Jeff is a registered dietitian practicing medical nutrition therapy specializing in holistic/optimal wellness, non-diet approach sustainable weight loss, eating disorders/disordered eating, chronic disease prevention/treatment, performance/sports nutrition, and anti-aging by using a "food is thy medicine approach" coined by Hippocrates, a Greek physician who is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine.
He is known as an expert in his field at making specific medical nutrition therapy food recommendations easy to implement in order to complement medical treatment for managing common chronic illnesses including diabetes, heart disease, cancer, GERD, GI/bowel issues, post-bariatric surgery, chronic pain and inflammation, and auto-immune diseases.
His education includes a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from the University of Houston and a Master's of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Jeff is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and a certified personal trainer (CPT) through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). He completed his dietetic internship through The Sage Colleges in Troy, New York.
Jeff has worked for the Department of Defense as a registered dietitian and exercise specialist giving daily briefs to new incoming soldiers to help them fuel their bodies for the activity needs and teaching them how to avoid injuries as well as providing one-on-one medical nutrition therapy support to veterans, active-duty military personnel and military dependents. He has also worked previously in private practice as an outpatient dietitian.
"My goal is to empower people to make lifestyle changes and adopt healthy relationships with food and exercise in ways that are creative, fun, and realistic. We’ll do this by crafting comprehensive health plans that cover exercise and nutrition and by carefully working together in a friendly and positive environment. Education and accountability through ongoing support are essential for making progress with improving your relationship with food, your body, and exercise."