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Dianna Malkowski

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Member since: Apr 19, 2012

Dianna serves on the board of Professional Advisors for The CareGiver Partnership. She is a board-certified Physician Assistant and Mayo Clinic-trained Nutritionist with extensive experience and practice in the areas of diabetes, cancer, wound healing, therapeutic diets and nutrition support.

She enjoys working with both patients and caregivers. With years of clinical experience, she realizes the impact and importance proper nutrition has on health and healing.

If you have a question for Dianna, please fill out the information on her personal URL (current customers only).

Note: While she is a Physician Assistant and Nutritionist, Dianna can only provide general answers based on her knowledge and experience. She always recommends you see your doctor to review your specific situation before you make any significant health care modifications.

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