Author name: Ayana Davis

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Ayana Davis is a nutritionist who specializes in assisting individuals in adopting a lifestyle by embracing a plant-based diet that includes whole foods. She began her journey as a dietitian at one of the 10 hospitals in the United States, where she worked with patients who had undergone lung and heart transplants. Moreover, Ayana closely collaborated with individuals dealing with conditions such as type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, hypertension, obesity, chronic kidney disease, elevated cholesterol levels, and cancer to help them improve their well-being. One of Ayana's core beliefs is meeting people where they are in terms of their health journey. She strives to assist individuals in taking steps towards achieving their goals and guides them towards a diet that suits their unique lifestyle. Building a trusting partnership with her clients is Ayana's aim. By listening to their concerns and challenges along the path to health she empowers them to overcome obstacles and achieve significant results through supportive yet direct guidance. Ayana earned her Master's Degree in Nutrition and Food Science, from Hunter Colleges City University of New York School of Public Health. She completed her training at the University of California San Francisco. Currently residing in Berkeley, California Ayana shares her life with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys going to the farmers market to buy produce and preparing delicious meals, for her family. As a registered dietitian I have a passion for assisting individuals in adopting a lifestyle by emphasizing the importance of whole foods and plant-based diets. Regardless of where you're on your health journey, I am here to support you and help you gain confidence in making food choices. I hold a Master's Degree in Nutrition & Food Science from the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College, in New York City. Currently, I work as a Clinical Dietitian at the UCSF Health Cancer Center.

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