At Top Nutrition Coaching we want to connect you with a nutrition expert with a proven track record of success who can help you achieve your health goals. Most importantly, we will work with you to find manageable yet significant ways to change your diet and lifestyle to reach and stay at a healthy weight.
Emma recently earned a Master of Public Health degree from the prestigious University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which complements her role as a registered dietitian and nutritionist. She is passionate about using health education and health promotion to achieve positive outcomes, particularly when it comes to weight management and the prevention of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.
Jordan is a registered dietitian with over five years of experience in her chosen specialties – weight loss and sports nutrition. She has furthered her expertise by specializing in gut health, prenatal and postpartum nutrition, and disordered eating. Jordan holds a master’s degree in Clinical Dietetics from Oregon Health & Science University.
Karin is an incredibly kind and inspiring nutritionist who has guided clients to long-term weight loss success in her 20 years as a registered dietitian and nutrition counselor. Karin’s approach to weight management involves helping her clients create a mindful and balanced relationship with food. She is also an expert in prenatal and postpartum nutrition, disordered eating, and sports nutrition. A passionate lifelong learner, Karin is currently working on her doctorate in Health Education and Promotion.
Rachel is a nutritionist and registered dietitian with a bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Clemson and over a decade of experience. She has helped countless individuals achieve their weight loss and fitness goals and manage chronic health issues such as heart disease, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Rachel is passionate about guiding others to better understand nutrition and is currently a mentor to nutrition interns at the University of Maryland.
Dana’s passion for clinical nutrition has led her to specialize in weight-loss counseling, prenatal nutrition, heart disease, diabetes, and pediatric nutrition. She excels at working with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. Dana is a highly experienced dietitian who has worked in the nutrition field for over 20 years. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at Penn State and her master’s degree at Marywood University.
Stacey’s passion for the nutrition sciences led her to a bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Science from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She has worked as a certified dietitian and nutritionist for over 8 years. Thanks to her wide-ranging interests, she has furthered her education by specializing in areas such as kidney disease, heart health, and diabetes, as well as weight loss nutrition, intuitive eating, and nutrition for older adults.
Manju has worked as a registered dietitian for over three decades. During that time, she has taken an interest in a wide range of specialties and has become an expert on chronic illnesses, gut health, heart health, and weight control. She has also completed continuing professional education units in oncology and diabetes. Manju’s extensive qualifications include a master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Kentucky.
As an athlete who has faced numerous health challenges, Danielle’s road to becoming a nutritionist wasn’t always easy. Nevertheless, she has achieved an incredible amount as a personal trainer and registered dietitian specializing in weight management and sports nutrition. She also has expertise in food allergies, disordered eating, diabetes, heart disease, gut health, and prenatal and postnatal nutrition. Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree at California State University at Northridge and has over eight years of professional experience.
Jaelyn combined her passions for sports performance and nutrition by becoming a registered dietitian. She has worked with athletes of all abilities and individuals hoping to lose weight and improve their heart health. Jaelyn’s other areas of expertise include prenatal and postnatal nutrition and diabetes prevention and management. Jaelyn earned a bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition at Clemson University and completed her dietetic internship at UNC Greensboro.
In addition to being a registered dietitian, Meghan is an expert on the prevention and management of diabetes. She is also an experienced weight loss counselor who has significant renal and heart health expertise. Meghan holds a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. She has worked in various clinical settings, including private practice and nonprofit health care.
As a registered dietitian nutritionist, Katie is passionate about helping people reach a healthy, sustainable weight. She also specializes in diabetes, pediatric nutrition, and gut health and is working towards additional integrative and functional nutrition qualifications. Katie holds a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from Rush University and spent eight years working at the world-famous Cleveland Clinic.
Michelle’s route to becoming a registered dietitian nutritionist has taken her to prestigious institutions like Penn State, the University of Virginia, and Johns Hopkins University. Michelle has also worked as an EMT and certified personal trainer, which has helped her immeasurably in her career as a nutritionist specializing in weight loss and athletic nutrition.
If you’re like many people in San Francisco, you’re an independent self-starter who’s used to taking the initiative to tackle challenging issues. However, even the most capable individuals can struggle with weight loss, especially when you have limited time to find accurate information or compare weight loss programs. That’s where an experienced nutritionist can help.
Virtual nutrition counseling has grown in popularity in recent years as more health care services move online. Telehealth platforms offer clients unparalleled choice, convenience, and access to some of the top experts in their field. San Francisco residents hoping to lose weight can take advantage of these benefits by working with a certified nutritionist from Top Nutrition Coaching.
To work for Top Nutrition Coaching, our experts must be up to date with all of their certifications. In addition to being registered dietitians, many of our weight loss nutritionists are specialists in heart health, diabetes, and postpartum nutrition.
In California, becoming a registered dietitian involves completing a bachelor’s degree from a program approved by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. This degree involves academic study and a practical component and is followed by a 1,200-hour dietetic internship. All candidates must pass the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) exam.
In addition to having a bachelor’s degree and certification as a registered dietitian, the best San Francisco nutritionists also have master’s degrees and even doctorates in clinical nutrition, health education, and public health. Although these additional qualifications are not mandatory, the CDR has its own requirements for nutrition professionals who work in California.
All registered dietitians must complete 75 hours of continuing professional education every five years to maintain their certification. Focusing on a specialty such as pediatric nutrition or oncology nutrition is a great way to complete these mandatory training hours while gaining expertise in a new field.
San Francisco is world-famous for its arts and culture, including its thriving food scene. With thousands of cafes, markets, and restaurants at your disposal, living in the San Francisco Bay Area can seem like a food paradise. In reality, though, a significant proportion of SF residents struggle to eat a nutritious, well-rounded diet and maintain a healthy weight.
In many parts of San Francisco, food seems to be everywhere. However, having so much choice isn’t always a blessing. It’s challenging to decide what will work for your body and your schedule and make you feel good about your choices – especially when you are constantly being bombarded by food-related advertising.
Many San Franciscans work very long hours, which leaves precious little time to devote to cooking healthy yet affordable meals. Takeout, food delivery apps, and fast food can seem like the only option when you just want something fast and easy.
However, those food choices are often highly processed and limited in nutritional value. It’s expensive to order food day after day and it’s often not as satisfying as cooking for yourself. You’re certainly not alone in wanting to find meal and snack ideas that are simple, affordable, and filling, yet also good for you.
Choosing to lose weight is a personal decision that you should approach with confidence. It’s always worth considering all of the available options to make an informed decision about your health.