For more than 10 years, Roseann Berlenbach has been counseling individuals and families on how to eat well to stay well, and how to use dietary therapy to regain health in the wake of health issues.
Roseann began her career as an optician and received her BA in Business from SUNY Old Westbury. During that time, she began informally studying how diet has a direct effect on health and well-being and started applying these principles to improve her own health. Roseann later made a career change and enrolled at the University of Bridgeport, where she went on to receive her MSc in Nutrition in 2003. In 2013, she became a Certified GAPS Practitioner.
Roseann firmly believes that a quality nutrition plan is one where delicious food and flavor are never compromised. In addition to preparing healthy, home-cooked meals for her family, which includes three children, Roseann consulted on food preparation at a local health food store and for the catering businesses. She teaches cooking classes that incorporate traditional healing foods along with healthy and nutritious recipes passed down through her family. As with her private sessions, all classes are catered to fit her clients’ dietary needs.