Alexandria Zozos is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and is the founder of the Mediterranean Nutrition School. She is clinically trained with a Masters degree from New York University and completed her Dietetic Internship with Cedar Crest College in three different states to increase her knowledge in various areas of dietetics including:Â insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, fatty liver and autoimmune disorders. She believes nutrition education is the foundation to behavior change and knows that with accountability and SMART goal-setting, a mediterranean way of eating can help her clients improve their clinical outcomes. In addition, a Mediterranean diet can also be applied as preventative medicine for individuals and their families by learning the importance of good nutrition early on. She wants to empower her clients to ask themselves how their diets can improve by what they can ADD to their plan rather than by restricting foods and food groups.Â
She also comes from a large Greek family and has lived the Mediterranean way since a young age. She found a love for cooking while watching her Yiayia cook with traditional Mediterranean ingredients growing up. She's also studied the Mediterranean diet and culture in Italy and has taken many trips abroad to further her knowledge and authenticity in this field. She hopes to show you that good food doesn't have to be sacrificed for health and that food can promote a better quality of life.