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A passion of Emily Richters Fasciana, MS RDN LDN is to help competitive and recreational athletes achieve their optimal level of performance and wellness by fueling and recovering properly. Athletes have a variety of needs, requiring individual guidance and a comprehensive plan. Understanding relationships with food can allow an athlete to not only succeed in their nutrition for performance, but for a healthy life. 


Emily is eager to help you reach your sports performance and wellness goals whether it is basic nutrition information for being more active as an athlete or a complex review of performance needs. As a former high-school athlete, she understands the busy lifestyle athletes have and will provide simple ways to improve nutrition. 

Emily is also passionate about helping cancer patients through treatment and in survivorship. With five years of experience, Emily is seeking the dietitian specialist certification in Oncology. She has come to use her compassionate and empathetic nature to help cancer patients feel more at ease during treatments in how they nourish their bodies to prevent malnutrition. Emily uses science-based practices and guidelines for side-effect management and helps clients bust the myth's and false information that is frequently shared to people with cancer. 

For the past 10 years, Emily has been practicing as a licensed and registered dietitian nutritionist, earning her Bachelor's in Dietetics from Bowling Green State University followed by her dietetic internship and Master's in Sports Nutrition and Exercise Science from Marywood University. In 2021, Emily became a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor because she has learned through years of counseling, that intuitive eating practices will set oneself up for wellness that lasts forever. Being aware of your thoughts and feelings to find joy with food and using a whole health approach for wellness such as taking fewer medications and using more therapeutic approaches create well-being.


Emily was awarded the Registered Young Dietitian of the Year for Northeastern Pennsylvania in 2018 and the Anita Owen Award for Excellence in Leadership in 2019. She is the Past-President of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, while also holding numerous other volunteer positions for the Pennsylvania Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 

Information provided on this website does not constitute medical advice and is not intended to assist in the diagnosis, treatment or alleviation of any medical condition.  Persons seeking to address a medical condition should consult with a qualified medical professional.  Emily Richters Fasciana LLC will not be liable for any damages, losses, injury or liability suffered as a result of reliance on the information provided on this website.

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