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Are You Confused on What to Eat?

Are conflicting diet and nutrition messages confusing you? Prabha became a Registered Dietitian to learn the facts and make nutrition more approachable for YOU! Learn more about Prabha below and see what she can offer you.


Prabha's Story

Why did she choose dietetics?

Prabha was born in India and adopted by a loving family in Michigan. While she transitioned well into her new family, the American diet was a different challenge. She developed multiple food sensitivities followed with a lack of nutrition counseling. 
Food was no longer something she looked forward to, but a chore—an injustice she wanted to correct for other people.

Prabha embarked on her journey into dietetics at Oregon State University while concurrently lending her expertise to the community. Her initiatives included pioneering a nutrition-centered wellness program for the Corvallis Police Department and educating children through nutrition and culinary classes. She also took charge of food safety training at her college's dining hall and orchestrated wellness endeavors within her sorority to champion mental health.

Post-graduation, Prabha seized an internship opportunity at California State University, where she skillfully advocated for wellness across diverse populations throughout the Greater Sacramento Area. Following the attainment of her credentials as a Registered Dietitian, she continued her mission in California, enhancing nutrition counseling and education. Her career path led her through various sectors including Bariatrics, skilled nursing, and family medicine, ultimately landing her in outpatient care at telemedicine companies Vida and Nourish upon her relocation to Hawaii.

Leveraging telehealth and videography, Prabha now extends her reach to a broader audience, offering virtual counseling and crafting educational videos. Through this innovative approach, she addresses healthcare illiteracy, provides personalized nutrition services at the convenience of her patients, and fosters a more accessible understanding of nutrition.

Prabha's Services

Making Nutrition Approachable

Prabha tastefully promotes wellness and prevents illness. By giving people the know-how to build a healthy relationship with food and overcome barriers, she maximizes people's nutritional status. 

Discover the array of services below designed to elevate your health and help you feel better than ever before.

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Nutrition Counseling

Unlock the power of personalized nutrition with 1:1 counseling. Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all approaches—book a dietitian for tailored guidance. From nutrition education to meal planning and behavior change counseling, achieve your health goals with expert support and accountability. Your unique journey starts here.

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Group Nutrition Education

Elevate your organization or community's well-being with group nutrition education led by a dedicated dietitian. Instill confidence in health by establishing easy habits today—prevention is not only effective but also significantly more cost-efficient than dealing with illness later on. Book a dietitian now and invest in a healthier, more resilient future for your group.

Prabha in the Media

Get the Inside Scoop

Prabha strives to improve the health of her community.  Check out Prabha's projects, community involvement, and what the community says about her.

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Prabha's Wellness Program for the Corvallis Police Department

October 19, 2018

The schedules of a police worker and college student are surprisingly similar. They’re often tired, stressed and constantly on the move. Oregon State dietetics students marinated in this similarity as they created a pilot nutrition program for the Corvallis Police Department (CPD).


Public Charge Event

October 4, 2019

Attended Senator Pan's Public Charge Round Table. Discussed with policymakers whether or not the government should deny green cards or visas to legal immigrants who are deemed likely to use public assistance programs like food stamps. UPDATE: The Trump administration voted to deny green cards and visas and will officially go into effect on Feb. 24

Contact Prabha

Prabha is here for you !

Contact Prabha today with one of her offered services below:

  • Nutrition Counseling (Telehealth only)

  • Nutrition Education

  • Collaboration

Located in Hawaii

  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram

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