Meet our TEAM of Practitioners
Rebecca Snow, MS, CNS, LDN, RH(AHG
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A licensed nutritionist and herbalist; Rebecca has a passion for helping individuals get healthy using foods, herbs and lifestyle changes. In addition to seeing clients in Catonsville, Maryland and via phone/Skype, Rebecca teaches workshops and mentors new practitioners.
Rebecca has been studying and using herbs for 17 years and practicing in a clinical setting for 12 years. Upon receiving her Master of Science Program in Herbal Medicine, she was awarded the Herbert C Brown award for service to the school and practiced for 5 years at Optimal Health Physicians an Integrative Medical Practice in Rockville, MD that specializes in chronic infection and disease. Rebecca completed an International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) preceptorship and has lectured widely on Lyme disease and weight loss.
Rebecca was the Founding Director of the MS in Nutrition and Integrative Health Program at the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH). She has taught graduate-level nutrition and herbal medicine coursework for the last several years.
Rebecca has enjoyed the honor of lecturing for Goucher College, American Herbalist Guild’s Annual Conference, Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, Baltimore Bioneers Conference, Presbyterian Medical Center at the University of Pennsylvania, WC Grace & Co, Choice Hotels International, Ryderwood Village and the Baltimore Herb Festival. Rebecca speaks on nutrition and herbs for the media, Fox 45, WBAL, among others.
Prior to receiving her Master’s degree, Rebecca worked as the store manager of Smile Herb Shop in College Park, MD and completed coursework at the Dreamtime Center for Herbal Studies. Rebecca is a Certified Nutritional Specialist, a licensed nutritionist in the State of Maryland, and a registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild.
Rebecca is a mother, wife, advocate for sustainable living, she loves to cook healthy food for her family, garden and take walks outdoors.
Kate Costello, MS, CNS, LDN
Kate joined Rebecca Snow Nutrition in June 2019, she brings a wonderful background in functional nutrition, coaching and research.
Kate practices functional nutrition by emphasizing the healing power of whole-food nutrition and wellness practices like movement, stress-reduction, sleep hygiene and mindfulness practices. Kate works with complex diagnoses including, but not limited to, autoimmune conditions, blood glucose dysregulation, childhood nutritional needs, chronic fatigue syndrome, food sensitivities, inflammatory bowel disease, and endocrine imbalances.
She has worked with the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Johns Hopkins to better understand diet in people living with MS. Kate has also worked at the Village Green Apothecary providing education, consultation and laboratory analysis.
Kate has extensive training in functional foods, nutraceuticals, supplements and natural home and beauty products. Kate earned her undergraduate degree at Coastal Carolina University in Health Promotion and Exercise Science. She earned two graduate degrees from Maryland University of Integrative Health, a MS in Nutrition and Integrative Health and an MA in Health Coaching. Kate is a licensed nutritionist through the state of Maryland and is Certified Nutrition Specialist through the BCNS. Kate can be found baking vegan desserts, on her yoga mat, gardening, and reading 5 books at a time.
Maggie King, MS, CNS, LDN
Maggie joined Rebecca Snow Nutrition in May 2017 as a part-time clinical assistant.
Maggie King is a licensed nutritionist through the state of Maryland and North Carolina and a nationally accredited Certified Nutrition Specialist through the BCNS. Maggie completed her clinical rotations with Maryland University of Integrative Health gaining experience in areas of, but not limited to, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune conditions, cardiovascular conditions, weight loss / maintenance. Since graduating, Maggie has focused on preconception / prenatal nutrition and gut health. Her love for food extends beyond the counseling room and into the kitchen! She has experience in teaching cooking classes to various populations and creating meals for the following demographics:
– Clients with allergies / food sensitivities
– Age specific (elderly, children, entire families)
– Preconception / Pregnancy / Postnatal
– Sport Performance
Outside of her love for nutrition, Maggie enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, teaching fitness classes and spending all of her free time with her daughter and husband (preferably on the beach).