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Nathan Diaz, MS, RD, LDN

I am all over the place when it comes to the areas of dietetics that I am involved in. On one side of the spectrum, I work in the private practice sector where I deal primarily with younger adults as well as athletes of various ages. When I am not meeting with clients privately, I work as the sole dietitian for a long term care facility dealing primarily with the geriatric population. When I am not in the nursing home or in my office counseling clients, I am cooking and developing recipes to showcase for potential personal chef clients. 

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Jim Seeger, M. Ed., RDN, LDN, ATC

I interact daily with high school athletes in the training room. I prepare the athletes for practice and games. This begins with my assessment, testing and making recommendation for rehabbing their injuries. I am part of the sports medicine team helping the athletes prepare for their work to improve.

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Abbie Gellman, MS RD CDN

This changes depending on the day, client, and what else is going on. Sometimes I feel like I have “work whiplash,” but this makes it exciting and interesting! I have to be very organized and on point. Some “typical” tasks include cooking, recipe development, daily food/recipe social media posts, and researching trends.

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Ellen Albertson, PhD, RDN, CD

I take a holistic—body, mind, heart & spirit—approach to empower people to optimize their health & wellbeing. I help women achieve health, happiness and balance so they can reach their full potential quickly & effectively without stress.

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Allison Schaaf, MS, RD, Chef

I started out as a personal chef in high school. I then received a degree in culinary nutrition and had experience cooking at world-renowned health spas. I then received a masters degree in nutrition communications & became a RD. I spent some time doing marketing for the Almond Board of California. From there, I moved to Austin, TX and created a personal chef company. I still run that company, but now focus on my meal planning website, PrepDish.com.

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Ben Sit, RD

This is a bit difficult as my job description is so vast and things can change at the drop of a hat. The primary focus of my job is to work with people, professional and amateur athletes as well as celebrities to give them advice on their nutritional practices to help them be healthier and to perform better in their sport or their life. A lot of this has to do with finding exactly what works best for that client in regards to supplements, foods and timing in relation to the sport or physical activity. Everyone is different and responds differently to nutritional and athletic interventions. 

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