I'm a firm believer in the power of carbohydrate restriction for diabetes, prediabetes, obesity, hormonal disorders such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and healthy aging. A former court reporter, I became a dietitian in 2008 because I wanted to help people improve their health through good nutrition. My goal is to provide accurate, useful information and support people's efforts to optimize their blood glucose control and achieve a healthy weight, along with improving overall health and vitality.
I'm 52, and thanks to a low-carb lifestyle and gentle exercise, I feel better than I did in my 30s. I live in South Florida and enjoy reading, writing, learning, cooking, walking, Pilates, and spending time with my wonderful husband, family, and friends. You can read about my purpose for creating this website in my 7/22/11 blog post.
Disclaimers and disclosures: Although I am a health care professional, I am not a physician and cannot diagnose or treat diabetes or other conditions; I can only provide nutritional advice and guidance. Some of the nutrition advice I provide is not universally accepted as evidence-based practice and is neither sponsored, approved, recommended nor endorsed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), NIH (National Institutes of Health), American Heart Association (AHA), American Diabetes Association (ADA), or Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Always consult with your physician prior to adopting a low-carbohydrate diet or making other dietary changes.
Throughout this website are links to other sites which contain health-related information. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information contained on any of these sites, nor do the views expressed therein necessarily reflect mine.
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