Alexandra RaymondRegistered Dietitian Nutritionist
Alex has happily been a member of the Rebecca Bitzer and Associates team since 2012. She is truly passionate about empowering clients to feel confident and comfortable in their food choices.
Alex thinks outside the box to provide unique ideas so her clients can enjoy balanced eating without feeling overwhelmed by food.
As a runner herself, she uses her professional and personal experience to support her clients who are looking to optimize their performance through proper fueling.
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Binge Eating Disorder
- Sports nutrition
- Child and teen nutrition
- Mindful Eating
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
- Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
- The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND)
- Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE)
- Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition (SCAN)
- Maryland Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Award Recipient 2014
- Blogger for Libero Network
- Blogger for more-love.org
More About Alex
Alex practices the non-dieting, or REBEL, approach to health, nutrition and intuitive eating. She takes a compassionate approach to helping her clients build a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. She understands that each person has his or her own vision of health and nutrition and works with each client to develop an individualized “all-foods-fit” nutrition plan.
Alex also leads the Empowered Dining Meal Support Group to support clients in recovery from an eating disorder.
Alex currently lives in Washington DC and, outside of counseling clients, enjoys exploring the city, going to concerts, and watching Friends.
“Alex made me feel very comfortable and I was able to open up about a lot of the things I typically don’t feel comfortable talking about. I think this was important because I’ll take her recommendations more seriously knowing she takes the time to seriously analyze me and my goals. I hate cookie cutter doctors/therapists and Alex did a great job of making me feel like she was prepared to help in any way I needed.”
“Alex was personable and professional. She displayed a caring attitude and imparted useful information on living with diabetes. It was a pleasant and helpful session. I appreciate her sharing her knowledge with me as well as her ability to put me at ease.”
“Working with Alex for the past year has been a wonderful experience. She is very realistic, flexible, knowledgeable, and pleasant. I’m truly impressed with the breadth and versatility of her skill set.”
“It was refreshing to not have someone focus more on what to avoid than what I should eat. I was also glad to hear Alex ask about other environmental factors like sleep and stress. She made me feel comfortable.”