About Lotta Andonian, MS

Lotta Andonian, MS

Proper nutrition is the foundation for a healthy lifestyle, incorporating joyful movement, stress management, adequate sleep, social engagement, a sense of purpose, and self- expression. Nutrition played an influential role in my own recovery from mental health challenges and disordered eating, which inspired me to become a Registered Dietitian to support others in their own journey. My experience also highlighted the significant impact of one-on-one counseling on supporting long-lasting behavior change. I work with clients to cultivate a healthy relationship with food and body and discover how nutrition can support mental and physical health. My goal is to help clients develop self-confidence in their ability to sustain health-promoting behaviors that work within their budget, time constraints, ability, and preferences. Whether you identify as being in recovery, are seeking nutrition counseling related to a medical diagnosis, or simply looking for guidance on nutrition to support your overall well-being, I can help with personalized counseling to help with your individual goals.

I graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Nutrition, Healthspan, and Longevity and completed over 1000 hours of supervised practice in the areas of clinical nutrition, sports nutrition, culinary medicine, and corporate wellness. I work as a nutrition educator and counselor at treatment centers in Southern California, where I help adolescents and adults develop practical skills around cooking and food shopping while encouraging mindfulness practices and self-compassion. I am currently receiving additional training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. In my free time, I enjoy yoga, boxing, cooking, going to concerts, and exploring the diverse culinary offerings of Los Angeles.

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