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Nutrition Philosophy


Adina believes that finding balance with eating is possible for anyone. She rejects the common diet-centered mentality because diets simply do not work! Together, let's stop chasing the impossible and embrace what is possible for you and your eating. By tuning in your own body and learning to nourish yourself and what you really want, Adina will help you learn how to get back in control of your eating.


Areas of Expertise:

Eating Disorders

Intuitive eating and mindfulness

Non-diet approach to weight management



Eating Disorders


Adina specializes in the nutritional treatment of all types of eating disorders. She emphasizes rekindling one’s connection with the body, whether that includes weight restoration, mindfulness, or honoring hunger and fullness. She takes pride in equipping her clients with factual nutrition knowledge and helping them to fuse this information with normalized eating behaviors. She has extensive experience with clients of all ages, and offers a comprehensive, family-inclusive approach when working with children and adolescents. The recovery process can be difficult, but you don't have to do it alone.


Non-Diet Approach


Not sure what a  non-diet approach is exactly? This approach rejects the rigidity and lack of control found with diets and embraces your own wisdom towards feeding your body. You don't need a diet to tell you what to eat; Adina can teach you to practice intuitive eating to achieve your health goals. By tuning into your own intuition and natural cues of hunger and fullness, you will become a mindful, empowered, and confident eater.






Education & Background


Adina is a Registered Dietitian and licensed in the State of Maryland. She received her Bachelor of Science in nutritional sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master of Science in Nutrition and Wellness from Benedictine University. Adina completed her dietetic internship at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia.


Adina has been featured in print in The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore's Child, and U.S. News and World Report. She has also been featured on WBFF Fox 45 Baltimore & WMAR ABC 2 News. Check out the Media tab above to watch and read about Adina in the media.

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