Culina Health is a personalized nutrition platform powered by registered dietitians to help you prioritize the way you want to live. We make insurance-covered nutrition care accessible and easier to understand so that you can fuel a satisfying and well balanced life.
We provide virtual nutrition care for all people
regardless of their background, body size, or
health condition. Serving people across the US,
the majority of our care is covered under insurance.
We provide non-judgmental and mutually collaborative
care that emphasizes transparency, education, and
empowerment. We work with our patients’ healthcare
team to support better health outcomes.
Our care is always informed by the latest health and
behavior science, research, and clinical experience.
We provide personalized, inclusive, patient-centered
care delivered by empathetic Registered Dietitians.
Nutrition has been a part of Mary’s life for almost as long as she can remember. Mary herself began working with a dietitian at a young age, and grew up with a first-hand understanding of how food choices can impact both physical and and mental health.
Anthea believes that how and what we eat can influence the way we feel, think, and live. She learned this firsthand while struggling to find a healthy relationship with food in college. Now, her mission is to bring you knowledge and confidence when making food choices.
Amanda is a registered dietitian with a passion for healthy and yummy food, and firmly believes that the two are not mutually exclusive. She works with her clients to create sustainable habitual changes that both help them achieve their goals and enjoy every bite.
Jason struggled to control weight fluctuations throughout childhood, only learning healthy eating habits during college. Through his personal experience, Jason learned the link between good nutrition and how we feel and perform.
Before becoming a dietitian, Jennifer worked as a research editor for a major health magazine in New York City. On the daily, she found herself having in-depth conversations about nutrition and wellness with health experts and registered dietitians.
Having grown up in a Greek-American household and having spent every summer living the Mediterranean lifestyle, Annamaria learned from a young age that food is not just fuel - that it’s a huge part of culture, tradition, and nourishment for the body, mind and soul..
Rachel grew up on a farm in South Carolina and started cooking from a young age. She has always been interested in the way food affects our health and is on a mission to prove that healthy eating can taste REALLY good!
After graduating with an English and History degree, Elizabeth was unsure of her next career step. A summer internship, led to a research position and her decision to complete her pre-health coursework. Bye-bye Shakespeare, hello organic chem.
Rachel’s optimistic approach to nutrition will help reshape and optimize the way you’ll think about your long-term health. Born and raised in New York, she grew up in the heart of incredible food and always had her finger on the pulse of the latest and greatest health trends.
A former professional dancer, Lucy has since rediscovered the joy in eating great meals and found the perfect balance between an all-foods-fit mentality and an appreciation for food as fuel. She's passionate about helping clients on similar journeys who are looking to heal their relationship with food and their bodies.
Paul started lifting weights in high school and found that it helped his confidence. It didn’t take long for him to realize that a healthy diet could boost exercise performance and results. After that, he started doing his own research and instantly fell in love with nutrition science.
Sofie was always interested in food and nutrition. Growing up in a suburb of London where home cooked meals and family dinners were everything, her love of food led her to study nutrition in college and then begin a career in food quality. After working with various food brands, she decided to pursue a more care-oriented career.
Born and raised on a farming island in Guyana, food was a love language and for Naudia. After moving to the U.S., alone, she struggled to navigate outlandish health claims, fad diets, and messages of diet culture and craved the skillset to make informed decisions about how to nourish herself while honoring her cultural identity.
As a competitive athlete, Nadine started to consider and appreciate the nutritional value of food. She first dove into learning about how to nourish her body specifically for performance. Over time, her interest in nutrition evolved beyond the soccer field and gymnastics mat
The science behind food and nutrition made Meredith fall in love with the notion that what we eat is more than just a reflection of how we look (and vice versa.) She believes it’s important to understand how nutrients fuel our mental and physical health to be the best, most confident versions of ourselves.
Getting into nutrition was personal for Morgan, who was prescribed medications that never actually addressed the cause of her symptoms. When she finally saw an RD, she learned how eating nourishing food can change one’s health – and life. Her goal is to help clients arrive at that same “aha” moment.
Having struggled for years with digestive issues and managing several autoimmune disorders, Alexandra was fed up with hearing from doctors “there’s nothing else we can do for you”. So she he took matters into her own hands and started to look more closely at her lifestyle habits, including what she ate, to heal her body.
Charlotte found her love for nutrition after years of confusion around food. After working with a dietitian herself, she benefitted firsthand from the value of food counseling. Now, she’s invoked her personal success to develop an empathic and effective approach for her clients.
Naudia was born in Guyana in a close-knit village community where food was the love language, and moved to New York at 17, where approaches to nourishment were very different. Naudia’s passion for biochemistry and fascination with the foodways of diverse populations led her to nutrition.
Sophie grew up in a suburb of London where home cooked meals and family dinners were everything. Her love of food led me to study nutrition in college, begin a career in food quality and eventually pursue a more care-oriented career by studying to become a registered dietitian.
As a professional dancer, Lucy learned that food truly is fuel, though a performance-focused mentality led her to develop a less than healthy relationship with food. Since then, she rediscovered the joy in eating great meals. She is passionate than ever about helping clients on similar journeys.