About

Gabriella Vetere is the blog author and registered dietitian for New-U-Trition. Her approach to nutrition counseling is based on making lifestyle changes and wants to help all of you struggling with nutrition and health issues find the “New-U” or teach something new to all those already living a healthy lifestyle. Theres always room for growth, right?

She graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Science (Applied Dietetics) and went onto get her certificate of dietetic internship from Oregon Health and Science University. Gabriella has experience working in the hospital setting as a dietary aide and intern and has experience in product development with currently consulting and working with a start-up company in the Bay Area. She also has experience in diabetes counseling, weight loss counseling, cooking class instruction, and recipe making. Currently, Gabriella is also the “Ask the Nutritionist”/Blog Author on petitevillage.com, a social networking site catered to women, mothers, and children.

Gabriella would love to help you find the “New-U” and at the cost that is right for you. All services will be made based on your needs and priced to your needs. Contact Gabriella directly for an appointment and price. 

Services include:

Phone/Home nutrition counseling

Pantry makeovers

Cooking instruction and group classes, cooking class parties for friends

Grocery store tours

Personalized weekly menus for busy moms/professionals

Corporate wellness presentations

Also: Gabriella is a dietitian for RDdetox which is a 21-day detox program that helps you jump start your weight loss process and helps you identify any intolerances or allergies you have. 

You can contact Gabriella by phone: (408) 921-4774 or by email: gabriellaV23@gmail.com

In her spare time, Gabriella loves to run, spin, hike, cook, bake, go to the farmers market, listen to music, and have fun with her twin sister, seen below. (PS: Gabriella drinks responsibly and believes it can be part of a healthy diet in small amounts, and moderation)

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