Elle Wittneben, RD
Elle is an experienced, dedicated, and passionate Registered Dietitian at Form Health. She specializes in all things nutrition and works hard to connect with her patients in order to cater to their needs in the most realistic and personalized way. Elle is known by her clients to be “professional, knowledgeable, relatable, kind, and friendly.” She even has her own website and Instagram dedicated to cooking and recipes to eat healthy! Elle graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Wellness from Bradley University and her Certificate in the Didactic Program of Dietetics at Simmons University. Elle is now in the process of completing her Master of Science in Dietetics at Texas Tech University. Elle is originally from Chicago, and now lives outside of Boston with her husband and 2 cats. Other than nutrition, Elle is passionate about animals, sustainability, and being near the ocean.
More about Elle
What is one thing you would want patients to know about you?
I believe in nutrition care that is personal and individualized. I have an empathic counseling style that does not involve generic instruction, because everyone’s journey is different. I fight against weight-bias and ensure to provide a welcoming, non-judgmental environment.
How do you go about making your treatment plans for Form Health patients?
I like to get to know patients by asking (many) questions and intently listening to replies. I consider your strengths and struggles to tailor treatment recommendations to your lifestyle and help increase your chance of success.
Why do you love working with Form Health patients?
I love that we meet more frequently compared to an in-office setting, and that we can easily communicate between appointments. I’ve enjoyed meeting every patient and I look forward to meeting more in the future!
- Weight management
- Nutrition therapy and counseling
- Creating wellness programs
- Cooking demonstrations and healthy eating
- Undergraduate: Bradley University
- Postgraduate: Texas Tech University
- Internship: Wellness Workdays Distance Dietetic Internship Program
- Board Certified Specialist in Obesity & Weight Management 2019
- Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management 2018
- Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (Massachusetts) 2017
- Registered Dietitian 2016
- Wein, D. & Wittneben, E. (2012). Evolution of Olympic diets and modern recommendations. National Strength and Conditioning Association Journal, 11(5), 19-21.
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