Alexandra Kreitman RD, MS

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My name is Alexandra Kreitman and I have been a Registered Dietitian for approximately three years now! My story begins as a typical overweight kid who was uncomfortable in her own skin, which was made worse by a fellow student who referred to me as “fat” in elementary school. However, it was only when my dad was diagnosed with heart disease and diabetes that my interest in nutrition caught fire. Specifically, I am most interested in intuitive eating, a concept that connects the mind, body, and food. By developing the skills necessary to teach intuitive eating, I came to realize that I, to, had a form of disordered eating throughout high school and college. I utilize those experiences to relate to my clients and promote comfortability each and everyday. Outside of nutrition, I love to experiment with new recipes and exercise routines. I love spending time with my two dogs, River and Rosita, but my passion is all about helping people build overall positive relationships with food.  

Chelsea Pudimott RD

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My name is Chelsea Pudimott and I have been a Registered Dietitian for three years now after completing my dietetic internship at Rutgers University.  I began my journey with Nutrition in high school as I became interested in health and well-being while playing soccer.  I most enjoy helping people build sustainable and realistic lifestyle habits surrounding food in a healthy and enjoyable way! My biggest goal is to help clients make easy and reasonable steps toward better nutrition that will fit their lifestyle.  I love the science and clinical side of nutrition, and I especially love to help children and families form better eating habits within their home! In my free time, I love to go for a good run or spend some time at the beach. I also love finding and tweaking new recipes to promote healthy eating that can also taste great! I look forward to helping you achieve all of your nutrition and wellness goals together as a team!

Jessica Geiger, RD

Testimonials: 

"Nutrition counseling was amazing! Chelsea was so kind, knowledgeable and experienced. She not only listened to me about my digestion issues but also about my feelings and other related health problems. She was super supportive and I never felt pressured to be perfect 100% of the time. Thanks to her help, I know exactly what foods bother me, and for the first time in 17 years I can control my stomach pain. Some nutritionists I’ve contacted in the past worked solely with weight loss, but she works in a hospital and knows all about stomach disorders. I definitely recommend to anyone with IBS or other digestive issues!"

Hi! My name is Jessica Geiger and I have been working in the field as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist going on 3 years. I became interested in nutrition in high school when I was competing in Track & Field. At this time, I began to notice I performed better on the track when I ate a better, more healthful diet. After graduating high school I took classes at Brookdale Community College when I discovered they offered a nutrition course. I signed up and fell in love immediately. From Brookdale I went on to complete my Bachelor of Science Degree at Rutgers University, moved to the Midwest to complete my Dietetic Internship at the Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis, moved back home to New Jersey to then pass the CDR national registration exam to finally start my career as an RDN. I have worked in a subacute rehab/ long term care facility and most recently joined the Nutrition Specialists of NJ team. Hand in hand with my passion for nutrition is my love for good food. I enjoy traveling and trying all the new local cuisine/ fare there is to offer. In my spare time I like to keep active, I am well versed in all things Beachbody, CrossFit and, most recently, Orange Theory.  My goal in life is to leave a lasting, positive impact on all the lives I come in contact with. For me I can do this each day through helping people build healthy relationships with food, improve their overall health and combat chronic disease with nutrition. I hope together we can each impact each other’s lives for the better.

Marissa Fox RD, MS

My name is Marissa Fox and I have been practicing as a clinical dietitian for over a year now. I completed my undergraduate degree at Penn State University followed by my dietetic internship and Master’s degree program at the College of Saint Elizabeth. Growing up as a competitive athlete, my interest in nutrition sparked at a young age to help improve my sports performance. However, while studying nutrition in college, I became passionate about the role of nutrition in preventing and managing chronic disease. My goal for clients is to develop healthy, sustainable eating habits to prevent or manage common chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. I also enjoy teaching intuitive eating to help clients restore a healthy relationship with food and improve body image. There is no one-size-fits all “diet”. - Together, we can develop a personal nutrition plan that works best for your individual lifestyle and goals!