Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Susan Weiner RD, MS, CDE
Nutrition Expert

Traveling the Internet and discovering the many talented dietitians is a wonderful experience.  I have learned about the numerous specialties, cultural diversity, advances in research, legislative news, current events, ADA campaigns, new recipes and I even made some new friends along the way.

This week my journey takes me to
Susan Weiner Nutrition

“Beans are an inexpensive meat substitute, which can save money
and add years to your life. They are high in fiber, rich in vitamins,
antioxidants, and phytochemicals. Beans are the
versatile way to add protein and fiber
to your diet without busting your food budget.”
- Susan Weiner RD, MS, CDE

Susan Weiner is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and Certified Dietitian and Nutritionist. She is currently in private practice in New York. 

1. Contributing medical producer for dLife TV and serves as a member of dLifes medical advisory board.  dLife - For Your Diabetes Life is an educational resource for people with diabetes as well as professionals in the diabetes community. 
2. Nutritionist and certified diabetes educator for the diabetes program TheBestLife.com, Bob Greene’s health and weight loss website. She provides articles to the site and is available to answer the “ask the expert” diabetes questions. Susan contributed  consultation in The Best Life Guide to Managing Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes (Simon & Schuster 2009). This book launched TheBestLife.com website.
3. Well respected lecturer for many professional organizations including the American College of Sports Medicine.

4. Susan was the official sports nutritionist for the American Diabetes Association Walk America program; as well as the Sports Nutritionist for the Elite Runners Distance Camp at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid New York.
5. Featured guest on numerous radio and television shows including  the “1010 wins radio winning womens breakfast series” and Fox News. She has been interviewed on  various nutrition and diet topics. 
6. A valued contributor to many books on a variety of nutrition topics (primarily weight management and diabetes). Susan has written articles and has been quoted in several publications including Men’s Health, New York Newsday, Woman’s Day, Better Homes and Gardens, Fitness Magazine, Sports Illustrated for Women, Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Supplement and the New York Daily News.
7. Adjunct professor of nutrition at Queens College in New York for over 13 years and taught at the Academy of Applied Personal Training Education at Hofstra University.
8. Consultant and spokesperson for several food companies. 
Education and Certification
Susan earned her Masters Degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. Her dual masters degree in “Applied Physiology and Nutrition” afforded her the opportunity to practice as a nutritionist and exercise physiologist. She is certified in “Adult Weight Management”, through the American Dietetic Association.

                       Professional Affiliations
The American Dietetics Association
The American Diabetes Association, Professional Section
New York State Dietetics Association
American College of Sports Medicine
American Association of Diabetes Educators
National Association of Eating Disorders

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