Jamie Feit, MS, RD
I’ve been a nutritionist for more than 20 years and there is a very simple reason I’ve stuck to it for this long: I am passionate about helping people use food to find and maintain a healthy ecosystem within in their bodies. This means something different for each individual I work with. A teenager with diabetes isn’t going to need the same kind of help as a 40-something mom who has Celiac Disease.
Good nutrition isn’t about eating less and shaming your habits. I love food far too much to promote that kind of relationship with eating. I rely on moderation as I teach you to become excited about the food you’re putting in your body. Change is never easy, but I’m here to help.
In my 20 years as a nutritionist, I’ve specialized in working with individuals of all ages who suffer from obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and more. I have a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Food Studies from New York University. My dietetic internship was at Mount Sinai Medical Center and I am an accredited member of The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and The American Association of Diabetes Educators.
I’m also a Pampered Chef consultant who loves healthy cooking and entertaining. As someone who is kosher, I understand the challenges of food preparation and consumption. I teach people how to take the food they’re already eating and alter it so it can be the most beneficial to your health and longevity.
When I’m not helping people make positive changes in their diet, I’m raising four girls alongside my husband. I look forward to hearing from you soon.