Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS, LDN

Director + Lead Clinical Nutritionist

Jennifer Fugo

Jennifer Fugo, MS, LDN, CNS is a functional clinical nutritionist, founder of Skinterrupt, and the host of the Healthy Skin Show.

Jennifer received her Master’s in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and Bachelors from New School University. She’s a licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist and Certified Nutrition Specialist as well as a member of the American Nutrition Association, an Advisory Board member for the Nutritional Aesthetics Alliance, and a faculty member of LearnSkin.

In her private virtual practice, she has experience working with conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, dandruff + chronic hives — with clientele ranging from regular folks to celebrities + professional athletes all over the world. Jennifer has experience working with clients going through Topical Steroid Withdrawal as well as supporting people with various food sensitivities who’ve found themselves stuck on a restrictive elimination diet without improvement.

Jennifer also founded her own line of skincare + supplements available at specifically for people struggling with these chronic skin issues.

As a sought-after expert, advocate & speaker, Jennifer has been featured on Dr. Oz, Yahoo! News, CNN, Paleo Magazine, and Philadelphia Magazine.

She is the author behind the best-selling book “The Savvy Gluten-Free Shopper: How to Eat Healthy without Breaking the Bank“ and creator of the Skin Rash Rebuild program and the Eczema & Psoriasis Awareness Weeks.

Michelle Nilan, MS, CNS, LDN

Associate Clinical Nutritionist

Michelle Nilan, MS, CNS, LDN is an associate clinical nutritionist at the Integrative Nutrition Group who has worked with Jennifer on cases for over a year now.

Every client with whom she has interacted + worked with her has only had praise for her empathy + insight.

In addition to being a clinical nutritionist + certified nutrition specialist, Michelle is also a yoga teacher, and ACSM-certified personal trainer.

She obtained her Master’s in Human Nutrition from University of Bridgeport and also holds a Bachelor’s in Philosophy from Humboldt State University.

Michelle shares in my own persistence to keep digging deeper until the root causes of health issues are uncovered. Over the past year working under Jennifer, Michelle has developed an extensive understanding of the complex relationship between the skin, gut, and overall health, and values being able to turn this into practical, actionable guidance to help others rebuild healthy skin.

Michelle Nila

She is additionally well-versed in metabolic conditions, insulin resistance and diabetes, and nutrition for high-risk pregnancies.

Michelle has a lot of personal empathy for skin issues because of her own skin struggles with severe cystic acne, fungal acne, and tinea versicolor, as well as with managing thyroid, hormone, and autoimmunity issues.

She knows all too well what it feels like to have significant life-impacting symptoms completely dismissed and be told by doctors that she’d “just have to live with it.”

And due to her work in philosophy, as well as her personal history of childhood trauma, she has a deep appreciation for the invisible mental and emotional suffering of skin & health issues that aren’t obvious from the outside, and allows this to guide her approach of seeing a whole person rather than merely a collection of symptoms or a problem to fix.

When she’s not working with clients, Michelle enjoys staying updated with the latest nutrition research, lifting weights, reading, going to museums, spending time in nature, drinking coffee while people-watching, and playing with her cat Daoshi.

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