2017 is a year of growth for FEED, including welcoming a new dietitian to the practice! We are excited to welcome Amanda Lemein, MS, RD, LDN as our resident adolescent and adult specialist.
Amanda has been working with Lara over the last three years, but 2017 marks her first full time role with FEED. Prior to obtaining a Master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics and becoming a Registered Dietitian, Amanda worked in media and public relations, including roles at Weber Shandwick and in-house public relations for Four Seasons Hotels. Her passion for nutrition complements her media background as she offers sound, scientifically-based nutrition advice, and helps clients break through the often confusing media messages surrounding nutrition and health. Amanda has both clinical and counseling training, including work with Joy Bauer, the nutrition and health expert for NBC’s TODAY show and Woman’s Day Magazine, specifically working with women at-risk for cardiovascular disease.
Amanda’s nutrition philosophy aligns with FEED’s mission, as she believes eating healthfully includes balance and a realistic approach. Read her full bio below for more information about Amanda and connect with her at email@example.com to learn more about her method for helping clients achieve a healthy lifestyle.
Amanda Baker Lemein, MS, RD, LDN
Amanda is a Registered Dietitian, specializing in women’s health, adolescent nutrition and adult weight management. With a passion for empowering others to take control of their health through nutrition, Amanda believes preventative measures are essential for creating a healthy body and mind.
Before her career in nutrition, Amanda worked as a public relations professional, developing communication skills essential to her role as a dietitian. With an ability to translate scientific studies into relatable and applicable information, Amanda effectively communicates nutrition expertise into a tailored approach for each client.
Amanda works with clients to develop meal plans, strategize healthy eating approaches for busy schedules, and address the challenges to everyday health through support and nutrition expertise. In addition, she approaches nutrition through both a physical and psychological lens, helping clients work through emotional struggles often tied to eating habits.
Amanda received a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University. She completed her Master of Science degree and dietetic internship with the University of Illinois at Chicago, including clinical rotations at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Rush University Medical Center and Advocate Christ Medical Center.