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Although the vast majority of women believe that they are well versed in what “healthy eating” looks like, the reality is that each individual’s body is different.

What may be healthy and nutritious for one person, could actually cause negative physical reactions in another.

With the assistance of a certified practitioner, one can become better informed of their body’s specific needs in order to achieve optimal health and functioning.

Nutritional Counseling

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Our mental and physical health is as affected by our diets as our views and values are shaped by our experiences. In understanding how specific foods affect the functionality of our minds and bodies, we gain greater understanding and control of our overall health

Thérèse Bonanni MS, RDN, provides one-on-one counseling, customized meal plans, recipes and food journal analysis, among other nutrition-related services at Navesink Wellness Center. She is clinically trained in evidenced-based medical nutrition therapy including but not limited to:

* Weight Management

* Metabolic Disorders (Pre / Diabetes)

* Prenatal and Postnatal Nutrition

* GI Conditions such as Celiac Disease, IBS, IBD & GERD

* Cardiovascular Issues such as Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) and High Cholesterol

* Menopausal Concerns

Meet our Specialist

Thérèse Bonanni, MS, RDN

Thérèse Bonanni MS, RDN, has worked as a Clinical Dietitian at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and Stamford Hospital in Connecticut. She practices evidenced-based medical nutrition therapy including but not limited to: weight management, metabolic disorders (pre/diabetes), pre/postnatal nutrition, GI-related conditions (Celiac Disease, IBS/IBD, GERD) and cardiovascular issues (hypertension, high cholesterol). Thérèse provides customized meal plans, recipes and food journal analysis, among other services. She is passionate about teaching her clients that nutrition is about all you can eat, not what you can’t.

A former editor for Prevention magazine, Thérèse also created and developed recipes for The O2 Diet, Slim Calm Sexy Diet and The New You & Improved Diet books, which have appeared on The Rachael Ray Show and Access Hollywood. Her work has also appeared in Women’s Health, Reader’s Digest and Shape magazines. Thérèse holds a B.A. in Communications from Boston College and Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She is a Registered Dietitian with the Commission on Dietetic Registration and member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.