Lower Heart Disease Risk through Personalized Nutrition

From the Show: Eat Right Radio
Summary: Everyone has unique nutrition needs based on genetics and lifestyle.
Air Date: 2/15/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Sonya Angelone, MS
Angelone Sonya 2139smallSonya Angelone is the owner of a nutrition consulting firm, providing individual consultations, group programs and corporate workshops. She is a certified Lifestyle Eating and Performance therapist and certified lifestyle counselor. Her clients include food and biotechnology companies. An expert in assisting people with cardiovascular diseases, Angelone specializes in the clinical management of inflammatory conditions related to non-immunoglobulin E food sensitivities such as irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, fibromyalgia and arthritis. Angelone is a member of several Academy dietetic practice groups, including Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition; Dietitians in Functional Medicine; Dietitians in Business and Communications; Nutrition Entrepreneurs; and Women’s Health. Angelone chaired the nutrition committee of the American Heart Association (San Francisco Division) and was a spokesperson for the organization. She earned undergraduate and master’s degrees from California State University, San Jose.
Lower Heart Disease Risk through Personalized Nutrition
There is much confusion in the media, on the Internet, and even among “health experts,” which makes it hard for the public to decide what dietary guidelines to follow.

In order to provide individualized nutrition recommendations for clients, registered dietitian nutritionist and American Academy of Dietetics spokesperson, Sonya Angelone, likes to have all the information; including results from advanced lipid panels, genetics, etc.

In this segment, Angelone explains her approach to individualized nutritional recommendations.


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