Most human ailments – diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, chronic fatigue, insomnia, chronic headaches, and digestive disorders can be traced to food choices and habits. Good nutrition is medicine and it’s essential for health optimization and primary prevention. Successful treatment of chronic diseases must take this into account.
Improving quality of life through nutrition excellence.
There’s no such thing as the perfect diet. Medical nutrition therapy is about meeting the client wherever they are and working together to achieve their best health through lifestyle changes involving nutrition education, behavior modification, and self-empowerent.
Nancy Jo Weber
I have coached patients to new levels of health and well-being for 30 years. I am a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) and has been Board Certified in Renal Nutrition.
I am an innovative leader in the field of medical nutrition and I have been recognized nationally for excellent outcomes. After educating patients and other health-care professionals across the USA, I have dedicated the rest of my career to helping retirees regain their health so they can truly enjoy their golden years.
I have earned numerous awards including Champion Dietitian for the Southeast and have been nominated Outstanding Dietitian in Georgia, twice. Educated at University of Georgia (UGA), I completed my internship in Miami, FL and received my Masters from Georgia Regents University.
I am the President of the South Carolina Council on Renal Nutrition and a member of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.