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If you are looking to shed a few pounds, writing down what you eat is an important habit to have. Journaling can make you more aware of what you are eating and less likely to overeat or eat the "wrong" foods.

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The Mighty Sprout

Nutritional Beauty

Just the Facts: Reading Foods Labels

 
About Us


Carol Plotkin, MS, RDN, CDN, ACSM Health and Fitness Specialist

Carol is the owner of On Nutrition. She has been building a nutrition practice since 2001 in Rochester, NY. On Nutrition was created in 2005 and is located in the Linden Oaks Medical Campus to serve the nutritional needs of the community. 

Carol graduated from Case Western Reserve University, where she received both her Bachelors and Masters of Science degrees in Nutrition. She completed her dietetic internship at the Louis Stokes Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland, OH. She has been a Registered Dietitian since 1991 and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as a Health Fitness Specialist

She came to Rochester, NY from Washington, DC where she had the opportunity to work at several Capital area hospitals including George Washington University Hospital and Alexandria Hospital.

Carol combines her passion for food and fitness in her current practice at On Nutrition.  Her goal is to empower others to improve their health and fitness with nutrition and to challenge their current eating practices for optimal performance in life. Her specialties include weight management, sports nutrition, cardiovascular nutrition, diabetes, and gastrointestinal health.

Carol completed training in health and wellness coaching through WellCoaches to help her clients achieve greater success. She is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach through WellCoaches. Carol also holds a Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.



Lisa Fischer, RDN, CDN

Speciality
: Integrative and Functional Nutrition (IFN)- a philosophy that centers around a holistic, personalized approach to health and healing. IFN integrates a variety of nutrition therapies including whole foods, tailored supplements, and mind-body modalities in clinical practice. Read more on the Dietitians for Integrative and Functional Medicine website.

Clinical interests in adults and children
    -Gastrointestinal health
    -Eating disorders
    -Pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes
    -Cardiovascular health
    -Weight management
    -Cancer prevention

Lisa brings a unique perspective to On Nutrition. The American medical system relies on invasive procedures and potent medication to solve today's health problems. However, more people are realizing that Western medicine alone is not enough to promote true health and well-being. The future of medicine will integrate the best of contemporary science and the healing power of nature. Lisa draws from both to create personalized recommendations that help manage disease and support optimal wellness.

Lisa graduated with her BS in Nutrition Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She completed Cornell University's dietetic internship and since graduating has worked at Strong Memorial Hospital providing medical nutrition therapy for both adults and children. While practicing disease-management nutrition, Lisa became increasingly aware of the importance of prevention and integrative/functional medicine. She is now working on her MS in Nutrition and Integrative Health through Maryland University of Integrative Health. When she graduates, Lisa will be one of the only registered dietitians/nutritionists in the country with this degree from an accredited integrative university.