- To sustain with substance necessary for growth, health and good condition -- healthful meals, menu planning, grocery store tours
- To cherish, foster -- achievable goals, lifestyles change, mindful eating habits
- To strengthen -- nutrition knowledge, culinary skills, self-efficacy
We believe that each client is unique. We recognize that wellness is a harmonious union between body, mind and spirit and each must be addressed for a successful outcome.
Our approach to client care is simple: We equip and empower our clients to own their nutritional well-being.
Our goal is to help our clients achieve nutritional fulfillment by blending their individual needs with evidence-based practices.
Jenn Randazzo, RD, LD
Jenn completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Dayton, and graduated with a BS in Education and Allied Health in 2005. She excelled during her dietetic internship at Saint Louis University, and became a graduate assistant while pursuing her MS in Medical Dietetics.
While Jenn has been a practicing dietitian for only a few years, she has already made significant, meaningful contributions to the field and public community. As a graduate student, she currently is involved in multiple research studies which may become published. When not working in academia, her past experience includes working as a community, corporate and clinical dietitian.
Jenn hopes that NOURISH will allow her to establish intimate relationships with her clients, and meet their nutritional needs through meaningful, collaborative interactions. She's excited to work with each of her unique clients to improve their nutritional wellness, and encourage healthful, lasting, lifestyle modifications.
Rabia Rahman, RD, LD
Rabia completed her undergraduate studies from Saint Louis University earning a BS in Psychology as well as Nutrition and Dietetics with a Culinary Emphasis. She received the Missouri Dietetic Association Intern of the Year Award for her outstanding achievement as a dietetic intern at Saint Louis University. While pursuing a MS in Medical Dietetics, Rabia worked as a graduate assistant.
Rabia has made quite an impression in the few years she has been practicing as a dietitian. She is currently a faculty member at Saint Louis University and has translated her love of children into a career working as a pediatric dietitian. She is currently involved in research involving dietary strategies to improve symptoms of autism, and is presently under review for publication. Her past experience includes specializing as a pediatric and clinical dietitian.
Rabia aspires to empower clients to take ownership of their own health and wellness and believes that NOURISH is the perfect platform from which to achieve this goal.