Alexa Schneider MPS, RDN

Marissa Fox RD, MS

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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!  

Alexandra Decker, RD

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Hello! My name is Alexandra (Ali) Decker and I am Registered Dietitian from Long Island New York!  I graduated from Quinnipiac University with a bachelor’s degree in health science, and a minor in biology, and then went on to attend Long Island University’s DPD program!  I completed a year-long dietetic internship at Long Island University as well!  Upon obtaining my RD credential and license, I began doing what I love to do, helping others find a balanced and healthy relationship with food! 

I spent most of my life as a competitive gymnast and went on to become a college athlete at Quinnipiac University for 2 years.  Being a gymnast, I definitely felt a lot of pressure to “look a certain way.”  For anyone, feeling that pressure can be extremely challenging!  During that time, I did not let myself eat what I really wanted to.  Instead, I was restricting my food choices, stressing about what I was eating 24/7, and feeling guilty when I ate something that was deemed “unhealthy.”  It took a while for me to realize I was actually HARMING my body, not helping it!  Ever since I came to that realization, I have been able to enjoy my life without obsessing over every little thing I am eating!  I am extremely passionate about helping others become intuitive with their dietary choices, as I did, while fueling their bodies in a healthy and beneficial way!  I have finally developed a well-balanced and healthy relationship with food, and I want to help you do the same!  

In my free time, you can find me watching Disney movies, taking spin classes/being active, going on a walk with my French bulldog Pearl, or exploring new restaurants, bakeries, etc. with my fiancé!

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Hello! I’m Alexa Schneider MPS, RDN. I graduated from William Paterson University  with my Bachelors of Science in Public Health in 2018.  In 2019, I completed a Nutrition and Healthy Living 6-month certificate program with Cornell University. 
Shortly after, I began my masters and dietetic internship with Penn State University. I completed my dietetic internship with Penn State University and graduated with my MPS of Nutritional Sciences in April of 2022.  During my internship, I worked in a variety of settings within Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas.  These settings allowed me to work with many patients, communities, and individuals from various backgrounds, within the clinical, food service, and community nutrition settings.
My passion for nutrition started at a young age. Many can be consumed by diet-culture, and I, myself have fallen victim to that cycle.  I am here to help individuals break this cycle and embrace food freedom with a mindful approach.  I strive to support others in implementing this mindset into their lives.  When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, traveling to anywhere with a beach, and trying new restaurants with my friends, especially new brunch spots!
My scope of practice includes: Intuitive Eating, Mindful Eating, Eating Disorders, Chronic Dieter, Weight Inclusive (WI), Cardiometabolic Disorders, and, Children and adolescents.