Rose Fluharty Nutrition, LLC
Clinical Care & Culinary Nutrition
Meet Clinical Nutritionist
Rose Fluharty, BS, MScN, CNS.
Rose is a Certified Nutrition Specialist®, credentialed by the American Nutrition Association® through its Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists™. Rose holds a graduate degree in clinical nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland Oregon, the oldest accredited Naturopathic medical school in North America. She previously received a degree from Portland State University in Public Health, focusing on Community Health Education and working with inner city youth.
Much of her knowledge and experience comes from working closely with real people. Relationships, work environments, travel, and all the hard stuff have been life's biggest learning opportunities. While Rose is grateful to have had the privilege to spend time in higher education, there are deep stories to learn from everyday through listening and reading.
Rose was born in Mariposa County, and enjoys claiming she was born in a barn in Catheys Valley. Growing up in Mariposa allowed a unique opportunity to experience rural life before traveling to different parts of the world. In a full circle, Rose returned back to Mariposa to start her very own clinical nutrition practice in 2021, and lives on one acre with her partner and two dogs enjoying the country life.
Owner: Rose Fluharty Nutrition, LLC
what is clinical nutrition?
Evaluation of dietary, environmental, genetic and genomic, gut microbiome, physical, pharmaceutical and psychoemotional factors that influence health
Applied nutrition in a medical setting
Integrative, Evidence Based Human Nutrition Science
Managing and Preventing nutrition – and age – related morbidities and delaying mortality
Use food as medicine, physical and biochemical biomarkers to measure nutritional status and outcomes for acute conditions.
Weekly, or Bi-Monthly
Assess causes of lack or excess energy and nutrients - adapt to changes in lifestyle or circumstances - keep the personalized nutrition plan current.
Always improving care, and re-evaluating goals.
Chronic nutrition-related non-communicable diseases including immune disorders, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, and diabetes-all have nutritional implications.