Bonnie Modugno, MS, RDHealth Blog - Nutrition
Bonnie Modugno, MS, RD - Health Blog BioBonnie Modugno, MS, RD is a registered dietitian in private practice specializing in weight management and sports nutrition. Bonnie received her bachelor of science in foods and nutrition at Eastern Washington University and a Masters of Science in Education and Psychology at Pepperdine University. Currently her research interests focus on insulin resistance and energy metabolism as it relates to obesity and lifestyle disease states such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. In addition to seeing individual clients, Bonnie has taught basic nutrition and sports nutrition at both Santa Monica College and UCLA Extension. She currently conducts nutrition workshops and presents seminars to corporations, health professionals and the lay public. Her clients have included So. California Edison, The Los Angeles County Fire Department, Kathy Smith Lifestyles, The Los Angeles District Dietetic Association, and Porter Novelli. She is frequently quoted and published in The Los Angeles Times, Shape Magazine, Self Magazine, Men's Fitness, and Flex.
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