Susan Weiner, R.D.N., M.S., C.D.E., C.D.N
Susan Weiner a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator with a successful private practice in New York. Susan is a contributing medical producer for dLife TV and serves as a member of dLife's prestigious medical advisory board. Susan is the CDE for TheBestLife.com, a prominent health and weight loss website. Additionally, Susan's expertise was tapped for The Best Life Guide to Managing Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes (Simon & Schuster 2009). She is also the CDE for diabetessisters.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and advocacy of women with diabetes. Susan co-authored the "Medical Nutrition Therapy for Anemia" chapter for Krause's Food and the Nutrition Care Process. She is a valued contributor on a variety of nutrition topics – primarily weight management, diabetes and PCOS.
Susan is a well-respected lecturer for organizations such as the American College of Sports Medicine, and was the official sports nutritionist for the American Diabetes Association Walk America program. She was an adjunct professor of nutrition at Queens College for more than 13 years and taught at the Academy of Applied Personal Training Education at Hofstra University. Susan earned her Master's Degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Columbia University. She received a certificate in Adult Weight Management through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetic Association). Susan maintains her own diabetes nutrition website at www.susanweinernutrition.com. She was recently voted by iVillage as one of the top 10 nutritionist bloggers for diabetes education.
Susan's advice on dLife.com:
Chicken Florentine Supreme Lamb Soup Hush Puppies Stacked Tomato Salad Chocolate Truffle Cheesecake Savory Pita Chips Curry Cucumber Yogurt Salad Peanut Pear Salad Turkey and Rice Casserole Chipotle Black Bean Dip With Lime Tortilla Chips
Readers ask me all the time [lie] about the diabetes supplies we use for Charlie. I can’t tell you how many times  I’ve been stopped on the street [more lies] by a loyal blog reader wanting to know what blood glucose meter we use or what brand of finger pricker we employ. To calm the masses [not], I’ve decided the time is right to share our secret sauce; to reveal the tools of our trade. Today we take a look at … The Finger Pricker ...