Our Nutritionists

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.

 

Heather Brummer, MS, CN, LAc
Functional Medicine Nutritionist | Licensed Acupuncturist

Diabetes Management ║ GI Disorders ║ General Wellness

*Early morning appointments available*

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Anna Cannata, MS, CN, LMHC
Functional Medicine Nutritionist | Mental Health Counselor

Eating disorders ║ Disordered Eating ║ Mood and Anxiety

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Aster Galloway

Katie Southworth, MS, RDN, CD
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Autoimmune & Chronic diseases ║ GI Disorders ║ Family Nutrition

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Aster Galloway, MS, CN, RDN
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Eating disorders ║ Disordered Eating ║ Body Acceptance

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Gretchen Gruender, MS, RDN, CSO
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Oncology Nutrition ║ Cancer Survivorship ║ Cancer Prevention

*Limited availability*

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Autumn Hoverter, MS, RDN
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Autoimmune & Chronic diseases ║ GI Disorders ║ Family Nutrition

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Siona Sammartino, MS, RDN
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Autoimmune & Chronic Diseases ║ GI Disorders ║ Culinary Nutrition, Food Cleanses & Weigh Management

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Julie Starkel, MS, MBA, RDN
Functional Medicine Nutritionist

Autoimmune & Chronic Diseases ║ GI Disorders ║ Women’s Health

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