Sandra Trinidad
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • United States

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About Me

Born and raised in Los Angeles, I am the Health and Wellness Project Lead for the Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP).  I’m a registered dietician and have my Masters in Public Health from Loma Linda University, just outside of Los Angeles.  I’m also fluently bilingual in English and Spanish.

I’m passionate about food and running!  I just completed my first Los Angeles Marathon earlier this year.

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Kids Get Moving, Get Learning & Get Healthy with The Los Angeles Universal Preschool

In Los Angeles and California, we’re facing an obesity crisis.  Research shows that more than 20% of kids in grades 5th-9th are obese, and these numbers only continue to climb into adulthood.  I’m a Registered Dietician and the…


Posted on April 17, 2012 at 10:57am

En LAUP la Fruta es un Alimento en Cualquier Momento y las Galletas Son un Alimento de Unas Veces!

En Los Angeles y California, enfrentamos una crisis de la obesidad. Las investigaciones muestran que más del 20% de los niños en grados 5 al 9 son obesos, y estos números siguen aumentando en la edad adulta. Soy…


Posted on April 17, 2012 at 10:00am

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