About Us

We think of nutrition as the foundation for all areas of health.  Our nutritionists can help you establish this foundation and achieve your health goals, whether it is helping out with a complex disease state or optimizing good health.  Learn more about our nutritionists and our backgrounds below.

Aster Galloway, MS

Aster Galloway, MS

Functional Medicine Nutritionist

As a specialist in eating disorder treatment and recovery Aster provides essential tools to overcome eating disorders, body dysmorphia, and disordered eating behaviors. She serves as a gentle and respectful guide for both adolescents and adults dedicated to helping her clients develop a healthy relationship with food, body, and mind. Aster offers compassionate support during treatment, addressing specific harmful behaviors and helping clients to recognize their unlimited power and the possibility of full recovery. Aster welcomes people of all cultural backgrounds, sexual identities, and orientations, providing an emotionally and physically safe space for all members of the LGBTQ community. Learn more about Aster » Schedule an appointment with Aster »

Brooke Brandeberry, MS, CN, LMHCA

Brooke Brandeberry, MS, CN, LMHCA

Nutritionist and Mental Health Counselor

Brooke is a Certified Nutritionist (CN) and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate who helps her clients make lasting and positive changes toward a healthier life. She provides individuals with the essential tools to strengthen and recover from illness, grow healthy families, and develop a nourishing relationship with food. Learn more about Brooke » Schedule an appointment with Brooke »

Gretchen Gruender, MS, RDN, CSO

Gretchen Gruender, MS, RDN, CSO

Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Gretchen has spent more than a decade working with people striving to make positive lifestyle changes. As a specialist in oncology nutrition, she is prepared to help at all stages of their journey with cancer whether they are in treatment, out of treatment, or working on prevention. Gretchen knows that each person brings their own individual story and she enjoys finding ways to help her clients make whole foods a part of how they achieve their goals. In addition, Gretchen sees clients with chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease, as well as gastrointestinal (digestive) disorders. Learn more about Gretchen » Schedule an appointment with Gretchen »

Siona Sammartino, MS, RDN

Siona Sammartino, MS, RDN

Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Siona takes a holistic, yet evidence-based approach with clients. She believes food is fuel, but that food is also medicine, having the power to nourish the body on a cellular level to prevent or support chronic illness. Her expertise in both functional nutrition and whole foods cooking have led her clients to powerful results and long-lasting change. Learn more about Siona » Schedule an appointment with Siona »

Grace K. Lautman, MS, CN & LMHCA

Grace K. Lautman, MS, CN & LMHCA

Nutritionist and Mental Health Counselor

Grace is dedicated to helping her clients develop a healthy relationship with their bodies as well as food. She enjoys supporting her clients through this process, and believes health is found from establishing emotional wellbeing, eating whole foods, addressing disease process, biochemical/nutritional imbalances, and moving the body in ways that are enjoyable. Learn more about Grace » Schedule an appointment with Grace »

Julie Starkel, MS, MBA, RDN

Julie Starkel, MS, MBA, RDN

Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Julie’s approach to nutrition is clinical, holistic, and functional in that she uses clues from a patient’s entire life as part of her understanding of their health issues. Nutrition may be called applied biochemistry.  Some of the tools she may use in her medical nutrition therapy assessment are blood, saliva and stool lab analyses, a nutrition physical and environmental exposure history. Learn more about Julie » Schedule an appointment with Julie »

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