Helen Agresti

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Helen Agresti is a Registered Dietitian and founder of Professional Nutrition Consulting, LLC.  She is a graduate of Gannon University and the University of Pittsburgh.  Helen has educated the public on healthy eating for over a decade.  She has helped clients lose anywhere from 10 – 100+ pounds and has dramatically improved the quality of their lives.

Helen is also a Nutrition Consultant for Penn State University and conducts monthly Food Demonstrations at Frankie and May Fresh Grocer.  Her passion for healthy living extends beyond nutrition.  She grew up swimming competitively and has combined that with running and biking to recently complete her first duathlon and triathlon.  In 2013, Helen was certified to teach mat and reformer Pilates and currently teaches several classes each week at the LECOM Medical Fitness and Wellness Center.

Helen is a contributing writer for many online magazines including: LenSaunders.com, HealthYourWayOnline.com, and the NutritionBlogNetwork where she covers current trends on health and fitness. You can also read her blog for helpful tips, and recipes.

Helen lives in Erie with her husband Michael and their 5 children.

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