Live confidently with diabetes

one meal at a time.

Remove Nutrition Confusion

Make Food Choices Easier

Succeed With Sustainable Changes

Have you considered working with a diabetes dietitian?

Are you feeling hopeless and anxious about how your food choices affect your blood sugar readings?

Are you confused about the information on the internet and not sure if you need to cut out carbohydrates or sugar?

Are you worried that a diabetes dietitian will take away your favorite foods?

Managing your diabetes can be much easier with a little help

Remove nutrition confusion

There’s so much nutrition information out there about how to achieve balanced blood sugars. You deserve straight-forward nutrition information from an experienced diabetes dietitian.

Make food choices easier

Life’s too short to constantly worry about your food choices. Find food freedom with personalized support from our diabetes experts while reaching your health and blood sugar goals.

Succeed with sustainable changes

Feeling your best is easier with a diabetes dietitian on your team. We’ll help you make small, sustainable changes that make a lasting difference.

How we help others

Registered Dietitian Nutritionists

Understand your blood glucose readings.

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Recognize how different foods affect your blood sugar.

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Meal plan for the whole family and keep the foods you love.

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Build balanced meals and snacks that help you feel good.

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Find an eating pattern that works for your lifestyle.

We believe you deserve to feel your best.
And it should be simple to get the support you need to make sustainable changes and bring joy back to eating.

We will partner with you, to get to know your unique lifestyle and challenges, to offer personalized care. Your diabetes dietitian can support you by creating realistic plans centered around your favorite foods.

We can teach you how to prepare and order meals that you enjoy, help you feel good, and give you better blood sugar readings.

So you can simplify your nutrition needs and improve your A1C.

Helping clients live confidently with diabetes in Maryland and nationwide

Office locations in Montgomery, Howard, Prince George’s, and Anne Arundel Counties

Virtual appointments available

Working with us is super easy

Get to know you

We know everyone is different.  Your diabetes dietitian wants to learn about you and your journey, so they can best support you.

Personalized plan

We don’t believe in “one size fits all.”  Work as a team with your diabetes dietitian to make sure your plan fits your lifestyle and goals.

Enjoy life again

You know life can feel better than this.  Stop doing life the hard way and instead get your joy back and enjoy the experience of food again.

Happy Clients

“My A1C has come down from 7.6 to 6.9, my glucose levels are within the normal range, and I have lost 9 pounds. Ms. Williams (Eckstein) played a central role in all of this, providing crucial information, honest feedback, and an excellent listening ear. She has been crucial to me achieving my goals. I commend her heartily.”

“Hi Liz, I wanted to let you know my latest bloodwork went well. My A1c was 6! Thank you for the help and guidance you provided over the past several months. You helped me create a nutrition program that is working really well for me.  Thank you again.”

“This was my first meeting with Kristin. She listened to me and my concerns & goals for my seeking nutritional counseling. Kristin cleared up confusion I had concerning net carbs vs carb counts on labels. She answered all my questions clearly. I am looking forward to working with Kristin to develop healthy eating habits.”

“I enjoyed my first appointment with Kristin Jenkins. She was a very good listener, and asked insightful follow up questions. She provided detailed information specific to my concerns and followed that up with sending reference documentation via email as well. I’m looking forward to our next appointment to continue the learning process. Thank you.”

“My experience with Klara so far has been wonderful. She is an amazing mix of cheerleader, confidante and advisor. And always extremely professional with really helpful and practical advice. I’m hoping I continue to make progress with her help.”

“Rachel is the best health practitioner that I have ever encountered. Her proactive approach to wellness has been a game-changer. Her knowledge, experience and approach is of the highest caliber.”

“This was our first appointment with Kristin. She was knowledgeable and seemed to generally care about helping my daughter.”

“This was my first meeting with Kristin. She listened to me and my concerns & goals for my seeking nutritional counseling. Kristen cleared up confusion I had concerning net carbs vs carb counts on labels. She answered all my questions clearly. I am looking forward to working with Kristin to develop healthy eating habits.”

“I really enjoyed Liz. She was so sweet and listened tentatively to all of my questions.

“She was very pleasant and personable. She really made me feel at ease and gave me such great advice.”

I absolutely love Caroline! She listened to everything I had to say, concerns, family history etc and gave great advice to start with and made a follow up for the following week. I wasn’t sure what to expect but, Caroline made it very easy.

Mrs. Kerr was very pleasant to talk to during our initial visit. I felt comfortable sharing my problems with her and did not feel judged. I am confident that she will be able to help me achieve my goals for improving my diet and overall health. I look forward to our next session. In the meantime, I will be using the Nourishly app that she recommended.

“Hey I feel pretty good about this. A1C from 8 to 7.4 in one month. I have also lost 12 pounds. Thanks for your help.”

Rachel was wonderful! Caring and personable. I really enjoyed our visit

Rebecca Bitzer and Associates, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, Maryland
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