Staci Gulbin, MS, MEd, RD
Light Track Nutrition
Staci Gulbin, MS, MEd, RD is a registered dietitian, freelance writer, health editor, and founder of . She has been a registered dietitian with the Commission on Dietetic Registration since 2010 and has over a decade of experience in the nutrition and dietetics industry. Staci has graduate degrees in Biology, Human Nutrition, and Nutrition and Education from New York University, the Columbia University Institute of Human Nutrition, and Teacher’s College, Columbia University, respectively. She has treated thousands of patients across many wellness arenas such as weight management, fitness, long-term care, rehab, and bariatric nutrition. Also, since 2011 Staci has also been applying her health and wellness knowledge to writing and editing for such websites as CDiabetes, Anirva, and Casa de Sante, to name a few. She has also been an featured expert in such online publications as Shape.com, ThisisInsider.com, and Eat This Not That.
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Do you ever notice after eating sugary foods you may feel sluggish, unmotivated and in more back pain than before? Here, you will learn the link between what you eat, how you feel and your back pain levels.