Elizabeth Calvelage, RDN, LD is a registered dietitian who graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of Cincinnati. Elizabeth completed her supervised practice through the University of Cincinnati Coordinated Program. In 2016, she received the Outstanding Dietetic Student Award from the Ohio Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her interests include weight management, sports nutrition, diabetes, pediatric nutrition and oncology. She is currently working for Kroger as a Retail Clinical Dietitian within The Little Clinic. There, she combines clinical and nutrition education in a hands-on experience. She provides patients with the tools and confidence needed to make healthier choices, to live an easier and happier life. Outside of work, Elizabeth is a member of the Greater Cincinnati Dietetic Association and holds the position of Secretary Elect. She also enjoys participating in half-marathons, baking, playing with her dog Daisy and watching Buckeye football.
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