is a Registered Dietitian who earned her Undergraduate Degree at New York
University in Nutrition and Food Science. After graduating, she lived in
Puebla, Mexico where she interned and volunteered in a variety of health
clinics and hospitals to better understand the food, culture and nutritional needs
of the Hispanic population. She then returned to New York City, where she completed
her Dietetic Internship at New York University and Montefiore Medical Center.
Since then, she has earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition from NYU
and actively works as a Clinical Dietitian at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s hospital
in NYC. In her clinical practice, Stefanie works closely with patients to
provide evidenced-based nutrition therapy for a number of nutrition disorders,
helping patients on their road to recovery.
provides nutrition counseling for a variety of conditions including
gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular disease, immunological disorders and
adult weight loss/management.
Affiliations: She is an active member of the Greater New York Dietetic Association, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, as well as, Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic Practice Group member
Personal Interests: Nutrition
and cooking have always been a part of Stefanie’s life. She spends her weekends
reading and trying new recipes, as well as exploring different cuisines. She
has a passion for Mexican culture and cuisine, which she tries to recreate in
New York for her Mexican-born husband. Stefanie is also passionate about writing
and is an avid health & wellness blogger with the Mount Sinai St Luke’s site,
HealthBytesNYC. In addition,
Stefanie is an active cyclist and believes that mental and physical wellness are key to living a healthy life. She enjoys
helping others to achieve this balance in life.