Reduce risk of bone fractures and breaks, maintain bone density, and prevent further bone loss with an individualized diet plan from an experienced NYC certified nutritionist dietitian.
Osteoporosis is the bone thief.
It is a metabolic bone disease that results in deterioration of bone tissue which is referred to as low bone density or low bone mass. And it’s tricky, as you cannot feel your bones becoming weaker. It begins early in life and progresses slowly over time, oftentimes with no symptoms until you experience a fracture or break.
Though it affects men and women of all ages, those most at risk for osteoporosis are older Caucasian, Japanese and Chinese women, women who weigh less than 127 pounds, smokers and alcoholics. Moreover, certain medications and diseases can increase your risk of osteoporosis: women who take tamoxifen for breast cancer; people who take glucocorticoids (also called steroids or corticosteroids); people on anti-seizure medications; people who take excessive thyroid medication; and people who suffer from celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, lupus and diseases of the lungs, kidney and liver.
Understanding the cause of bone loss is fundamental to develop an individualized diet plan to help you maintain your bone density, prevent further bone loss, and address the root issue. Diet and exercise are important factors to preventing osteoporosis as well as stopping it from progressing.
An osteoporosis registered dietitian can provide you with dietary guidelines based on whether you have osteopenia (low bone mass) or osteoporosis. It’s possible with the right nutrition intervention, you can avoid taking medication. Becoming educated and working with a professional can help you to follow through with your nutrition program on your own.
Battle the one thief with a solid nutrition plan.
Reduce your risk of bone fractures and breaks.
Maintain bone density.
Prevent further bone loss.
Incorporate necessary nutrients in your diet to promote bone health.
Our NYC Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians have diverse experience and backgrounds. We are proud to provide our patients with multi-lingual nutrition services (English, Hindi, Spanish, Haitian Creole). You’ll be paired with one of the expert nutrition therapists on our team that best fits your needs, to help you reach your goals.
RDN: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist – MS: Masters of Science – CDN: Certified Dietitian Nutritionist – CLT: Certified LEAP Therapist – CNSC: Certified Nutrition Support Clinician – LDN: Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
MS, RDN, CDN, CLT
Studies: Graduate of Stonehill College and Boston University and founder of Compass Nutrition.
MS, RDN, CDN, CLT
Studies: Graduate of UC Davis and Tufts University.
MS, RDN, CDN, CLT
Studies: Graduate of Syracuse and New York University.
MS, RDN, CDN
Studies: Graduate of Dominican College of Blauvelt and Brooklyn College.
RDN, CDN, CNSC, CLT, LDN
Studies: Graduate of Pennsylvania State University
MS, RDN, CDN, CLT
Studies: Graduate of Temple University & Tufts University.
MS, RDN, CDN ,CNSC, CLT
Studies: Graduate of New York University
RDN, CDN, LDN
Studies: Graduate of Florida International University
As NYC Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians, we believe that good nutrition is a human right, fundamental to health, and everyone should have access to the best possible care and information. We believe with the right guidance, everyone can develop healthy, sustainable habits to live lives of wellness.
As NYC certified nutritionists and osteoporosis specialists, we can:
You will be paired with one of our expert Dietitian-Nutritionists that's the perfect fit for your needs. Contact us either online or by phone.
One-on-one counseling. In person or virtual appointments. Flexible scheduling (evenings, early hours).
Implement your individualized nutrition plan. Get the tools you need to live a healthier, more vital life.
It was very informative and helpful. I learned a lot on my visit with Dr Nikita Kapur. She was very easy to talk to and I got some good suggestions. I left really thinking about how to work on my eating composition
We met Nikita kapur and she is outstanding. She was very knowledgable and gave a realistic advise on diet. In today's social world its important for the dietician to look at all outlooks and she explained us everything with so much details. Diet is about balanced eating and have been following her advice since we met her and already feel a difference! She is amazing !!!
Met with Erika and she was lovely. Very nice and easy to talk to. She offered up a test/solution based on my issues described and I left with a solid plan of action. Looking forward to working with her more and seeing if we can get to the bottom of my problems.
I have been going to Compass for some time now and Erika is just the best. She is very understanding and works with you to tailor my eating habits and does not look to take things away. She has helped me discover how to eat better with simple changes. I recommend her to anyone looking for a great nutritionist.
Erika helped me get unstuck off a weight plateau I've been stuck on for 10 years. It's amazing.
I had my first appointment with Dr Nikita Kapur today and she was wonderful. She communicated a ton of information, but broke things down in a way that was easy to understand and digest. I was recently diagnosed with SIBO (and have autoimmune diseases) and went to her to help with reintroduction of foods, but learned so much more. While I feel there is a long road ahead of me, I feel confident that with her guidance, I will get my gut health to a good place.
Nikita has been an instrumental guide in helping me navigate the recovery process after a SIBO diagnosis and working through the elimination/reintroduction diet. I know folks with IBS dealing with these elimination diets on their own and they all wish they could have access to a nutritionist throughout the process - I'm lucky to have been referred to Compass by my GI doc and lucky to have Nikita keeping me sane through the process.
Met with Nikita Kapur today and got some great advice on ways to improve diet and wellness game. Thank you, Nikita.
Many claim to be a nutritionist. But only a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) meets rigorous academic requirements with clinical training, holding a degree from an accredited university. Our RDNs stay informed of guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to provide our patients with expert nutrition counseling.