Detoxes and diets are dead-ends when it comes to making real changes in your wellness. At Culina Health, we know that getting healthy is a multifaceted and oftentimes difficult journey. That's why we provide trustworthy support and resources to help you understand and overcome the physical, mental, environmental, and behavioral challenges that get in the way of being healthy.
Our personalized nutrition coaching and science-based online education helps take the stress away from eating so you can transform your health and live a balanced life.
Our goal is to help you understand your body, change your relationship with food, and build healthy habits so you can get results that actually last.
We respect the role of family, community, and culture in shaping health behaviors, and celebrate the diversity of the human condition and experience regardless of race, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual preference, body size, or health condition.
We honor the fact that you know your body better than anyone else. That's why we work WITH you to find a plan that works for your unique needs. We support you along the way by respecting you and your decisions, and providing non-judgmental and mutually collaborative care that emphasizes communication, empathy, and positivity.
As Registered Dietitian Nutritionists our care plans are rooted in our professional training and continued education in nutrition, health and behavioral science. Our coaching methods and education are always informed by science, research, and clinical experience.
We help our clients feel empowered in all facets of their life. We provide the tools and support so that you can take an active role in your health and keep doing the work when we're not around.
We strongly believe that food is medicine, and that what we eat can have a powerful impact on so many aspects of life - physical health, mental and emotional health, stress management, work performance and relationships. That's why all of our work is centered around these core values:
Brittney’s passion is using tangible connections and strategies to make nutrition science relatable. Her mantra is: “You have to eat every day for the rest of your life, why not keep it fun?” Brittney works to empower clients with the knowledge they need to...
With sights set on business since she was a little girl, Robyn landed a position that had her traveling around the world. Though taste-testing international cuisines was a huge perk, it just wasn’t worth the exhaustion and frighteningly high cholesterol levels...
Marisa is a firm believer that eating well for your health does not need to be expensive or time-consuming. She became passionate about nutrition after years working in public relations for healthcare companies, where she discovered nutrition was a huge missing link...
Vanessa is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and the co-founder of Culina Health. With over 10 years of experience as a Registered Dietitian, Vanessa also serves as the dietetic intern director at New York University. Essence Magazine named Vanessa as one of the top nutritionists that will change the way you think about food...
Tamar is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, National Board Certified Health & Wellness coach, and the co-founder of Culina Health. Her unique and holistic approach integrates functional medicine, positive psychology, and behavioral change techniques. Well + Good named her one of the top holistic nutritionists in New York City...
Growing up in Texas, where big means BIG, the road to nutrition and fitness did not come easily for Anita. The key—and the hard part—was gaining control. Through the years, she found herself falling into an unhealthy cycle of eating patterns...
Charlotte found her love for nutrition after years of weight
fluctuations and confusion around food all while trying to balance a
tough corporate job. After working with a dietitian herself...
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 mental health.
Amanda is the office manager at Culina Health and and a future Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. After putting on the freshman 15 (well, maybe the freshman 36, but who’s counting?) she began experimenting with different eating and exercise habits...