Nicole Cruz, MS, RDN

Dietitian
San Fernando Valley

I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who has been treating eating disorders for ten years. I struggled with my own relationship to food in the past and through that journey of healing, discovered that I want to help others live a more peaceful life with food. I have worked in inpatient settings, PHP, and IOP, and currently have an out patient private practice in Agoura Hills.

As a dietitian I have a strong foundation in nutrition and understand the way food impacts our bodies. While I believe that the foods we choose can nourish our bodies and impact our health, I also believe that our relationship with food is just as critical.

Food has always been a part of our culture, and it should remain a part of joyous celebrations, bonding, and grieving. It brings people together. When food’s social and emotional role is gone, nutrition itself is affected.

My goal is to help clients sort through their ideas about food that are often passed down through family, friends, and society as a whole in order to make conscious choices about their own relationship with food. I work in conjunction with therapists and physicians to create a supportive team and treat the entire individual.

While I love my work, I also enjoy camping, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family!

Address:
28328 Agoura Rd.
Agoura Hills, CA 91301

Phone: 805-341-9044

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Accepted Insurance: I don't bill insurance

I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who has been treating eating disorders for ten years. I struggled with my own relationship to food in the past and through that journey of healing, discovered that I want to help others live a more peaceful life with food. I have worked in inpatient settings, PHP, and IOP, and currently have an out patient private practice in Agoura Hills.

As a dietitian I have a strong foundation in nutrition and understand the way food impacts our bodies. While I believe that the foods we choose can nourish our bodies and impact our health, I also believe that our relationship with food is just as critical.

Food has always been a part of our culture, and it should remain a part of joyous celebrations, bonding, and grieving. It brings people together. When food’s social and emotional role is gone, nutrition itself is affected.

My goal is to help clients sort through their ideas about food that are often passed down through family, friends, and society as a whole in order to make conscious choices about their own relationship with food. I work in conjunction with therapists and physicians to create a supportive team and treat the entire individual.

While I love my work, I also enjoy camping, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family!