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How I Can Help You

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Are you frustrated because you know what you should eat but you don’t do it??

Many of my clients have felt this way and are surprised to learn that knowing what you should do doesn’t mean you are ready to make that change. With over 20 years experience, I am skilled at helping my clients get started.

I will guide you to take a series of small but important steps toward your goal. These small successes can motivate you to make big changes in your habits and end your frustration.

Many of my clients are confused about what to eat to get healthy.

I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a Master of Science degree from New York University so I know how to sift through all the nutritional science and find the evidence-based recommendations that are appropriate for you.

Whether you are struggling to prevent or manage diabetes, lose weight or improve your overall health I am happy to meet with you for some basic nutrition education to clear up your confusion, or we can schedule a series of sessions to help you start making changes in your eating habits.

Is an obsession with food, weight or health taking over some aspect of your life?

You don’t need to struggle alone. I can show you how to reclaim your life and health by teaching you skills that will help you recover
from the disordered eating patterns that are disrupting your life. As the Nutrition Therapist for the Behavioral Health Program at NYU Langone Health in New York City, I worked alongside a psychologist co-leading a group therapy program for compulsive overeating. I also provided individual nutrition therapy for eating disorders in teens and adults. Because of this experience and specialized training I am now able to more effectively help my clients with disordered eating patterns.

How? I can help you separate emotional hunger from stomach hunger. As you become more mindful of what triggers you to eat, you are empowered to nourish your mind and body more appropriately. When you recognize and respond to stomach hunger and fullness and set a realistic plan for eating, it becomes easier to overcome an eating disorder and accomplish your health goals.

If you are tired of relying on protein shakes and bars or tasteless diet meals, let me show you how to enjoy good food and good health.

My experience has shown me that healthy food has to taste REALLY GOOD in order for you to make it part of your life. That’s why I went back to school and got my degree in the culinary arts from The Culinary Institute of America, where I also taught for many years.

I am the author of The Diabetes-Friendly Kitchen 125 Recipes for Creating Healthy Meals so I can recommend food that is so good you will crave it. I have also shared recipes and tips for making delicious healthy meals as a guest on the Dr. Oz Show and ABC’s Good Morning America along with numerous other media outlets.

Whether you struggle with weight loss issues, eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating, or you’re trying to prevent or manage diabetes, I have the experience, skills and passion to guide and motivate you to get healthy.

It is a privilege to help my clients make peace with food and reclaim their lives and health. If you are ready, let me help you enjoy good food and good health. Contact me for personal
nutrition counseling today.

Jennifer Stack, MS, RDN, CDE

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Diabetes Self-Management Magazine

Read why Diabetes Self-Management magazine calls Jennifer the “Flavor First Chef” and how her skills as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator can help you.

What My Clients Are Saying

“This was my first time ever going to a dietitian. I thought it was going to be similar to seeing a physical trainer who would have a routine plan set for me to follow and fit into. It is nothing like that. YOU are the center of a plan that is specifically tailored around you, your challenges, your life, and your goal(s).” —Kathy L.

Working with Jennifer is VERY therapeutic! (For mind and body!). I am recognizing my habits (good and “bad”) strategizing on overcoming obstacles.” —Michelle C.

“Jennifer, I know that without your help I would not be healthy today. Thank you for being my guardian angel.” —David A.

“She was the one person whose advice I felt confident following. Jennifer played a big part in helping me to save my life.” —
Heidi D.

“Jennifer is passionate about what she does and her background as a Certified Diabetes Educator, a Chef and a Nutritionist really offer so many levels of support! If you’re looking for a nutritionist and so much more, Jennifer Stack is highly recommended!”— Heather S.

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The Diabetes-Friendly Kitchen Cookbook

BY: Jennifer Stack, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator

The Diabetes-Friendly Kitchen takes healthy cooking to new and delicious heights with wholesome, high-quality ingredients and chef-inspired cooking techniques. Any diabetes cookbook will show you how to cook food that meets your dietary needs, but none can match the creativity, diversity, and flavor that you expect from the top-notch chefs at The Culinary Institute of America.  Now, every meal can be not only good for you, but great tasting too. Get your copy today!