Allison Tannenbaum

・Registered Dietitian
・Master in Nutrition and Physical Fitness
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mother of two

 “Nutrition education and coaching is a family affair. When it comes to food, nothing is off limits. Moderation, balanced intake and mindfulness are what are to be key factors in a healthy diet.”

Allison started out as a fashion marketing major in college and took a nutrition elective that changed her life. She says her job doesn’t feel like work because she loves helping her clients and getting to be creative with wellness programming.

Allison Tannenbaum holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Physical Fitness from New York University. She completed her dietetic internship at Emory University School of Medicine. As a private practice nutritionist and health coach, Allison has worked extensively with adults, teenagers, and children in need of assistance with general healthy eating, weight loss, eating disorders, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. She also is a Health & Wellness Coach certified through Wellcoaches. Allison is a mom to two young adult daughters.
 
 

Andie Schwartz

・Ed., RD, CLC, CSCS, NSCA-CPT
・Registered Dietitian
・Certified Lactation Consultant
・NSCA Certified Personal Trainer
・NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mother of two, Soren, 4, and Addison, 2

 “I believe nutrition should be approached as both a science and an art to achieve a healthy lifestyle balance.”

She’s fascinated with human behavior and physiology – the effects that mindfulness, exercise and nutrition have on achieving optimal health and wellness.

Andie Schwartz is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Lactation Consultant, Certified Personal Trainer, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She completed her dietetic internship at the Department of Veteran Affairs in Los Angeles. She specializes in lactation, sports nutrition, exercise fitness and weight loss programs. She developed a heartfelt connection to helping other mothers successfully breastfeed their children after having her own difficulties breastfeeding her first child.  Andie enjoys educating others in health and nutrition and has served as a nutrition science instructor at the college level. Andie believes nutrition counseling should involve both science and sensitivity to each client’s individual food preferences, culture and lifestyle. She's passionate about incorporating nutrition wisdom using wholesome foods and ancestral cooking practices. She enjoys shopping with her kids at local farms and farmers markets to prepare home cooked meals for her family.
 
 

Angela Nolan

・Registered Dietitian
・Wellcoaches Health & Wellness Coach
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mom to two daughters, ages 3 and 1

 “I believe in a practical plan that fits into your everyday life, while empowering you to make better food choices for you and your family.”

When infants, both of my daughters suffered from milk-soy protein intolerance. Since I breastfed both of them, I had to eliminate all sources of dairy and soy in my diet. It was very challenging but knowing I was giving them the best possible start was worth it.

Angela Nolan is a Wellcoaches Health & Wellness Coach who completed her dietetic internship at La Salle University. Angela has helped individuals reach their own personal health and wellness goals in a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient centers, medical offices, integrative health and wellness centers, schools, and fitness centers. Angela has also facilitated a healthy lifestyle program for pregnant women to optimize prenatal and postnatal care and the health of moms and newborns. Angela is passionate about nutrition and health and believes a realistic plan, that includes balance and moderation within a non-judgmental approach, is the key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle in today’s busy world.
 
 

Annie London

・Registered Dietitian
・Master’s in Nutrition Education from Teachers College, Columbia University
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mom to two elementary school children

“Annie thinks that teaching young children to eat is similar to teaching them to be kind, curious, and confident. It takes commitment, patience, and persistence. Yet it yields wonderful lifelong benefits when kids enjoy a wide array of foods and share family meals, and build a foundation for a healthy life”

Annie is a foodie who loves fresh, healthy food and cooking. She loves working with kids and helping them to discover healthy foods. When families make healthy changes, they feel better, have more energy and live fuller lives. That is inspiring, rewarding and fulfilling!

Annie London received her Master’s degree in Nutrition Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She completed her clinical dietetic internship at Connecticut Children's Medical Center and was selected as the Outstanding Dietetic Intern by the Connecticut Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Annie has worked on a hospital clinic multidisciplinary feeding team, treating children with feeding disorders and extreme picky eating. She is trained in SOS feeding therapy. Additionally, she has worked with infants and children with a wide array of medical conditions, and is dedicated to improving the nutrition and health of all children and families. She is passionate about involving kids in the kitchen, modeling healthy eating, running and playing tennis. She truly believes life is richer when families share healthy meals and exercise together!
 
 

Janel Funk

・Registered Dietitian
・Master’s degree in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mom to a preschooler and identical twin toddler girls

“Small changes lead to big results! I strive to help clients reach their nutrition goals, one bite at a time. ”

Since having her twins, she had significant GI issues and now is on a low soy, lactose, and gluten-free diet (and bummed about it). She’s working on healing her gut with food in hopes one day she’ll be able to enjoy them again!

Janel holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University. She was the recipient of the 2010 Massachusetts Young Dietitian of the Year award. Janel has worked as a brand ambassador, speaker, writer, counselor, blogger and consultant. She has also served as a college dietitian, where she provided counseling and developed campus-wide nutrition programming. She helps make healthy eating simple, sustainable and delicious by providing understandable nutrition information.

 
 
 

Rachel Gargano

・Registered Dietitian
・Master’s degree in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University
・Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
・Certified in Maternal and Infant Nutrition from Cornell University
・Mother of two boys

“We can't live without food, it nourishes us both emotionally and physically, and everyone's body needs different nutrition to be their best self."

Her youngest son had food intolerances and due to exclusive breastfeeding, she had to cut out all major allergens and slowly add them back in to see which affected her son.

Rachel Gargano holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition Communication from Tufts University and completed her dietetic internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. She is also a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. Rachel works as a nutrition and wellness coach, with focuses that include infant and maternal nutrition, sports nutrition, intuitive and mindful eating, and weight loss.

Rachel believes that healthy eating should not be a chore or exclude foods we love, but rather be easy, natural, balanced, and delicious. Rachel has two young sons, Daniel and Miles.