Dietitian Bio

Welcome! My name is Marisa Michael.

I love food. You probably do too!Ā I love learning to balance good nutrition with enjoyment of food.Ā I’ve been a registered dietitian nutritionist for 20 years, helping people achieve health through nutrition.

I help athletes optimize nutrition for sports performance, from recreational to elite.Ā I have a passion for fitness and wellness. I’ve completed numerous triathlons, ranging from sprint to half-iron distance. All this experience and education means I can help YOU optimize nutrition for training, competing, and health.

I hold the International Olympic Committee’s Diploma in Sports Nutrition, which is a prestigious certification program. This means you will get only the best advice for your specific training needs.

I am aĀ registeredĀ dietitianĀ serving the Portland area. I’m also licensed in several states.

 

Education/Certifications:

Master of Science in Sports Nutrition from the University of Stirling in Scotland. Research: Assessment of eating patterns and risk for disordered eating in adolescent rock climbers.

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Brigham Young University.

Diploma in Sports Nutrition, International Olympic Committee

Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD)

Spinning Instructor, Mad Dogg Athletics

Keiser Indoor Cycling Instructor, Keiser M3 Certification

Queenax Bodyweight Suspension Training

Certified Personal Trainer (2011-2022)

Certified Group Exercise Instructor (2010-2022)

Integrated Chronic Care Management, Penta Health

Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management, Commission on Dietetic Registration

Certificate of Training in Nutrition Counseling,Ā Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Professional Organization Memberships

USA Climbing Medical Committee

Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitian Association

International Rock Climbing Research Association

Professionals in Exercise and Sport

 

 

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