Genevieve Cody



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Patient Populations:

Women, LGBTQIA+, Men, Older adults, Patients with GAD, Peds: 0-1 year, Peds: 12-15 years, Peds: 16-18 years, Peds: 2-5 years, Peds: 6-11 years

About Genevieve

Nutrition, sports and fitness have always been a passion and priority in my life. This passion led me to practice over a decade-long career in public relations specializing in sports and active lifestyle brands.

Over the course of working with athletes and sports nutrition brands, my own interest in comprehending the science behind how nutrition affects performance during exercise steadily grew. This was the motivation behind my decision to leave my career in public relations and become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

Before joining the team at Culina Health, I worked for Virtual Health Partners providing clients with virtual nutrition care on a range of topics. I am passionate about successfully educating and influencing people to develop long-term healthy eating and exercise habits that have a lasting, positive influence in their lives. Every patient that I work with is unique and I customize their nutrition plan to meet their needs using evidence-based research.

Get To Know Genevieve

Favorite cultural dish or comfort food: Anything with avocados! Avocado Toast or homemade guacamole.

Go-to morning beverage: I love fresh brewed coffee every morning.

Favorite thing to purchase at the farmer’s market: Any fresh veggies, especially cauliflower, cucumbers, tomatoes and red cabbage.

Sleep ritual I never forget: Meditation

What I listen to for inspiration: I love my running playlists made up of my favorite rock bands from the 80’s, 90’s and up!

Favorite recipe: Fresh guacamole!

Favorite nutrient-packed snack: No-bake energy bites

Favorite book: The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan

Grocery shopping tip: Choose lots of fresh fruits and veggies that make up a rainbow of colors in your cart. Make a list before you go and shop heavily from the perimeters of the store.

A habit you swear by: Many people confuse hunger signals with thirst, so I swear by carrying a water bottle and drinking water throughout the day. Aim to drink at least 64 ounces of water per day. Drinking water has many benefits for your body from regulating body temperature, to digestion, detoxification and nutrient absorption.

Nutrition philosophy in a nutshell: I believe that healthy nutrition is a lifestyle and my goal is to help my patients develop long-term healthy eating and exercise habits. Every patient I work with is unique and I customize their nutrition plan to their needs using evidence-based research. I take the time to connect with each patient and we set sustainable nutrition and exercise goals together. I also encourage my patients to eat a variety of whole foods and to learn how to prepare their own meals.


Bachelor of Arts, Providence College; Master of Science in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology, Teachers College, Columbia University

Dietetic Internship:
Teachers College, Columbia University

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