Welcome to Witty Nutrition

Whitney Ahneman is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist and a Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist in the state of NY.  Whitney received both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Dietetics from Boston University and completed her Dietetic Internship at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston.  

Whitney completed her Certified Diabetes Educator credential in 2014 to include comprehensive self-management and medication teaching.  She has also undergone advanced clinical training in adverse food reactions as a Certified LEAP Therapist to help clients understand and manage food allergy, sensitivity, and intolerance.  

Whitney spent the first few years of her career as a Clinical Dietitian at White Plains Hospital before moving on to Maple Medical, LLP, an impressive multi-specialty medical group, to establish and grow nutrition services as a part of their practice.  She now moves on to a healthcare technology company, Sitraa Marketplace and Sitraa Health, to be part of the movement to use technology at point of purchase to improve health retailing and comprehensive consumer healthcare.

Whitney's primary interests in nutrition surround wellness and healthy aging, insulin resistance and diabetes care, inflammation, nutrition informatics, and management of gastrointestinal disorders.  She takes a particular interest in public policy and the changing landscape that is our current healthcare system.

On a personal level, she enjoys cooking (read: enjoys FOOD), running/pilates/staying active, learning about various wines, using power tools during a fun DIY project, and cheering on New York sports teams.  And of course, spending quality time with family and friends.


Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Nutrition Entrepreneurs, Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine, Connecticut Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


Nutrition is meant to be a combination of manageable over the long haul while optimizing good quality nutrients for one's personalized health needs.  I try to help unlock that balance for clients, teach them just enough about the physiology of the body to help motivate change, and provide practical tips and tools for enacting change.

Favorite Quotes

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”  - Hippocrates

“Eat real food.  Not too much.  Mostly plants.”  - Michael Pollan

“You are what you eat so don't be fast, cheap, easy, or fake.”  - Unknown

Interested in learning more?

Connect with me on social media!

Whitney, you have helped give me my life back through learning about personalized reactive foods and how to eat to manage my IBS.
— JM, LEAP/MRT testing client
Whitney is an engaging speaker, and you can really tell that she loves her work. Her energy is infectious. I feel so fortunate to have connected with her on the [Nutrition Entrepreneurs] listserv, and am so thankful that she offered her time, experience and expertise to my students. I would whole-heartedly recommend her for a speaker, not only to college classes, but for any group who is interested in learning more about nutrition and the business of nutrition.
— Tamara Melton, MS, RDN, Director of LaCarte Wellness and Georgia State University adjunct professor

notable accomplishments

  • Liaises strategic partnerships within nutrition and healthcare community for Sitraa Health.
  • Created the nutrition program in a medical practice that delivers continuous care to 10,000+ patient population.
  • Among patients during tenure at Maple Medical, over 2000 lbs lost, strong metabolic (most notably, lipid and glycemic) improvements and hundreds were able to decrease, avoid starting on, or discontinue taking medications.
  • Received CARES Award at White Plains Hospital for outstanding patient care.
  • Contributed to researching and writing sodium legislation in Massachusetts in 2010 as part of the National Sodium Reduction Initiative.
  • Has contributed to research, resources, and/or copy editing for 3 published books: Your Nutrition Solution to Inflammation by Kim Tessmer, Your Nutrition Solution to Acid Reflux by Kim Tessmer, and Perseverance by Carolyn Rubenstein.