Robin DeCicco, Holistic Nutritionist

Robin DeCicco, Holistic Nutritionist
The Power of Food Education 205 N. Franklin Turnpike Ramsey, NJ 07446

Robin DeCicco, Holistic Nutritionist

I am an expert in the areas of weight loss, label reading, gluten-free and other food allergies and teaching mindfulness related to eating patterns.

I create meal and lifestyle plans to reduce symptoms of inflammatory conditions, gastrointestinal and neurological disorders, forms of cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, migraines, low-energy, picky eaters and more.

My program, 'The Power of Food Education' empowers individuals, families and groups to make smarter, more informed food decisions, leading to health, balance and longevity. If you would like to schedule an appointment or have any questions how I can help you live a longer, happier life, please contact me at: 201-310-5040.

The Power of Food Education is a program, which promotes overall health through assisting individuals, families and larger organizations making informed food decisions by combining the most recent scientific findings with specific interventions that lead to health and balance.

As a result, clients learn how to become proactive about their health by learning to approach food with a different mindset - - one that does not acknowledge fad diets, but one that understands the food choices we make shape the rest of our lives.
Primary Specialty

Dietitian - Nutritionist

Gender Female
Education - Muhlenberg College
- Certification in Holistic Nutrition & Health Coaching at SUNY Purchase College
Training - Certification in Holistic Nutrition & Health Coaching
Affiliations Englewood Hospital & Medical Center, Englewood, NJ
Certification Holistic Nutrition
Association of Drugless Practitioners
Services -Prevention and Maintenance
How to reduce the risk of disease and minimize the impact of genetic factors.

-Cardiovascular Diseases
Development of lifestyle plans that can aid in the prevention of cardiovascular-related diseases. Learn how the right food choices can act as preventative medicine, even for those with high cholesterol, high triglycerides and high blood pressure.

Diabetics learn how to revamp their diets to include the right foods to help manage their diabetes, including the highest quality grains and whole foods. Learn to recognize the hidden names for sugar!

-Gastrointestinal Conditions
Use a mind-body approach to help minimize symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders.

-Food Allergies
Learn how to differentiate between healthy and unhealthy allergy-friendly foods and recognize the negative impact of many food replacements.

-Weight Loss
Develop a plan designed specifically for you, based on your eating habits and patterns. Clients learn that the brands of food they eat might not be as healthy as they thought.

-Personalized Food Education.
In-home visits to "clean out‟ food pantries and explain why certain foods don't contribute to health.

-Supermarket tours with instruction on label reading and food budgeting.
Demonstrations of preparing tasty/ nutritious meals.

-Instruction on:

Planning healthy menus for the week.
Packing meals/snacks for travel.
Recognizing the difference between food brands based on ingredients and amount of processing.

-Ingredient Analyzing: create an understanding that most of the common food companies use marketing tactics to make us believe their products are healthy, when in actuality, they are full of refined and overly processed ingredients that lead to weight gain and blood-sugar spikes.
Consumer Feedback
Add a Review
There are no recent reviews. Be the first!