I was trained at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and have been practicing clinical nutrition for over 25 years.
In my practice, I advocate individual needs above everything else, meet clients where they are and take them to where they want to go on their path towards their health and well-being. Through my professional training and personal journey of my own health issues, I understand “firsthand” the effects food can have on our bodies and our moods.
In my private practice, I educate and counsel families on the importance of nutritional practices as they relate to the family and how food choices we make each day impact our health in a positive or negative way. Nutritional healing is one of the most vital components to living a harmonious and balanced life and I believe that what we put into our bodies is what our bodies become. Through supermarket tours, individual counseling, cooking classes, seminars and support/education groups, I convey this information to all of my clients.
Helping children, teens and adults adjust their eating habits, behaviors & relationship with food in order to optimize health & well-being is the primary objective of my nutritional goals for all of my clients.
Michelle K. Berman, M.S., R.D. is a practitioner of pediatric and adult clinical nutrition. Her areas of practice are:
B.S., Clinical Nutrition, Syracuse University
M.S., Clinical Nutrition, Drexel University
Post Master’s Clinical Internship, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia