- On April 6, 2018
- Name: Marissa Ciorciari
- Position: Integrative and Functional Nutrition / Registered Dietitian
- Company: Rezilir Health, LLC.
- Phone: 786-780-1188 or business cell phone 305-619-2780
- Website: www.rezilirhealth.com
- Address: 1930 Harrison St, Suite 404, Hollywood, FL 33020
What is your current labor of love? Are you currently working on a new project or assignment that you would like to share with our membership?
I thoroughly enjoy my line of work, which is educating on living healthier lives, reducing their symptoms, and teaching how to eat – planning, sourcing food and shopping, delicious cooking. I specifically love to help my patients reduce their digestive symptoms, rid their bloat and get their vitality back through my food is medicine approach to healthcare.
In your industry arena and/or area of expertise, what are you seeing on the horizon as a not to be missed or overlooked trend, topic, challenge or opportunity? With all the trends surrounding foods and the whole “foodie” lifestyle, I think we need to not miss out on the concept of not only how the food is grown, but how it is prepared. We need to take ownership of our food. We need to get back into our kitchens. We can still be foodies and not go out to eat for 100% of our meals. We can take back our right to make healthy and flavorful fast meals with love, and in turn that will nourish our bodies. I am a firm believer in taking time out of our busy schedules to prepare our own meals regularly. This doesn’t mean it has to be daily, but it does mean to do on occasion. Basic culinary skills are so important in living the healthy lifestyle so many of us are looking to achieve.
You have been an inspiration to us at the Florida Spa Association…who or what is your inspiration? Would you share a personal mantra or favorite pearl of wisdom with our members?
Thank you so much. There are so many speakers I admire. Some of my favorite people to listen to are Dr. Kara Fitzgerald, Dr. Deanna Minich, Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Michael Gregor, and Dr. Robert Roundtree.
One personal mantra I live by and tell all my patients is “there is no perfect way of eating each and every day. If you feel you messed up or ate something that didn’t benefit you, it’s okay. Let it go. Don’t get down on yourself and let it all go for the rest of the day. Each and every meal is a new opportunity to fuel your body with what it needs.”