Welcome!
I’m Cory Levin, Registered Dietitian and women’s health expert.

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I work specifically with women to help them heal from hormonal discord, digestive issues, and weight imbalances.

I’m here to teach you how to achieve your goals using no BS, science-backed eating and lifestyle techniques.

Ideal hormonal balance, optimal digestion, and your own perfect weight are within your immediate reach. Join me in thriving from the inside out.

- Cory


why work with a registered dietitian (RD) and not a “nutritionist”?

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Please don’t confuse the terms! An RD must have a bachelor's degree in dietetics, nutrition, or nutrition sciences. Approximately half of all RDs hold advanced degrees, and soon this will be a requirement.

Becoming an RD requires completing a rigorous academic program that includes courses in food science, clinical dietetics, community nutrition, lifecycle nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, education methodology, biochemistry, microbiology, social sciences, human anatomy and physiology, and other culinary and nutrition-related classes.

RDs must pass a comprehensive national examination and complete an internship to gain in-depth, in-the-field experience. In addition, we must regularly obtain continuing education credits throughout our careers to ensure we remain current on the latest research and best practices. Only a person who has met these stringent requirements can use the title “Dietitian.”

Literally anybody can call themselves a nutritionist regardless of their training...or lack thereof.  

There are a growing number of nutrition enthusiasts and tons of nutrition information and advice out there. Formal training and credentials are vital because what might work for one individual may be totally inappropriate, ineffective, or even harmful to another person.

Seek a professional. Seek an RD.


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