As a life-long athlete since the age of three, Dr. A’nna has always been fascinated by how different foods impact our body. She started experimenting with different foods before, during and after track practices, which led her to three State Championships as a competitive runner. By 18 years old, A’nna was working in a research laboratory and published her first scholarly article in a peer-reviewed journal. Her classes and research at Cornell University were an outlet to expand and explore her curiosity of nutrition. Dr. A’nna took that curiosity and passion as far as academically possible, earning a PhD, conducting randomized controlled research trials, and as she says, “never stops learning.”
Dr. A’nna brings a wealth of knowledge into conversations with clients to help them live a high performance lifestyle by blending cutting-edge research with first-hand athletic experience. She actively listens to clients to understand their challenges and meet their needs. Dr. A’nna appreciates and respects that everyone has a different background and goals. For the detail oriented, Dr. A’nna creates a custom algorithm to calculate macronutrient needs and uses biomarker data to guide recommendations. But regardless of how broad or detailed your preferences are, she helps everyone feel confident with their nutrition. As the only combined PhD/Registered Dietitian in the world with all Ivy League degrees, Dr. A’nna is truly unique in her ability to help clients achieve their best.
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Dr. A’nna graduated top of her class, Summa cum laude from Cornell University with a double major in Nutritional Sciences and Exercise Physiology. After receiving her Bachelor’s in Science, she was accepted into the only combined PhD/RD position where she simultaneously completed her PhD and dietetic internship to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.
Dr. A’nna received world-renowned training from experts in the field of human nutrition, molecular and integrative physiology and psychology. She conducted multiple randomized, controlled trials at Cornell University during graduate school and as a Clinical Associate Translational Metabolic Investigator at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).