About renata shiloah
Renata Shiloah MS RD CDN RYT was born in the Czech Republic in the city of Prague. She came to
the United States with her parents and brother at the young age of four. Renata is currently an
accomplished and a compassionate registered dietitian and health educator with over 20 years
of experience. She specializes in medical nutrition therapy and program development. Renata is
currently the director of nutrition and wellness services at Nutritionist4u Counseling, P.C. and
Betances Health Center. She also serves as an adjunct professor in the health sciences
department at CUNY Lehman College in the health sciences department. She is also a Yoga
Alliance registered yoga teacher, who specializes in easy flow yoga.
Renata graduated from CUNY Queens College with a degree in Family, Nutrition, and Exercise Science. She went on to do her Master of Science at Stony Brook University Medical Center in Health
Care Policy and Management with a concentration in nutrition. Due to her passion for learning
and interest in functional medicine Renata will acquire her Doctor of Clinical and Nutrition from
the Maryland University of Integrative Health in May 2021.
Along her twenty-year career path, she has also been involved in the media. Her publications
include but are not limited to Teen Vogue, Prevention, SHAPE, and Fitness Magazine.
Appearances include Good Morning America, Fox 5 and UPN Channel 9 News, and nutrition
spokesperson for channel 12 news the Bronx. Renata’s most recent publication focused on
reversal of risk for Metabolic using an integrative treatment approach may be viewed at SSRN
Elsevier Publication Journals.
On a more personal note, Renata enjoys spending time with her husband, five children, and dog
named Honey. On her free time, she enjoys yoga, meditation, swimming, and bike riding.
Please check out her Nutritionally Speaking with Renata Shiloah MS RD CDN RYT as well as
her 2 Ladies and a Yoga Mat Facebook groups.
ADA (American Dietetic Association)
LIDA (Long Island Dietetic Association)
GNYDA (Greater New York Dietetic Association) Serve as Reimbursement Chair
Phi Upsilon Omicron (National Nutrition Honor Society)