Amanda Schmeising

LDN
RD
4.9
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253
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All appointments are virtual
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Specialties
Healthy Aging
Weight Concerns
Women's Health
Prediabetes
Emotional Eating
Type 2 Diabetes
Help losing weight
General Health
Counseling approach
🗣️
Accountability
💛
Relationship with food
Weight-neutral
🧍
Personalized macros
🤩
Enthusiastic
💪🏻
Empowering
🤝
Supportive
Insurance
Anthem
United Healthcare
Anthem
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Anthem
Aetna
Anthem
Aetna
Blue Cross Blue Shield
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United Healthcare
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CO
CT
HI
ID
IN
MA
MI
NH
NJ
NY
OK
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PA
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VT
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WA
WV
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Client age range
18+
13+
WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING
"Amanda was lovely and very relatable. Her approach sounds very aligned with my personal goals."
WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING
"Amanda is super personable, positive, welcoming, and encouraging."
WHAT PATIENTS ARE SAYING
"Amanda is insightful and engages my thinking so I'm actively working towards better habits without forcing them into my specific way of doing things, which wasn't working!"
About
Amanda
Amanda is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), a girl who LOVES pizza and mac and cheese. She is originally from New York and is currently based out of Sarasota, Florida. Amanda has over 10 years of experience in the field of dietetics, focusing on sustainable weight management. She herself has successfully lost 50+ pounds and is passionate about helping individuals manage weight and turn life's never ending to-do list into a healthy, supportive tool; a tool that creates a healthier and more balanced lifestyle for the long-haul—no burn out included.
Approach to care
Amanda believe's that all foods fit into a well-balanced and healthy lifestyle. You deserve to feel confident in your skin and empowered in your food choices so you can feel energized living life to the fullest. Amanda's approach to nutrition & lifestyle intervention is similar to planning a wedding: client-centered & highly individualized. But no stress here- she keeps it very simple because she understands you’ve got enough life you’re juggling already!

What to expect in your first session with Amanda?

Amanda utilizes what she calls The Pizza Pie Analysis, a unique and thorough nutrition assessment that not only includes discussion about your medical history, medications/supplements you're currently taking, and other approaches you’ve tried in the past, but also includes getting to know what in life lights you up! During your first appointment, Amanda will help you identify your root causes, so you can immediately begin your work together and bypass all the guesswork! Because who has time for that?! And together, you will create a list of actionable steps to complete daily to help you meet your health and wellness goals.
More about
Amanda
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Location
📍
,
Florida
Education
BS in Nutrition and Dietetics BA in Psychology, Queens College
Hobbies
pizza, eating, traveling, adventuring, hiking, swimming, beach bumming, puppies, & reading!

When would you like to meet with Amanda?

Initial appointments are 55 mins and done over Zoom.
Monday, Jan 1
Timezone
Pricing depends on your insurance. We’ll ask for your information during the signup process. Most patients are completely covered!

Amanda currently has no openings.

Contact support@usenourish.com to get on this provider's waitlist.

Or, find a similar provider with availability.
LDN
,
RD
,
Healthy Aging
Weight Concerns
Women's Health
Prediabetes
Emotional Eating
Type 2 Diabetes
Help losing weight
General Health
Accountability
Relationship with food
Weight-neutral
Personalized macros
Enthusiastic
Empowering
Supportive
United Healthcare
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Aetna
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Healthy Aging
Weight Concerns
Women's Health