Consumers have a right to know and this right extends to affiliations between health professionals and other organizations. Dietitians have a Code of Ethics for their profession. Alexia follows this Code of Ethics. She values her reputation and believes in transparency. This is why she has chosen to fully disclose any potential or apparent conflicts of interest on this page.
Alexia’s opinions are based on her professional judgement, a review of the scientific evidence, and what she has seen firsthand in her experience working with clients. She chooses to associate herself only with organizations and products that she believes in. This means that they either:
(1) Can be included as part of a diet that is beneficial for heart health
(2) Promote evidence-based nutrition (based on research, not testimonials or endorsements)
(3) Are products that she uses or are causes that she supports
Affiliations and Disclosures
Alexia has become a member of the Kind Nutrition Collective which means she gets shipments of Kind Snacks goodies and coupons to share with her clients in exchange for participation in surveys for Kind Snacks.
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Alexia has been a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 2010. She is also a member of the state-level Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the local district-level First Coast Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly Jacksonville Dietetic Association. Alexia has been active with the Jacksonville Dietetic Association holding roles as President (2012-2013) and Publications Committee Chairperson (2009-2010 and 2011-2012) and was awarded the Outstanding Dietitian of the Year award for 2012. She will be the Consumer Protection Coordinator for the Florida Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics for the 2014-2015 year.
RDs for Disclosure
Alexia has taken the pledge with RDs for Disclosure, “a peer-enacted community of registered dietitians expressing their commitment for full disclosure in all forms of media and online communications.” You can review the pledge by clicking on the picture below.
Nutrition Blog Network
Alexia is proud to be a member of the Nutrition Blog Network. This is a network of blogs written by dietitians. There is no compensation or required topics. The Network provides publicity for blogs written by registered dietitians.
2017. HelloFresh is a meal delivery service. HelloFresh provided a delivery box to Alexia every quarter in exchange for blog postings reviewing the meals. Alexia supports these types of meal delivery services as they provide a simple way to get a hot dinner on the table. This affiliation is no longer active.
2009 – 2014. Alexia has past affiliations as a Third Party Speaker/Advocate for the Florida Dairy Farmers (2010-2014) and as a work-for-hire employee with Cabot Creamery Cooperative (2009-2014). Neither company previously had or currently has any editorial control over Alexia’s professional opinion and judgment. All statements made by Alexia will be in accordance with the current body of evidence regarding dairy foods and their effects on health as well as sustainable farming and agriculture practices.