Anna Bessonova RD, CDN

Anna Bessonova

Anna is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Health Coach with passion of helping people manage their weight and health issues through real food, fitness, and mind-body education.

Anna is a founder and owner of Insightful Nutrition, a clinical dietitian and a nutrition consultant for Mealviser, a food and fitness tracking application and meal adviser. Anna has an extensive experience with presentation responsibilities, nutrition consulting, and medical nutrition therapy in areas of weight loss, diabetes, digestive disorders, heart disease, hypertension, renal disease, and cancer.

Anna’s education includes Bachelor’s of Science degree in Foods and Nutrition from San Diego State University, and Health Coach Training from Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Anna earned her RD credential through Sodexo Dietetic Internship with over 1200 hours of supervised practice at the hospital, community and food service areas. She is currently working on her Certificate of Diabetic Educator.

Articles Anna has Published
Track Your Food to Eat Healthy on a
Track Your Food to Eat Healthy on a Budget

One of the biggest concerns I hear from users who are trying to change their lifestyle is that they can't afford to get healthy. Nothing is more valuable than your health, so eating nutritious foods should »

One of the biggest concerns I hear from users who are trying to change their lifestyle is that they can't afford to get healthy. Nothing is more valuable than your health, so eating nutritious foods should be a priority. But it's actually a common myth that a healthy diet has to cost a fortune. You don't need a fancy five-star chef to stock your pantry with delicious and nutrient-rich foods, and by..

Anna Bessonova · April 20th, 2016

Anna Bessonova · April 20th, 2016

Eat More, Weigh Less! Losing Weight Without Deprivation
Eat More, Weigh Less! Losing Weight Without Deprivation

When you think of the word "diet," what comes to mind? Being hungry, cranky and anxious? Depriving yourself of foods you love? If you think of these things, you're not alone. Many people hoping to lose »

When you think of the word "diet," what comes to mind? Being hungry, cranky and anxious? Depriving yourself of foods you love? If you think of these things, you're not alone. Many people hoping to lose weight approach dieting with this mindset, only to give up a few days or weeks later. The key to diet success is not deprivation. If you're hungry, you're going to be more likely to snack, cheat or give..

Anna Bessonova · April 20th, 2016

Anna Bessonova · April 20th, 2016