Dr. Law is a dual board certified family physician through the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. Her interest in preventative medicine and nutrition education started at a young age and has shaped her personally and professionally. Particularly, her experience with fueling and athletic performance as a young multisport athlete motivated her interest in learning how food affects health prior to medical school. She deferred her medical school acceptance to complete a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition at Columbia University. After obtaining her medical degree at Nova Southeastern University - Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2017, she completed her Family Medicine Residency at Franciscan St. James Hospital, where she served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Law is currently working in urgent care in Kaiser Permanente Southern California and will be starting sports medicine fellowship in Inova Fairfax Medical Campus in Fairfax, VA in July 2022. Her long term goal is to practice primary care sports medicine and to integrate culinary medicine into her practice to serve her athletes and the general population. In addition to culinary medicine, she has keen interests in osteopathic manipulative medicine, academic medicine, e-sports, running medicine, and military medicine. Her hobbies outside of work are making a mess in the kitchen, caring for her house trained rabbits named Panda and Mochi, shopping in local farmers markets, and competing in endurance sports.
Certified November 10, 2020.
Community Engagement Strategist + Culinary Nutrition Specialist
Lexi is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist. She received her Bachelor of Science in Coordinated Dietetics from Texas Christian University (’19). She interned with To Taste during her senior year at TCU and has enjoyed the first year of her dietetics career working with To Taste!
Personal Nutrition Philosophy
Lexi believes that eating healthfully should be enjoyable, sustainable, and fulfilling. Choosing plant-forward and minimally-processed foods is the best way that we can ensure that the foods we put in our body maintain our health. Learning basic culinary skills can help us along the path to health and is a fantastic tool to take with us throughout our entire lives!
Outside of cooking and teaching, Lexi’s passions include cycling, running, reading, listening to podcasts, and playing the cello.
Lexi and her husband, Tallon, live in Boise, Idaho. Both Idaho natives, they are happy to be back in the mountains of the Northwest!
Allison is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with over two decades of experience. She has advanced training as a Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist and as a plant based chef.
Cumulatively, she has helped people lose hundreds of pounds and empowered them to commit to their health. This not only impacts her clients but also their families as well. She truly believes that every time we put something in our mouth, we have the opportunity to promote our health. She provides cooking demonstrations to her community to share how powerful it is to change your fate based on what is on your plate.
Allison provides you with the tools and resources so that you are learning what it takes day to day to create a fit lifestyle that creates the habits as opposed to just putting a band-aid on your problem.
Certified on November 17, 2017.
Dr. Allison Jordan received her medical degree with Distinction in Research from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. During her training, she completed a year-long Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship in the departments of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. After graduating from medical school she completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina and served as Chief Resident in her 5th year of training. Dr. Jordan then attended the University of Pittsburgh where she completed her fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and received a Certificate in Medical Education.
She has worked as an associate medical director at Hospice of Charleston in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, a staff physician at Family Hospice and Palliative Care in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and an associate medical director at Hospice and Palliative CareCenter in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and BJC Hospice. She is currently the medical director of palliative medicine services at Christian Hospital. In addition, Dr. Jordan is an assistant professor of clinical medicine at Washington University School of Medicine. Her research has been published in the Journal of Maternal Fetal Neonatal Medicine, Harvard Review of Psychiatry, the American Journal of Palliative Medicine, and the Journal of Palliative Medicine. She has recently written two book chapters related to mental health and palliative care. She is the past-chair of the Psychosocial and Mental Health Special Interest Group for the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine for 2017-2018. Dr. Jordan has an interest in clinical informatics and has completed training in Basic, Advanced, Analytics, and Healthy Planet (population health) as an Epic Physician Builder in 2019. Dr. Jordan’s diagnosis of stage 3 breast cancer in December 2018 fueled her interest in wellness and she will be taking her culinary medicine certification exam in July 2021. In September, Dr. Jordan will be joining the tele-mental health team at Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, SC where she will combine her interests in telemedicine, palliative care, psychiatry, and informatics to provide innovative care to our nation’s veterans.
When not caring for patients and families living with serious illness, Dr. Jordan enjoys cooking, baking, exercise, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.
Certified on November 15, 2017.
I am the dietitian for Cahaba Medical Care's four rural primary care clinics in Central Alabama. I have experience working in medical nutrition therapy in acute care, nutrition research, and nutrition education for weight loss & chronic disease prevention and management in both adult and pediatric populations. Competence in culinary medicine has increased my confidence in giving cooking demonstrations regarding therapeutic uses of functional foods.
Certified September 14, 2020
Davis and Elkins College 1992
Ferris State University College of Pharmacy 1995
Registered Pharmacist in WV, VA and MI
Consultant Pharmacist in WV
Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist 2009
Joined RCBC in 2019
WVSOM Culinary Medicine Elective Co-Founder
Medication Therapy Management
Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists
American Diabetes Association
Certified November 10, 2019
Angela Fals, MD is a board certified pediatrician and obesity medicine physician who specializes in providing medically supervised weight management for children and adolescents. Dr. Fals earned her medical degree and completed her residency training in pediatrics at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, respectively. Dr. Fals is both a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. She combines her unique knowledge of pediatrics and weight management practices to offer children the most innovative and engaging options to control their weight and avoid a lifetime of obesity. Her multi-disciplinary approach combines medical therapies, counseling, education and physical fitness routines to teach children healthy habits they can carry into adulthood. Awards & Recognition 2016 President's Council on Fitness, Sports, & Nutrition Community Leadership Award; 2013 Patient Experience Top Performer - 99th percentile in patient experience; 2012 - Recognition by the U.S. Surgeon General for the Healthy 100 Kids Weight and Wellness Program headed by Dr. Fals; 2011 Florida Congressman Webster Floor Speech, House of Representatives/ Congressional Record.
1801 Lee Road
Winter Park, FL
Certified on July 31, 2018.
After pursing Internal Medicine residency at University of Florida and subspecialty training in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Stanford University and Clinics I moved to MUSC in 2006. During my first years as an Attending I realised that my education in nutrition had been subpar, and an interaction with a patient suffering from food insecurity changed my path going forward. Since then I have pursued nutrition education on my own with a specific focus towards addressing them within the realm of food insecurity in my patients. Approximately half of my time is spent in teaching students with the hope of expanding their own nutrition education and their understanding of how that interacts with noted social determinants of health in their patients' lives.