Angela Aladjem, RDN, LD
SPECIALITIES include weight management, food allergies, gut issues, autoimmune, and pre and postnatal nutrition
Angela is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who relocated to San Antonio in 2010. In PA, she completed her bachelor's degree and internship in Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics at Seton Hill University. In her internship, she had the opportunity to work in many different facets of the nutrition field including clinical, food service management, and community education. She has completed a Certificate of Training program in Adult Weight Management and most recently earned the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner (IFNCP) Credential. Angela used to teach a variety of fitness classes and still enjoys keeping up on the latest trends in exercise. She has also contributed to several monthly local columns in health and wellness.
In her spare time, Angela loves to be outside in the sun, cooking and baking with her kids, and watching comedy shows or movies.
How did you get into nutrition?
I started developing an interest when I was a teenager. Most of my family had chronic conditions and I had lost a cousin at a young age to leukemia. I wanted to be proactive with my own health and help others do the same. I started teaching exercise classes and learning about nutrition. I then decided to go back to school for my degree in nutrition.
How would you describe your counseling style?
I like to think I am collaborative. I like to meet my clients where they are so they can be most successful.