Barbara Casaceli RDN, LDN

Specialties: Increasing physical activity, pediatric nutrition, adult weight management, USAT level 1 triathlon coach About Me: It wasn’t until after my three children were born that I became interested in nutrition. Growing up I was always healthy and active, but it took realizing that I was responsible for the health and wellness of three little ones to inspire me to go back to school and get a degree. I enjoyed nutrition from my first class, and after a few years working in the field, I still love it! I love that Nutrition and our health are not stationary parts of our lives, but that they are developing just as my children have grown and developed. Having the chance to pass on my passion and being able to make an impact on someone’s health and well-being is such a great gift. I guide each individual towards strategies that can help them attain their personal goals. I hold them accountable for their actions, and expect them to be honest with themselves as well as with me. But at the end of the day, I am their biggest champion and supporter. I enjoy the challenge of untangling people’s eating histories to make a personalized plan. I love providing the support people need to realize and achieve their potential. Fun Fact: I am the eleventh out of twelve children. Inspirational Quote: “It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get back up.” – Vince Lombardi

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Why You Should Incorporate Swimming Into Your Fitness Routine

Posted by Barbara Casaceli RDN, LDN on Apr 6, 2018 8:41:49 AM

National guidelines for a healthy heart suggest getting at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity each week.  Swimming is a great way to incorporate both strength building and aerobic activity into your fitness routine while going easy on the joints.  April is adult learn to swim month, and a great time to learn about the benefits of swimming and how to get started.

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Topics: Health and Wellness