Camila Silva, RD

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Welcome! I'm Camila -- a queer, small-fat, and first-generation Latina dietitian. I am passionate about inspiring people, building community, and improving healthcare. My niche is the intersection between psychology and nutrition with an emphasis on nutrition counseling, anti-diet health education, and cooking and meal prep. Not only am I an avid home cook but also, I’ve taught these skills to hundreds of students using budget- and time-friendly recipes. As a woman with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), I’m dedicated to practical nutrition therapy for PCOS and diabetes management without dieting and negative self-talk. Over 20 years of peer-reviewed studies consistently indicate that eating for pleasure and health without dieting is a sustainable and powerful practice that benefits our physical and psycho-emotional health. Notably, I have seen many people benefit from questioning societal norms and adopting intuitive eating and Health at Every Size values. I am equipped with a decade of experience including: · Undergraduate degrees in psychology (San José State University [SJSU], Gavilan College) · Master of Science in Nutritional Science, SJSU · Dietetic internship at Stanford Health Care and Nutrition Therapy Essentials · Coaching and group support for teens and adults living with eating disorders in IOP/PHP settings · Clinical nutrition therapy for adults and elderly in hospital, skilled nursing, and long-term care facilities · Other training: trauma-informed care, body image, and leadership/communication skills · Public Policy Representative for the Silicon Valley District of California Nutrition and Dietetics (CAND) Supporting you around your nutrition and well-being is a privilege. As your nutrition care provider, I offer a compassionate, person-centered approach that honors your goals and experience. When we work together, you can expect a safe, judgment-free space where: · Eating what you like (that is—enjoyable, accessible, affordable, and cultural) is prioritized, · Mental health is considered, and · Your strengths are emphasized. Thank you for stopping by! Cheers to your well-being.


Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating


Meal Planning
Intuitive Eating
Mind-Body Connection
Lab Testing
Health At Every Size (HAES)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Motivational Interviewing

Insurance Accepted

Blue Cross Blue Shield
United Healthcare


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333 N 5th Street, San Jose, CA 95112
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