Tatiana is originally from Moldova and moved to the United States to get the best education possible in nutrition and dietetics. She completed her dietetic internship credentials in 2018 and is now studying for her PhD in nutritional biology. Her dissertation focuses on the gut microbiome and Mediterranean diet, evidencing the significance of prevention and nutritional interventions for lifestyle diseases. Tatiana is a co-chair of Community Outreach in Northern California, emphasizing the need to promote dietitians as nutrition experts in the community, give back, and be more than an “influence” on social media. Her vision is prevention of misinformation to the public, and as members of health care teams. She will be the only registered Dietitian representative at a competitive workshop on science communication (Com Sci Con) coming up in Los Angeles, CA. What are some country health issues impacted by nutrition? The majority of causes of death in Moldova are related to lifestyle diseases, as demonstrated by the World Health Organization statistics. What nutrition trends have you seen in Moldova? Supplements and sponsors are well funded, thus advertised and consumed often. The public both needs and wants to have individualized nutrition recommendations. Nutrition information is outdated, especially with financial barriers […]

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