Stacey Wiesenthal



Age Group(s):

Adults, Pediatrics

Patient Populations:

Women, Children, LGBTQIA+, Men

About Stacey

Stacey’s journey in nutrition began in eighth grade when she saw family members struggle with their health. The dietitian who helped her family was so impactful that a fire was ignited within her that led her to a career in dietetics. Her passion for helping people live healthier lives never dimmed, and she delights in being a tireless cheerleader on her patients’ journey to wellness. Stacey knows that when it comes to nutrition, there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach. She’s excited to meet people where they are and embark on a collaborative transformational journey together. Prior to coming to Culina Health, Stacey worked at the Cleveland Clinic, created corporate wellness programs, and worked in outpatient pediatrics.

Get To Know Stacey

Favorite cultural dish or comfort food: Noodle kugel

Go-to morning beverage: Flavored coffee, black

Favorite thing to purchase at the farmer’s market or grocery store: Fresh fish, pickled vegetables

Sleep ritual I never forget: Meditation before bed

What I listen to for inspiration: Be My Guest with Ina Garten, One Real Good Thing with Ellie Kreiger

Favorite recipe: home made poke bowls

Favorite nutrient-packed snack: Dates with nut butter or brie

Favorite book/TV show/movie: TV: Parenthood

Grocery shopping tip: Sometimes we have to look at convenience over price. If you have to buy something (fruit or veggie) pre-chopped to assure you’ll eat it, it’s worth it.

What’s one small thing someone can do today to work toward a balanced eating pattern/lifestyle? Instead of taking away something from your diet, look and see what you can add to it. Fiber is something majority of people are lacking and if you can add some to each of your meals, you will likely find them to be more filling and satisfying, as well as keeping you feeling fuller longer.

A habit you swear by: Drinking water. I know it might cause some eye roll, but we often confuse hunger with thirst. Doing things like adding citrus to your water makes it more enjoyable and easier to drink. Water has so many important health benefits and most people don’t drink enough. I carry around a bottle all day and a straw makes it go down so easy.


Master of Science in Nutrition, Case Western Reserve University

Dietetic Internship:
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center; Case Western Reserve University

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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