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Managing Director and Chief Opera...

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Riotto-Jones & Company LLC
600 Third Avenue
New York, New York 10016
United States

Company Description: Riotto-Jones & Company is an executive search and consulting firm specializing in Wealth Management throughout the United States. Over 25 years our niche focus...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Principal
    L-K Associates, LLC
  • Regional Director
    Omega
  • Trust Officer and Investment Manager
    Chase
  • Trust Officer and Investment Manager
    U.S. Trust Company of New York
  • LKA Holistic Health

Education

  • Mathematics and Economics
    New York University
  • graduate degree , Training and Management Development
    NYU
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Biographies: Trust Banking Manager, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Wealth Management Executive Recruiter
www.riottojones.com, 8 Dec 2013 [cached]
Lynn Klein Lynn Klein has been the Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of Riotto-Jones since 1990. A graduate of New York University with concentrations in Mathematics and Economics, Lynn went on to do graduate work, also at NYU, in Training and Management Development. She spent ten years as a Trust Officer and Investment Manager at The Chase Manhattan Bank and U.S. Trust Company of New York. Just prior to joining Riotto-Jones, Lynn was a Regional Director at Omega, Consultants to Bank Management. In addition to teaching Economics at the American Institute of Banking, Lynn held several official positions within the National Association of Bank Women.
About LKA | LKA Holistic Health
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Lynn M. Klein, B.A., C.H.H.C.
Lynn M. Klein is a Certified Holistic Health Counselor. She is a graduate of New York University and the Institute For Integrative Nutrition. Lynn has also studied with Master Energy Healer Jacklyn Johnston and with internationally known Maori healers, Atarangi Muru and Manu Korewha.
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A former financial advisor to wealthy families, Lynn has also been a math teacher, a corporate trainer, and a caterer. Her grandmothers, one a restaurateur and the other an alternative health practitioner, helped shape her sensibilities about food and health.
Lynn M. Klein, B.A., ...
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Lynn M. Klein, B.A., C.H.H.C.The author of "Waist Not, Want Not - Stop Dieting and Take Control of Your Weight" (pending publication), Lynn M. Klein is a writer, lecturer, life coach and certified holistic health counselor.She is a graduate of New York University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, which is affiliated with Columbia University and accredited by The American Association of Drugless Practitioners.Lynn has also studied extensively with Master Energy Healer, Jacklyn Johnston, and with internationally known Maori healers, Atarangi Muru and Manu Korewha.
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Lynn can be reached at lynn@lkaholistichealth.com
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Holistic Health | LKA Holistic Health
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Lynn M. Klein Certified Holistic Health Counselor
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Although many seek out Lynn Klein of Hartsdale hoping her expertise will help them lose weight, she doesn't think of herself as a dietician.
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Nor does she like being called a nutritionist, because she won't tell you what to eat, but encourage you to think about how you eat whatever it is you choose to eat. Klein's proper title is certified holistic health counselor; if that's too much of a mouthful for you, she also goes by "myth buster."
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Klein sips green tea at the Scarsdale Starbucks while talking to the Inquirer. She isn't bone thin or über-athletic looking like others in her profession. The silver-haired, youthful 57-year-old looks the right weight for her age, like she practices what she preaches.
Klein wasn't always committed to living a healthy lifestyle. When she was in her 20s, she went on the Scarsdale Diet and lost 7 pounds in only two weeks. "It all came back and then some and that started the yo-yo dieting," she said, explaining that the several pounds she had lost through deprivation was just water weight. After trying out diet after diet over the years, a bout with adult-onset asthma in her early 40s triggered her life-changing career switch from investment adviser to health counselor.
She was inspired to develop her "Don't Weight" program - and to go back to school - while on a trip to Italy in 2004. "I didn't see anyone that was fat walking around," yet Italians eat all these foods we've been told aren't good for us, she said, like bread and pasta. During her first night in Rome, the restaurant she ate at served lard as an appetizer. "Americans are taught that fat is bad for you, but not all fats are created equal. We are stuck following conventional wisdom, but the truth is that we need fat, especially as we get older," Klein said.
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Klein will also unveil some "secrets" to healthy eating gleaned from these societies. Italians, for example, cook their pasta al dente, a little on the chewy side, which takes more energy to digest. The Japanese stay slim even though the staple of their diet is white rice (not whole grain!). Klein said white rice is easier on the stomach. Servings of pasta and rice are smaller in these countries than they are in America, she said.
Klein's family hosted a Japanese exchange student and she was impressed with the girl's ability to gauge when she was hungry and full. "It's not about what you eat, but how you eat," she said.
Klein feels that too often Americans tend to graze on food all day long. She recommends sticking to three meals a day. Clients aren't told to count calories or balance the four food groups or master the pyramid. Klein considers only three "food groups" relevant to track in one's diet: carbohydrates, fat and protein.
Klein has studied energy healing, an important aspect of which is meditation. Finding a way to deal with stress apart from eating, whether through meditation, prayer or some other means, is essential to changing one's life, she said.
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Klein doesn't tell her clients they need to go to the gym, instead suggesting ways for them to slip exercise into their normal daily routines.
She also works with clients to "get them past the notion that cooking is difficult and not fun."
She tells clients that depriving themselves of a food they crave often backfires. If they want lasagna, but eat a hardboiled egg to be "healthy," they might still be unsatisfied at the end of the meal. That often leads to binging later on to satisfy that unaddressed craving. Klein said she gives into her cravings, but doesn't go overboard.
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Klein helps her clients create a lifestyle plan and stick with it to attain a healthful weight, but cautions that for most women that weight won't turn them into supermodels. "There are lots of people that come in lots of shapes. Everyone wants to be Barbie, but that's unattainable for most people. They say if a real woman had Barbie's proportions, she would stop menstruating," she said.
She advises clients to steer clear of undergoing surgeries to slim down, which can have "serious side effects."Unless the condition of morbid obesity is life-threatening, it's better to sit down and just face your bad habits. It's common sense," Klein said.
Although she doesn't tell clients what they can or cannot eat, she encourages them to "eat as close to nature as you can."
Klein was inspired to approach co-owner of the Ardsley DeCicco's, Joe DeCicco Jr. about holding her program there after she saw the store's meeting room space one day. DeCicco said in a press release, "Lynn impressed us with her tremendous knowledge and a passion for food that rivals our own.
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Klein was a familiar face to the family-owned store before the partnership.
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Klein was born in New York City, grew up in Yonkers and has spent much of her adult life in Hartsdale.
DON’T WEIGHT! | LKA Holistic Health
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Program in the spring of 2004, when on a trip to Italy," says Lynn Klein, a certified holistic health counselor.
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In just ten weekly sessions, Lynn will teach you everything you need to know to incorporate new food habits into your life. The Don't Weight!
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"If losing weight and keeping it off were as simple as restricting food for a period of time," says Klein, "we would all be slim.
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