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Dietitian Information

The initial consultations are an assessment and evaluation of past nutrition habits and current nutrition status. Areas of work will be identified to improve your nutrition status prior to surgery. The pre-surgery follow-up consultation is a brief review of information from the initial consultation and the pre- and post-surgery nutrition education on the bariatric nutrition guidelines. The registered dietitian will customize the bariatric nutrition guidelines to meet the individual’s needs and goals. After surgery, patients will schedule consultations with the registered dietitian every three months for the first year. Patients receive educational materials at each nutrition consultation.

Allie Wood, RD/LD, CDCES

Allie Wood is a registered and licensed dietitian holding a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) credential. Allie graduated from the Northeastern State University dietetics program in 2017 and completed her dietetic internship with Iowa State University later that year. She has been practicing as a Registered Dietitian since 2018 in the clinical setting. She enjoys helping patients to achieve a sustainable, healthy lifestyle that is tailored to each individual and not “one-size-fits-all”. As a dietitian, she wants to help patients better understand their nutrition in a world that can often make it very difficult. Allie has experience in providing medical nutrition therapy for diabetes and diabetes prevention, cardiovascular and kidney disease and many others.

Allie is an Owasso native and is happy to have the opportunity to practice in her hometown community. She currently lives in Claremore with her husband and their three dogs. Outside of work, Allie enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and watching baseball with her husband.


Abby Zarate, MS, RD

Abby Zarate, M.S., RD is a newly registered dietitian from Texas. She has a bachelor’s degree in nutritional sciences and dietetics from Texas Tech University. She also has a master’s degree in human metabolism and completed her dietetic internship from The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Abby loves helping her patients create a better life for themselves through food and nutrition. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Oklahoma Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and volunteers as the Oklahoma Academy’s Tulsa regional representative.

Abby lives in Broken Arrow with her two dogs Mille and Delilah. During her free time, she likes to explore the greater Tulsa area and be outdoors gardening, hiking or playing outdoor sports. She also enjoys eating and hanging out with friends. She loves to play sports and watch her alma mater, Texas Tech University.