OUR CLINICAL LEADERSHIP
Nicole Anziani, MS, RD, CDN, CDCES, HHC, CPT
Nicole Anziani is a bilingual Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and Certified Personal Trainer. She has worked in the field of dietetics and diabetes self-management for over 15 years. Nicole specializes in cardiovascular wellness and weight management related to endocrine dysfunction, including diabetes, insulin resistance, PCOS, changes associated with menopause and hormonal imbalance, and thyroid disease.
She enjoys creating programming to optimize the health of members living with chronic conditions and developing positive and collaborative relationships with clients, customers, and teammates alike. She is the author of The Health Professional’s Guide to Nutrition Management of Thyroid Disease; the first peer-reviewed, American Thyroid Association physician-reviewed, and evidence-based practice guidebook to instruct dietitians and allied healthcare professionals on medical nutrition therapy for thyroid disease, published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2020.
"In all the programming I’ve worked to create and support at Cecelia Health, in every patient interaction, and in every clinical team interaction – the goal is always this: provide cutting edge tools and compassionate care to empower members with information and resources they need to achieve their best possible health outcomes."
“I am passionate about promoting optimal health and wellness for all people. There are so many barriers to care, leaving individuals struggling to find their way in a complex medical system, and the recipe for health is seemingly out of reach.”
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Featured Media & Articles
- Health Professional’s Guide to Nutrition Management of Thyroid Disease
- The SMART Way to Lose Weight from Super Kids Nutrition
- The Worst Foods for People with Diabetes (Even Ones That Seem Healthy) from Healthy Gem
- 50 Worst Foods for Diabetes from Eat This, Not That!
- Cecelia Health Launches Spanish-Language Diabetes Resource Portal press release