseling for fitness studio members across the country. 

She specializes in Fitness, Weight loss, Body Recomposition, Prediabetes, and Diabetes prevention. Her approach to nutritional counseling can be described as mindful eating emphasizing stress management, positive psychology, and habit development.

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Lauren Ganim, RD

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Lauren Ganim is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Personal Trainer with her Master’s Degree in Nutrition, Health, & Longevity from the University of Southern California. She is always looking to learn more about the human body, and is currently studying Herbalism and Eastern Medicine.

Her interest in nutrition began in high school after joining the cross country and track team and has only deepened since then. Ever since she was a teenager, she strongly believed the body has the innate ability to heal itself, should we give it what it needs to do so. She takes a holistic approach to health, encompassing her studies of eastern medicine, functional medicine, and her traditional schooling. By looking at the body as a whole and a person in their entirety, she aims to get to the root cause of any health challenges – working with you to heal the body, not just treat symptoms.

She works with both children and adults in multiple areas, including eating disorders, mental health, gut health (leaky gut, IBS, etc.), thyroid health, PCOS, a variety of chronic conditions (diabetes, GERD, cholesterol, etc.), weight management, & overall health. She has previously worked at a mental health outpatient clinic as well as a treatment center for substance use and mental health, providing both one-on-one sessions and teaching groups. Her goal is to continue to expand her knowledge in all realms, both eastern and western medicine, so she can better guide her clients to their ultimate health. 

In her free time she loves staying active, and you can always find her running, hiking, or exploring somewhere new.

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Mary Galindo  is a Registered Dietitian who obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Health specializing in Nutrition & Dietetics at Loma Linda University. During her 15 years in clinical nutrition, she completed certifications in Functional Nutrition, Vegan/Vegetarian Nutrition, Lifestyle Medicine, Food as Medicine.

Mary supports individuals who struggle with creating consistent health habits and want to improve their energy, digestion and mood. She uses blood sugar and hormone optimization, mindful eating, stress management and a balanced plate to help clients achieve this. 

Mary creates a bridge between wanting to reach a goal and actually doing it.  Her interactive sessions create confidence in her clients to make healthy choices even when life gets hard. Her clients  feel heard, validated and encouraged along their health journey. They regularly celebrate their wins and learn from their struggles so they can set themselves up for success. 

Why work with Mary? She will consider all the factors that affect and motivate us to eat, including mental health, culture, family, jobs and more.  She believes in helping her clients identify what is the right path for them at that moment, without judgment. She looks forward to supporting others to reach their health goals and live their best life. 

Mary enjoys salsa dancing, hiking, and outdoor concerts in the park.

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Joanne Gregg, RD

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Joanna is a registered dietitian, fitness enthusiast and mother of 2. She enjoys finding ways to be healthy and active while living a busy, full life. Joanna is passionate about helping others reach their desired weight, activity levels and life goals by making small changes that lead to honest results. She believes achieving the optimal combination of food, fitness and healthy living can be fun and attainable. Because each person is different in their genetics, preferences and daily living, Joanna focuses on individualized nutrition to help each client become the best version of themself.

After graduating with a B.S. in nutrition from Georgia State University, Joanna completed her dietetic internship and master’s degree at the University of Nebraska. Joanna has experience in disease management, intuitive eating, athletic performance and healing negative relationships with food through a holistic approach to wellness. Whether you have a specific performance goal or simply desire to feel better in the skin you’re in Joanna can help you feel confident, healthy and happy in your body.

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How to find a registered dietitian nutritionist near me

Finding the best registered dietitian nutritionist near you does not have to be a daunting task. Holistic Nutrition Therapy by Well-Choices is here to provide exceptional guidance and support. To find the perfect registered dietitian for you, we recommend that you consider your goals, health history, and your personality. One common area that is often overlooked when searching for the best dietitian nutritionist is how well you will connect and communicate with the nutritionist. Do you want a nutritionist who is more of a mentor, an educator, a cheerleader? 

We recommend not only reading the bios but also watching the video bios in our directory of our experienced and dedicated registered dietitians who are ready to assist you. At Holistic Nutrition Therapy by Well-Choices, we value the power of personal connections, so we encourage you to ask friends, family, and colleagues for their experiences and recommendations. Rest assured, our team of registered dietitians is committed to providing you with exceptional care and expertise to support your holistic well-being.

How to find a registered dietitian nutritionist near me

Nutrition Specialties

Well-Choices team of Nutritionists & Registered Dietitians specialise in a variety of health and wellness specialties:

  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Cardiac Health
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive Issues
  • Endurance Athletes & Sports Nutrition
  • Family & Pediatric Nutrition
  • Fitness Nutrition
  • Food Allergies & Sensitivities
  • Increased Muscle Mass
  • Longevity & Aging
  • Men & Women’s Hormones
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Plant-Based Diets
  • Pre and Post-Surgical Nutrition
  • Prenatal and Postpartum
  • Stress & Fatigue
  • Supplement Guidance
  • Thyroid Health
  • Weight Loss
  • Women’s Wellness

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What to Look for in a Registered Dietitian

When searching for the best dietitian, there are several factors to consider to ensure a successful and beneficial partnership. Here are some key aspects to look for:

  1. Qualifications and Credentials: Ensure that the nutritionist you choose is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD)/(RDN), Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), or Naturopathic Doctor (ND). This guarantees that they have undergone rigorous education and training and adhere to professional standards. All nutritionists at Holistic Nutrition Therapy by Well-Choices are board certified nutrition experts.

  2. Specialization and Expertise: Look for a dietitian who specializes in areas that align with your specific needs. For example, if you require guidance for managing a medical condition or have specific dietary preferences, find a dietitian / nutritionist with experience in those areas.

  3. Experience: Consider the dietitian’s years of experience in the field. While newer practitioners can be knowledgeable, an experienced dietitian / nutritionist may have a broader understanding of various conditions and situations.

  4. Communication and Compatibility: Effective communication is crucial in the client-dietitian relationship. Look for a nutritionist who actively listens, understands your goals and concerns, and provides clear and practical recommendations. Personal compatibility and a good rapport can contribute to a positive experience.

  5. Client-Centered Approach: The best dietitians prioritize individualized care and tailor their recommendations to your unique needs and circumstances. They should consider your lifestyle, preferences, and goals when designing a personalized nutrition plan.

  6. Continuity of Care: Find out if the dietitian offers ongoing support and follow-ups. Long-term guidance and regular check-ins can help you stay on track and make necessary adjustments to your nutrition plan.

  7. Reviews and Recommendations: Consider reading online reviews and testimonials from past clients to gain insights into the dietitian’s expertise, professionalism, and effectiveness. Recommendations from trusted sources, such as friends, family, or healthcare providers, can also be valuable.

What is a registered dietitian nutritionist?

What is a Registered Dietitian

A registered dietitian is a professional who has completed a bachelor’s degree in nutrition or a related field and has fulfilled specific requirements to become registered and licensed to practice. Registered dietitians have extensive training in nutrition science, medical nutrition therapy, and counseling. They provide evidence-based dietary advice, develop personalized meal plans, and may specialize in weight management, sports nutrition, or clinical nutrition. 

The requirements to become a registered dietitian (RD) may vary slightly depending on the country or region you are in. The following steps are commonly involved in becoming a registered dietitian. Earn a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university or college with a program specifically in dietetics or a related field. Complete a supervised and accredited internship or practicum program. This hands-on experience typically lasts around 6 to 12 months and provides practical training in various aspects of dietetics, including clinical practice, community nutrition, and food service management. Complete specific coursework requirements; this coursework typically covers topics such as food and nutrition sciences, medical nutrition therapy, food service management, and community nutrition. After completing the educational and practical requirements, you will need to pass a national registration examination. In the United States, the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) administers the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) exam.

Registered Dietitian Tami Rowh, RD

The terms “dietitian” and “dietician” are often used interchangeably and refer to the same profession. Both terms refer to professionals who specialize in food and nutrition and provide expert advice on healthy eating, dietary planning, and nutritional therapy.

The distinction between “dietitian” and “dietician” primarily stems from historical and regional variations. In some countries, such as the United States, Canada, and Australia, the preferred and officially recognized term is “dietitian.” These professionals typically hold the credential of a Registered Dietitian (RD) or a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN).

On the other hand, in certain countries, including the United Kingdom and South Africa, the term “dietician” is commonly used. Dieticians in these regions typically hold qualifications such as a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics or Nutrition and Dietetics and may also be members of professional associations.

A Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) is a professional designation for individuals who have met specific educational and experiential requirements in the field of nutrition. The CNS credential is granted by the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS) in the United States. To become a CNS, individuals must hold a master’s or doctoral degree in nutrition or a related field from an accredited institution. The program should cover advanced coursework in subjects such as biochemistry, physiology, clinical nutrition, and research methodology. 

In addition to the educational requirements, candidates for CNS certification must complete at least 1,000 hours of supervised and documented clinical experience in nutrition. This hands-on experience allows individuals to apply their knowledge in a practical setting. After meeting the educational and clinical experience requirements, candidates are eligible to sit for the CNS examination administered by the BCNS. The exam is comprehensive and covers various aspects of nutrition science, assessment, intervention, and counseling. The CNS designation indicates specialized knowledge in the field of nutrition and qualifies individuals to work in various settings. CNS professionals can provide personalized nutrition counseling, develop and implement nutrition programs, and work collaboratively with healthcare providers to support optimal health outcomes.

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What is the Difference Between a Dietitian vs Nutritionist

The terms “dietitian” and “nutritionist” are related but have distinct differences in terms of qualifications, scope of practice, and professional regulation.  A dietitian is a regulated healthcare professional who has completed specific educational and professional requirements. The term “nutritionist” is broader and can encompass a range of professionals with varying qualifications and backgrounds. While some nutritionists may have formal education and credentials similar to dietitians, others may have completed shorter-term certificate programs or have expertise in specific areas of nutrition.

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What does a registered dietitian nutritionist do?

Working with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

A registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) is a healthcare professional with the expertise to provide personalized nutrition advice and guidance to individuals, groups, and communities. 

  1. Nutrition Assessment: RDNs conduct thorough assessments of individuals’ nutritional needs, health conditions, and dietary habits. They analyze factors such as medical history, body composition, laboratory values, and lifestyle to create a comprehensive picture of a person’s nutritional status.

  2. Medical Nutrition Therapy: RDNs are trained to provide medical nutrition therapy (MNT) to manage and treat various health conditions. They develop customized meal plans, taking into account specific dietary needs, allergies, and intolerances. RDNs may work with individuals who have conditions like diabetes, heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies, obesity, or eating disorders.

  3. Nutritional Counseling: RDNs offer one-on-one counseling sessions to help individuals achieve their health and nutrition goals. They provide education, support, and guidance on topics such as weight management, healthy eating, sports nutrition, and lifestyle modifications. RDNs empower clients to make informed decisions about their nutrition and overall well-being.

  4. Menu Planning and Food Service Management: RDNs work in various settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and food service establishments. They collaborate with food service managers and chefs to develop nutritious and balanced menus that meet specific dietary requirements and cater to different populations, such as patients with specific medical needs or school children.

  5. Nutrition Education and Public Health: RDNs play a crucial role in promoting public health by delivering nutrition education and community programs. They may conduct workshops, seminars, and cooking demonstrations to educate individuals and communities about healthy eating, disease prevention, and overall wellness.

Benefits of working with a registered dietitian nutritionist

Working with a registered dietitian (RD) offers numerous benefits and advantages, including:

  1. Personalized and Evidence-Based Advice: Registered dietitians provide individualized nutrition recommendations tailored to your specific needs, goals, and health conditions. They assess your unique circumstances and develop a personalized plan that takes into account factors such as medical history, dietary preferences, cultural background, and lifestyle. RDs base their recommendations on current scientific evidence and research, ensuring that the guidance you receive is reliable and up to date.

  2. Professional Expertise and Knowledge: Registered dietitians undergo extensive education and training in nutrition science, medical nutrition therapy, and counseling. They are equipped with in-depth knowledge of the complex relationship between food, nutrients, and health. Their expertise enables them to address a wide range of nutrition-related concerns, from weight management and chronic disease prevention to specialized diets for medical conditions.

  3. Support for Health Conditions and Specialized Needs: RDs are experienced in providing medical nutrition therapy to manage and treat various health conditions. Whether you have diabetes, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies, or other medical concerns, an RD can help you develop a dietary plan that supports your specific health needs and optimizes your well-being.

  4. Behavior Change and Sustainable Habits: Registered dietitians not only provide nutrition information but also help you navigate behavioral changes and establish sustainable habits. They offer guidance on portion control, meal planning, mindful eating, and strategies to overcome barriers and challenges. RDs act as coaches, supporting and empowering you to make positive and long-lasting changes in your eating habits and lifestyle.

  5. Accountability and Support: Working with an RD provides you with ongoing support and accountability throughout your journey. Regular follow-up appointments allow you to track progress, ask questions, and receive additional guidance and motivation. This support system increases your chances of success and helps you stay committed to your nutrition goals.

  6. Collaboration with Healthcare Team: Registered dietitians often collaborate with other healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and therapists, as part of a multidisciplinary team. This collaboration ensures coordinated and integrated care, especially for individuals with complex medical conditions.

  7. Trust and Credibility: RDs are regulated healthcare professionals who adhere to strict ethical standards and professional codes of conduct. Their credentials and licensure provide assurance of their qualifications and expertise. Choosing to work with a registered dietitian ensures that you are receiving guidance from a trusted and credible source in the field of nutrition.

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