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You Only Get One Body. Feed It Well.

Hey, I’m Deborah! (but you can call me Deb)
Feeding your body well  means something different to everyone. Once I know someone’s why,  then we can plan their how.
I individualize every client’s plan because each one is unique with their own goals and ideals. And I can help you get through your struggles with disordered eating, weight management, food issues, family based therapy, food allergies and more.
I’ve helped countless clients find the version of themselves they aspire to be, by listening to their concerns and helping guide them through in a way that works for them. What’s Your Why?

Deborah works as a nutrition consultant to several companies and organizations which strive to provide accurate and timely health-related information to clients, customers and the public. She is also a Contributor to the Center for Nutritional Psychology

Nutrition Expert

Deborah has appeared as a nutrition expert on several television programs, including ABC News and Access Hollywood Live. Her nutrition insight has been included in numerous publications, such as Redbook, Prevention, and U.S. News & World Report among others.


Fueling your body with proper nutrition is the most important component to a healthy lifestyle.

I am totally committed to the anti-diet philosophy. Let’s work together to get rid of the rigid, black and white thinking and belief that foods are good or bad. It’s the pattern of eating that truly makes a difference in overall health. Children and adolescents often need help and support with this, so I work together with the family to make this happen.  We’ll work together through the nutritional aspects of disordered eating and I’ll provide support to your family doing  FBT (Family Based Therapy) with their loved one battling an eating disorder. 
If you struggle with food allergies or intolerances, we can work together to help you feel better and choose foods wisely.  I am a PAC (Protect Allergic Children) certified food allergy specialist. 
And, if you’re a novice athlete or an accomplished competitor, I can help you achieve your goals, just as I’ve helped so many other athletes improve their performance.
I am truly committed to partnering with companies who share my principles about nutrition, health and well-being. 

Health Above All is Here to Help

  • Working together with individuals or families to achieve nutritional goals
  • Supporting families who have a loved one in Family Based Therapy (FBT)
  • Collaborating with physicians and therapists to provide the best care for clients
  • Consulting for companies on nutrition-related topics
  • Delivering wellness programs to employees
  • Blogging and engaging with media for companies to promote their health message

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Getting Ready for The Appointment

Keep a three day food log. Include at least one weekend day and make sure that you note not only the portion size of the food consumed, but also the time.  Any recent lab work and names/dosages of medications taken are helpful to bring to the first appointment.

Breakfast (9am): 1 whole wheat bagel with butter; coffee with creamer

Lunch (1:30 pm): 1 quesadilla with chicken, cheese and guacamole. Diet coke. 3 chocolate chip cookies

Snack (3:30) 1 cup of pistachios. Bottle of water. 1 chocolate bar.

Dinner (7:00) 3 turkey meat balls with 1 1/2 cups of spaghetti with marinara sauce. 1 slice of italian bread. 1 glass of wine.

Dessert (8:00) 1 slice of chocolate cake and 1/2 cup of skim milk

I will take a thorough medical history from you and we will review the food log. We will also spend time on important information you need to know to be successful in achieving your goals.  Together, we will design an individualized meal plan that incorporates your specific calorie and nutrient needs. You will also have a list of foods to buy to make the transition stage simple

These are scheduled according to individualized needs. I am available for in-office sessions, phone or virtual sessions.

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