Limore Kurtz Dooley,
MA RDN CPT CYI
Founder and CEO
I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Nutrition from California Polytechnic
State University. I earned my Master’s degree in Food and Nutrition from Ball State in
Indiana, where I completed an intensive Dietetic Internship. My clinical experience
includes managing medical nutrition therapy and food service for Aramark and Sodexo, the
global leaders in healthcare contract management. In that role, I prescribed and monitored therapeutic diets, including tube-feeds and intravenous feeds for the critically ill. I have worked extensively with children, adolescents and adults in schools, hospitals and wellness centers where I conducted cooking demonstrations, and provided group and individual counseling on healthy eating, physical activity and diet related disease-state management. I have spent considerable time in Australia and Israel learning multi-cultural food patterns and am well-versed in kosher dietary law. I was the lead dietitian and health educator at Healthy Weight Medical Solutions within NYU Langone Medical Center and now run a private practice. My areas of expertise include nutrition for cancer treatment and prevention, diabetic diet education, nutrition therapy for digestive disorders and weight management. Within this capacity, I have been providing counseling to clients with a wide range of ailments, striving to cultivate well-being and mindful eating by integrating my understanding of biochemistry and nutritional science with human behavior and holistic healing modalities. I am an active member of the American Dietetic Association and reside in Manhattan’s Central Harlem community, where you can often find me hiking in the North Woods of Central Park.
Arielle “Brea” Lofton is from Dallas, Texas and relocated to NYC to assist in nutritionally improving the lives of at-risk populations one day at a time. She studied Nutrition & Dietetics at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, graduating Cum Laude, and returned to the Dallas area to complete her Masters in Nutrition & Foods from Texas Women’s University in Denton, Texas. Upon receiving her Dietetic certification and evolving from a nutritionist to a Registered Dietitian, she continued to worked in a variety of aspects of the field, from playing an integral role in community wellness initiatives, to completing nutrition seminars for corporate entities and non-profit organizations. Always holding a passion for education and health development for various groups of people, she has worked throughout the years doing nutrition consultations and educational sessions, cooking demonstrations, youth-related
outreach events related to increased physical activity and balanced-diet consumption, and wellness fairs. In her free time, she enjoys doing Pilates or yoga, trying out a new vegetarian recipe, or doing karaoke with friends!