Michelle K. Berman, M.S., R.D. is a practitioner of pediatric and adult clinical nutrition. Her areas of practice are:
Trained at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, I have been a practicing clinical nutritionist for over 23 years, helping children and their families adjust their eating habits and relationship with food.
In my practice, I advocate health above everything else, and teach clients about foods that enhance rather than deplete one’s health and well-being. Through my extensive professional training and personal journey through my own health issues, I understand “firsthand” the effects food can have on our bodies.
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 try and 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.
B.S., Clinical Nutrition, Syracuse University
M.S., Clinical Nutrition, Drexel University
Post Master’s Clinical Internship, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia