As a registered dietitian and a certified diabetes educator with a master's of science degree in food science and human nutrition, Jill Weisenberger is your resource for all things nutrition, food and diabetes. Her no-nonsense approach to eating well includes foods that both taste good and are good for you. There's nothing tasteless in her kitchen, so there's no need for bland and boring in yours either. Whether she's speaking, writing, giving expert advice or working with patients, her candid and energetic approach appeals to the busy people of today, and her sound nutrition and fitness advice gets results.

About Jill

Jill’s been on a two-decade mission
to empower people to grab control of
their health. She does more than teach.
When working with individuals and
groups, Jill acts as their coach,
cheerleader and strategist.

As a speaker and a writer, she’s infor-
mative and entertaining while offering
practical advice to eat better, feel
better and live better. She inspires
individuals, audiences and readers
to take action and get results. Jill is
contributing editor for Environmental
and writes for many other
publications including Diabetic Living,
The DX, Kid’s Eat Right and Today’s

Uniquely combining her food, nutrition and health expertise with her public
relations and communications skills, Jill has worked with industry clients such
as Boar’s Head Provisions, the Wheat Foods Council and the Alliance for Potato
Research and Education. She is an internationally recognized nutrition and
diabetes expert and is frequently quoted in print and broadcast media.

Jill makes nutrition science understandable, realistic and oh so delicious. Be
sure to check out her new book Diabetes Weight Loss Week by Week - with two
more books on the way!.

Professional Organizations

A More Personal Glimpse

Jill didn’t start out promoting good food and good health, but she
did begin her professional life in promotion. After earning a degree
in advertising from the University of Florida, she worked in marketing
and public relations at the Kennedy Space Center and for a financial
institution. It wasn’t long before her love of food and all things
nutrition pulled her back to the University of Florida where she
earned a master’s degree in food science and human nutrition.

If Jill’s not counseling patients, tethered to her computer or other-
wise working, you might find her in the kitchen cooking up something
nutritious and delicious. (Yep, nutritious and delicious really do go
together.) Other times she’s out jogging, keeping up with her two
daughters, letting two dogs in and out, (and in and out again and
again) or simply trying to sneak some quiet time with her husband.