About Kimberly

“I am dedicated to improving my clients’ health through focused strategies involving nutrition and physical activity as a part of an enjoyable and sustainable healthy lifestyle.”       

                      -Kimberly A. Scarpa, R.D., L.D/N

Biography 

Kimberly graduated with honors from The University of Delaware with a major in Dietetics/Nutrition. After graduating, she assumed a position as Director of Food Service at The Salem County Nursing and Convalescent Home.  After leaving SCNH, Kimberly became a Public Health Nutritionist for WIC (Women, Infants and Children) in Salem and Cumberland Counties. Kim worked at Shore Memorial Hospital as a Registered Dietitian for seven years. She has been featured on TV 40 and Channel 6 WPVI News.  Kim became Board Certified in Pediatric Nutrition and served on the task force to revise the certification exam with the ADA.  She provided nutrition assessments and counseling,  conducted nutrition and diabetes education programs business wellness and fitness workshops, and  school health  programs.  Kim worked for DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals as a Clinical Research Scientist. After leaving DuPont in 2000, Kim founded Nutrition Bytes, and serves clientele in the Delaware Valley Area.  Currently, she consults to health care facilities,  early care and education centers,  United Health Care Behavioral Health Services and is a provider for eleven health insurance companies. Clients are seen at Woodstown Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab in Woodstown NJ.

Testimonials

“I had the privilege of seeing Kim Scarpa as a nutritionist, and had a great relationship and learned so much at the end of my time with her I can now call her my friend….. she is always ready if I have any questions, and checks in with me often…. Great nutritionist, and knowledgeable in her field.” -Anon

“I enjoy working with Kim Scarpa. I love inviting her to participate in our family events here at the Early Learning Center-Wilmington. Kim enthusiastically participates in every and all of our events to which she is invited. Kim brings with her an enormous amount of helpful nutrition resources to her meetings and information tables. At our meetings, Kim very easily connects with and engages all of our families. She discusses with them their child’s nutritional needs and is able to provide useful information to help resolve their concern. Kim also continues to reach out to us to share any changes or nutritional updates that might come to her attention and would be beneficial to our program. It is a great pleasure to work with Kim Scarpa and to have her as a resource for myself and our families.” -Helen Shallow, MSW
Family Support Specialist at the Early Learning Center-Wilmington, DE