About Maral Safarians MS RDN

Nutrition in Recovery Mission Statement:

Nutrition in Recovery is dedicated to the promotion of both physical and nutritional wellness as primary components of all forms of “recovery.” By incorporating a highly specialized Registered Dietitian Nutritionist as a member of your support team, Nutrition in Recovery aims to bridge the gap between nutrition and mental health. Through informing and encouraging behavior change with respect to food, Nutrition in Recovery will help contribute to positive long-term outcomes. We work with people not “in recovery” and always aim to meet people where they are at.

About Nutrition in Recovery Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Maral Safarians MS RDN

Maral Safarians, MS RDN

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and self-described “non-diet dietitian.” She received her Master’s in Nutritional Science from California State University, Los Angeles and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Combining her passion for nutrition and education, Maral has developed and conducted interactive groups in a wide range of treatment settings. She loves helping people sort through myths and misinformation. She has a passion for working one-on-one with people who are making important transitions in their lives.

Maral has years of experience counseling clients with eating disorders, or who would like to create a more sustainable relationship with food. Maral is also an expert in women’s health, including prenatal and postpartum nutrition.

When Maral is not working, she loves spending time with her family and yes, she loves making delicious food at home. She also enjoys photography and creating recipes, two hobbies she combined by creating a blog and sharing an example of a healthy, non-restrictive diet. Follow her on Instagram @thehappynourished

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