Marlo Mittler. MS, RD, is a former writer for Verywell Fit covering pediatric, adolescent, and family nutrition. She is a registered dietitian in practice for over 18 years and has extensive experience with clients who have food allergies. Her practice specializes in pediatric, adolescent, and family nutrition, and has worked with all ages in helping to meet their nutritional needs. In addition to private clients, she has worked as the nutrition expert at schools and camps around the country to work with meeting food allergy needs for students and campers alike.
Marlo is currently an Adolescent Medicine Dietitian at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Cohen Children’s Medical Center, as well as the Head Dietitian at the Outpatient Day Program for Adolescents with Eating Disorders.
Her company, Nutrition By Marlo, works with camps to create and revise menus at camps to provide healthy kid-friendly meals. Additionally, she works with these camps to provide options for those with food allergies, teaches food/cooking safety and to secure new foods to meet their needs while at camp. She has also served as a nutrition expert in the national media on television, in radio, magazines, and online publications such as Health & Fitness, Newsday, Long Island’s Parents & Children Magazine, and Cookie Magazine.
Marlo has a Masters of Science form C.W. Post/Long Island University and her bachelor's degree from SUNY Binghamton in New York.
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