Dr. Ben House, PhD, CN, FDN, CFMP
Dr. House has spent immense time forging his knowledge in nutrition and human health fueled by his passion for Functional Medicine. He is a Nutritionist (CN), Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist (FDN), and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CFMP). Ben is has published numerous research in various peer-reviewed journals. Ben guides individuals to optimize their health in a holistic manner and teaching others how to build health and vitality, this is why he advises for Civic Nutrition.
Stephanie O’ Donnell MS, RDN, CLT, LDN
Stephanie is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a holistic approach. She helps people heal by making lifestyle changes that support how they want to feel and by helping them figure out which foods work for their body. She has personally suffered with symptoms of inflammation and has seen first hand that not all foods work for all bodies, which is why she completed additional training to become a Certified LEAP Therapist. She is an active board member for the Rhode Island Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is also training to become an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner. Stephanie's goal is to help people improve and maintain their health through proper food choice, which is why she has partnered with Civic Nutrition.
Dr. Zeeshan Malik, DO
Dr. Malik believes in holistic care for an individual to improve their health and maximize their quality of life. As a Board Certified Anesthesiologist he is deeply immersed in the pharmacological and physiological aspects of clinical medicine on a daily basis. Dr. Malik has current IRB approved clinical studies understanding Human Behavior in addition to psychological developments and underlying ailments of pain. Dr. Malik's main focus is towards alleviating pain, regardless of physical or psychological, he is further pursuing towards this goal by starting an Board Accredited Interventional Pain Fellowship in August 2017. With the time he has left over he has spent it volunteering various areas such as a student-run doctor clinic, a teacher for underprivileged kids, food shelters, and helping places of disaster with relief. Dr. Malik cares deeply for others as one can see in both his line of work and his time spent volunteering, this is why he advises for Civic Nutrition.