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Rachelle LaCroix Mallik, MA, RD, LDN

Current Position: Private Practice Owner and Dietitian

Rachelle Mallik is the founder of a private practice dedicated to providing evidence-based nutrition therapy for reproductive health. She is frequently invited to conduct seminars helping women navigate the unique demands of fertility, prenatal, postpartum and breastfeeding nutrition. Holding a bachelor’s with honors in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University, Mallik first worked as a patient coordinator at the Weill Cornell Center for Reproductive Medicine in New York, gaining experience in fertility and early prenatal care. Mallik has also spent five years as a clinical dietitian in Chicago teaching hospitals. Complementing her clinical skills, Mallik is a mother of two young children, and has earned a master’s in Food Studies from New York University, researching the impact of cultural differences on nutrition in the U.S. and abroad. As a member of the Nutrition Special Interest Group in the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Mallik advocates for integrating nutrition into multidisciplinary patient care, elevating the visibility and awareness of the field.