Robyn L. Goldberg


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My mission is to help people develop food freedom and food peace. I will help you expand your food selections without judgment.
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Robyn helps her clients learn how to feel confident around food and know what and how much fuel your body needs. She will help you make these decisions without guilt, shame or regret. During your work together she will help you unleash food-related obsessions, calculations and worry. Robyn helps her clients incorporate all types of foods into your life and enjoy using taste, pleasure and satisfaction as main factors in your food selection – while meeting your body’s nutritional needs! The end result is to feel grounded and calm around food. Robyn works on helping her clients feel at home in your body, treat it with love and respect and are able to appropriately sit with and filter any negative body messages you hear from external sources or in your own thoughts.

Robyn evaluates all pertinent laboratory values, joyful movement regimen and food preferences, all on an individual basis.

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The Non-Diet Approach - Monthly Insights...

Eating Fat… Better for you than you thought (February 2019)

How often are you at a restaurant asking for extra sauce, salad dressing or mayonnaise? Or, how often are you asking the server to put all condiments on the side due to preference, fear, or flavor bias?

New research has indicated that adding oil helped to improve the absorption of seven different micronutrients in salad vegetables. These micronutrients include four carotenoids, alpha and beta carotene, lutein, and lycopene, all of which are found in orange and yellow fruits and vegetables such as carrots, yams, apricots, mango, and squash, to name a few. The study also found improved absorption of two forms of vitamin E and vitamin K as well as vitamin A, which formed in the intestine from the alpha and beta carotene…

  • When is Exercise Considered Compulsive? (January 2019)

    Often times, when we hear the word “exercise,” we think of a chore or something that we “have to do.” When I speak about exercise, I like to refer it as “joyful movement” or “intuitive movement” as this feels spontaneous, more relaxed, and, possibly, fun!..
  • What is the Difference between Disordered Eating and an Eating Disorder? (December 2018)

    A common question by many people is: “what is the difference between disordered eating and an eating disorder?” This article written by my colleague Erica Leon, MS, RDN,CDN,CEDRD and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor will discuss the difference between them both.
  • Language and Diabetes (November 2018)

    As a certified eating disorder registered dietitian, and a clinician who embraces Intuitive Eating with all of my clients, you have heard me discuss how the language we use about food and our bodies can be judgmental and stigmatizing…
  • Ways to Embrace Your Body (October 2018)

    Diet Culture is constantly sending out the message that there is something wrong with us and we must change our body if we don’t look a certain way.
  • Shocking News about Vitamin D (September 2018)

    For many years the medical community has offered various recommendations regarding the dosage of Vitamin D for bone health and the prevention of various medical conditions…
  • What is “Healthism”? (August 2018)

    This is a term that you may or may not have heard before. Today, whether it be on social media or advertisements, we are swimming in statements pertaining to “Healthism.”
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Do You

  •  feel GUILTY after eating “forbidden” foods?
  • frequently DEPRIVE yourself of what you’re craving?
  • want to choose food with BALANCE, pleasure and ease?
  • feel UNCERTAIN which foods to eat because you have a medical condition?
Robyn L. Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD can effectively improve the following conditions, using medical nutrition therapy:

Gastrointestinal Disorders:

  • Celiac Disease
  • Crohns Disease
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Short Bowel Syndrome
  • IBS
  • GERD
  • Chronic Constipation
  • Fertility Nutrition
  • Allergies
  • Pregnancy Nutrition
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Obesity
  • Disordered Eating
  • Eating Disorders
  • HIV / AIDS
  • Vegetarianism
  • Sport Nutrition
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Kidney & Liver Malfunctions