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Latina Nutritionist Dalina Soto Wants to Help the Latinx Community Ditch Diet Culture

14/11/2021 06:00am | 1818 views

By Shayne Rodriguez Thompson

Dalina Soto is a dietitian and nutritionist that doesn’t put her clients on diets. Yes, you read that right. She’s a dietitian that doesn’t believe in diets, and for good reason too. While studying to be a pediatrician at Penn State years ago, the now 33-year-old Dominicana took a nutrition class that helped her realize that her passion was actually in preventative care. She came to understand that she could help the Latinx community be healthier and live longer without having to give up important aspects of the culture, and the course of her future changed forever.

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HipLatina empowers and entertains by providing thoughtful, engaging content on the topics Latinas care about most. From politics to family to culture, we give a voice to our strong, forward-thinking readers.

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