Author name: Eileen Vider

Eileen has a wealth of experience as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist helping clients overcome challenges. She is truly passionate about food and provides nutrition advice aiming to empower individuals to adopt healthy lifestyles. Being a cook herself Eileen takes pleasure in demonstrating to her loved ones that healthy food can be incredibly delicious! She firmly believes in eating encouraging people to slow down and savor each bite with enjoyment. Education Eileen pursued her studies at Cornell University earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences. Following that she completed her internship at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center located in Manhattan. Eileen then pursued a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Education from Columbia University Teachers College. Professional Background Throughout her career, Eileen has gained experience working as a dietitian at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and its Children's Hospital. She also worked as a research dietitian on a study at Columbia University. Served clients privately in Manhattan through her own practice. Prior to these roles, she held the position of Corporate Nutritionist for Fresh Direct, a supermarket catering, to the New York Tri-State area. Eating healthily is not important. Can also be an enjoyable journey. Developing eating habits. Making appropriate food choices that align with your lifestyle is essential. You don't have to eliminate your foods or entire food groups as they can still be part of a balanced and sustainable diet. It's important to avoid falling into the trap of fad diets as they are not effective, in the run and can negatively impact your relationship, with food. Whether your goal is to achieve a body weight or manage a medical condition, our team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists will collaborate with you to create a nutritious, satisfying, and realistic eating plan tailored to your needs. We specialize in areas including weight management diabetes, pre-diabetes/insulin resistance, high cholesterol and triglycerides high blood pressure, gastrointestinal disorders, and general healthy eating.

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