Welcome to Diets by Karen

Karen is a Registered Dietitian, having received a Master’s Degree and Bachelor of Science Degree from New York University in Nutrition and Food Studies with a minor in Business. She then completed her dietetic internship in affiliation with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where she gained extensive experience in both clinical and community nutrition. In addition, she also completed rotations at NYU’s Pediatric Dental Clinic and at Ogilvy, a PR firm in NYC. In the past, Karen worked for Tanya Zuckerbrot, Founder of the F-Factor Diet, as well as the Clinton Foundation working to help fight childhood obesity. She also worked as a trainer for Equinox gym.

Currently, Karen is the resident dietitian at New York Medical Associates and provides medical nutrition therapy and nutrition counseling services to patients with a wide variety of health conditions and issues. In addition, Karen sees patients privately at her office in Brooklyn or at her patient’s offices for their convenience. Karen is also the lead dietitian at The Sephardic Academy of Manhattan, a preschool on Manhattan’s Upper East Side where she supervises meal plans for over 100 toddlers, ages 2-5. Karen also lectures on a regular basis to people of all ages and in a variety of settings regarding the benefits of healthy eating and nutrition. Karen also writes healthy recipes for FeedYourSister.com and SkinnyandtheCity.com.


Meet karen

Karen is passionate about healthy food that tastes good! She does not believe in diets, rather she believes in living a healthy lifestyle and making small adjustments that you can live with lifelong. She believes that healthy eating should be part of one's daily life and not a short term diet plan. Karen strives for nutritional education for all ages.

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Featured Recipe

Did you know that black rice (like brown rice) is a whole grain and is high in iron and fiber? Black rice also contains great...

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Featured Media Article

A trip to the supermarket can be a tricky feat. With over 60,000 products to choose form, to say "tricky" may even be an understatement. Check out my top 5 tips to understand how your supermarket is organized and get on track to eating and living healthy.

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