Robyn Engman is a registered dietitian and a trained chef with an Associate of Science in culinary arts and a Bachelor of Science in culinary nutrition. She completed her dietetic internship at Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, N.Y. Robyn has a strong background helping people who suffer from metabolic syndrome which includes obesity, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
Robyn has spent the last 3 years conducting one on one nutrition counseling, teaching group nutrition classes, and performing healthy and delicious cooking demonstrations at a popular supermarket chain in New York. During that time, Robyn built strong relationships with people in the surrounding community helping them to build healthy and sustainable lifestyle habits. Robyn uses education and encouragement to help fight disease, because while prevention is always key, reversal is often possible.
If you are tired of the basic and boring health foods that leave you feeling deprived, let Robyn spice things up. Robyn’s unique skills as a trained chef give her the knowledge to transform any way of eating into a personalized plan that will help you meet your goals without compromising flavor. When it comes to our health, food is often either a cure, or a cause, so let’s choose well! Let’s make it healthy, make it tasty, and make it fun.