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CulinArt Registered Dietitian

Laura MartoranoLaura Martorano, MS, RD, CDN
Phone:  (631) 632-9979
Cell:  (631) 372-1293
Office: 206K West Side Dining, CulinArt Suite, 2nd Floor

Laura Martorano, the CulinArt Registered Dietitian, has been practicing as an RD for the past 6 years. She is mastered in clinical nutrition and certified within the state of New York as Dietitian-Nutritionist. Laura has worked an array of populations providing nutrition counseling, implementing menu planning and providing medical nutrition therapy. Her experience ranges from individuals who require basic nutritional counseling to individuals who have various disease and/or gastrointestinal disorders. Laura is FARE check certified in Food Allergies and Celiac Disease which provides a great resource for students have food allergies and who require individual nutritional attention.

Laura’s goal is to promote nutrition and wellness to the students and faculty on campus. She is available to the students to help them to reach their nutritional goals all throughout the school year. Laura is a host to multiple events such as Wellness Wednesday tablings, teaching kitchen, dining tours and nutrition workshops. She is eager to work with many groups on campus to additionally promote a healthy, nutritious lifestyle while dining at Stony Brook University.

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Brain Boxes Help Reduce Stress During Finals Week

The Brain Box is a wellness initiative that Campus Dietitian  Laura Martorano developed for finals week to combat the damage that stress can cause to our bodies. ( Full story on SB News)



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