Growing up in a home that focused on family and real food, Olivia started sharing her natural passion for nutrition long before she decided to make it her career. Now that she calls Philadelphia her home, she is anxious to share this passion with you and your family through her focus on keeping life simple and wholesome. She teaches her clients that nutrition is not just about what is on the end of a fork, but about balancing all aspects of life to create a nourishing relationship with food. Olivia provides individualized dietary therapy focusing on biologically appropriate diet principles to aid her clients in weight management, increasing energy levels, and pursuing continued health, happiness and longevity.
Information can be a powerful tool for self-education, and we encourage our clients to be their own health advocates. However, with so much information readily available, it can be incredibly overwhelming trying to decipher it all on your own. That’s why Olivia is here – she is committed to demystifying the world of nutrition by refocusing attention on the time-wise tradition of using real foods as medicine to help you heal, find energy, and maintain wellness. Here at The Moday Center for Functional and Integrative Medicine we recognize that everyone is different and what works for one person might not work for you. We function as a team to treat the body as a whole, find the root cause of imbalance, and promote individual wellness through a unique, personalized approach. Out to prove that nutrition is more than just balancing calories in versus calories out, she can help reprogram your body back to how it is designed to digest, metabolize and utilize the foods you eat.
Olivia received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2012. She then went on to complete her dietetic internship at the University of Houston. She is currently a student at the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy and creator of the In The Kitchen Series on the Moday Center blog.