Sara Monk-Rivera, RD

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Sara Monk-Rivera, RD is a registered dietitian, wife, mother to two small children, and author whose calling in life is to help her client's live healthy, fulfilling lives through proper nutrition and positive lifestyle modifications. Sara received her Bachelors of Science from Montclair State University in Nutrition and Dietetics and completed her Dietetic Internship thorough the University of Houston where she completed rotations at Hackensack University Medical Center, St. Joseph's pediatric outpatient clinic, a school food service setting, and a private practice with a Naturopath practitioner. Sara is the author of The Gestational Diabetes Cookbook and co-author of Dash Diet for Renal Health. Sara has a holistic approach to nutrition where she believes the Standard American Diet is contributing to Americans poor health and that we all need to be eating more real and whole foods. Sara founded Whole Nutrition Center to help you find freedom from chronic health conditions and harmful fad dieting by developing tailored nutrition plans to meet your individual needs and counseling focused on behavior modifications. Sara has worked with hundreds of clients and provides them with realistic solutions and nutrition plans consisting of real, whole foods- the way nature intended to feed us! She specializes in weight loss, disease prevention and wellness, bariatric surgery nutrition, and pregnancy and postpartum. She sees patients with various medical conditions including diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and digestive issues. Sara believes in the power of mindful eating and that healthy relationships with food can truly allow you to transform your lifestyle and wellbeing.  

Enzo Rivera, MPH, CHES

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Enzo Rivera, MPH, CHES has a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics and a Masters of Public Health with a community health education concentration from Montclair State University. He believes that real, whole nutrition plays a key factor in staying healthy and preventing disease. Enzo co-founded Whole Nutrition Center to help people achieve the healthiest version of themselves, while taking into consideration that there are many factors that can impact our health including the environment, economic stability, education, healthcare, etc. Enzo is the Chief Nutritionist at the City of Passaic's Women, Infant and Children's program (WIC). He specializes in pediatric, pregnant, and postpartum nutrition counseling. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, trying new recipes, and exercising.    

Jessica Dominguez, MPH, RD

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Jessica Dominguez, MPH, RD is a registered dietitian who earned her Bachelors of Science in Foods and Nutrition from the College of Saint Elizabeth then received a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Health Administration from Monroe College. She completed the Sodexo Dietetic Internship at Baptist Hospital with a concentration in Critical Care/Medical Nutrition Therapy. Jessica has experience working with individuals with different health conditions including but not limited to diabetes, renal disease, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, eating disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, and cancer. She also has experience in bariatric surgery nutrition, weight loss, pediatric, prenatal, and postpartum. Jessica believes in a “proactive” rather than “reactive” approach in healthcare, emphasizing the importance of proper nutrition for disease prevention and progression. Her goal is to educate individuals on nutrition and health so that they are able to utilize this newly found knowledge to live healthier lives. Jessica is bilingual, fluent in English and Spanish. 

Liz Sasso-Karelitsky, MS, RDN

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Sunny Ravesh, MS, RD

Liz Sasso-Karelitsky, MS, RDN is a registered dietitian passionate about helping people reach their individualized nutrition goals. She received her Master's of Science from Montclair State University, and completed her dietetic internship at Iowa State University. Her internship included food service rotations at a public high school, working for WIC, working with a child and family dietitian, and completing clinical rotations at Robert Wood Johnson hospital in Somerset, NJ.Liz has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and believes in the powerful relationship between mind and body. From her own past experiences of dieting, Liz knows what it is like to obsess about calories and carbs. However, through studying the science, she has realized that restrictive diets do not work. Instead, Liz believes in cultivating a healthy relationship with food. This includes utilizing a balanced and evidence-based approach to help clients make sustainable changes.Liz has a love of food and cooking and believes that a healthy lifestyle does not have to be a sacrifice. An active food blogger, she is passionate about sharing healthy recipes and nutrition tips. Liz believes that working with a dietitian should be an empowering and supportive process. She has worked as a dietitian serving clinics throughout Northern New Jersey helping patients with a variety of needs.When not working, Liz enjoys spending time outside and traveling with her family.

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Sunny Ravesh obtained her bachelor degree in "Biology'' from Iran and continued her graduate degree in the field of “Nutrition and Food Science” in a combined program with “Dietetics” at Montclair State University. Sunny got accepted into an intensive internship program in 2016 through Iowa State University focusing on “Technology in health promotion”. Ever since, she has been working as a clinical dietitian in Skilled Nursing Inpatient Facilities and Long Term Care Facilities and also as a Nutritionist for several companies. She strongly believes that when it comes to nutrition there’s no one size fits all. Therefore, she is dedicating her time and effort to customize clients nutrition interventions and plans based on their individual needs and preference. 

Julianne Y Chlodnicki, RDN

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Julianne received a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics and completed a Dietetic Internship from Montclair State University. Her passion and focus are on educating people about living healthy through nutrition, lifestyle and awareness. Julianne believes that food is medicine and that good health starts with knowledge and the consumption of high nutrient dense foods. She provides evidence-based resources and consultations with considerable passion and enthusiasm. Julianne serves as an advocate to help empower people to become active and mindful participants in their own health care and lifestyle. Julianne has 18 years of clinical experience and specializes in nutrition for patients undergoing treatment for cancer, gastrointestinal disorders, weight management, heart disease, hypertension, hypotension, high cholesterol, disease prevention, strengthening/balancing the immune system, auto-immune diseases, decreasing inflammation and maintaining health through diet for all ages. In her spare time she likes to do yoga,  garden, cook and sing.