Carla's Family Nutrition & Wellness
Carla Coriaty-Hullais a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a New York State Licensed Board Certified Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in complex dietary interventions. She worked as a dietitian at Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, NY for 7 years before working with PATH Family Center from 2009-2014. She began her private practice in Staten Island April 2014. She continues to treat adults and children with special needs, GI disorders, Downs Syndrome, Food Allergies, Autism, ADHD, Autoimmune Disorders, obesity, underweight, infertility and more. She began her private practice to bring her nutrition expertise to all patients who want a more integrative and holistic approach to nutritional treatments. Carla completed her dietetic internship at New York University Graduate School after graduating from NYU in 2001. She especially enjoys speaking at schools and lecturing at professional conferences to bring nutrition education and wellness to every stage of life. Carla is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as The National Association for Nutrition Professionals. She has mentored nutrition students in their dietetic internships for the past 18 years. Carla continues to attend professional conferences as well as speak at conferences to apply safe and effective cutting edge nutrition treatments to disorders once thought to be untreatable. She brings her experience with complex clinical nutrition interventions to her community to prevent diseases and support families on their path to healthy lifestyle changes. In her free time she enjoys doing CrossFit and practicing Jiu jitsu and Muay Thai with her family.
Andrea D'Oria Cameron started her career as a registered dietitian more than 17 years ago. She has helped a wide range of clients from pediatrics to geriatrics. Andrea believes in the medicinal value of food and focuses her efforts on the inclusion verse the exclusion of foods. Although changing ones eating habits can be challenging, she believes dietary changes should not cause stress or feelings of deprivation. Her goal instead is to help clients adjust their diet leading to an improvement in mood and overall well-being.
Andrea has a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She worked at SUNY Downstate Medical Center and GMHC before relocating to Seattle Washington. It was there she began to specialize in weight management working as a research dietitian for Fred Hutchinson’s Cancer Research Center. After returning to New York Andrea obtained a position as a bariatric nutritionist for NYU Lutheran medical center. She has her Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management and is a New York State Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist. She can effectively tailor nutrition programs in the areas of weight management, sports nutrition, cardiovascular health, digestive health, immune health and diabetes. She looks forward to helping you improve your quality of life, overall well-being and meet your goals. Andrea also offers private counseling, workshops, employee seminars and support groups.
Maryann DeSalvo: Maryann's life drastically changed almost thirty years ago when she was diagnosed with insulin dependent diabetes. Instead of looking at the diagnosis as a hindrance, she began to study the effects that different foods have on diabetes management. Her desire for understanding the role that nutrition has on diabetes led her to become a registered dietitian/nutritionist. Maryann has both personal and clinical experience in diabetes management. She is aware of the different factors that affect blood sugar including nutrition, exercise, activity and stress. Maryann has successfully provided nutritional education and counseling to diabetics for many years. She knows first hand how difficult and frustrating it can be to manage diabetes. She teaches newly diagnosed patients that despite the challenges they may face, they are not alone. She encourages them to aim for good glucose control. Maryann also has over twenty years experience working in long term care and rehabilitation settings. She is very knowledgeable in the nutritional needs of the elderly and the obstacles that they sometimes face in achieving proper nutrition.