I'm a licensed and insured registered dietitian and chef with a lifelong passion for food.  I went straight into culinary school and as I was finishing up, took a job cooking in a hospital where I decided I would go back to school to become a dietitian. After completing my undergrad and dietetic internship, my first official dietitian role was as a foodservice director in a hospital.   Several years ago I transitioned into a role in corporate wellness and provide services to several local, national, and global clients.  I enjoy spending my spare time working with individuals who are interested in making positive changes in their diet and lifestyle to achieve their own personal success.  

If you are looking for someone to show you the proper cooking techniques or recipe/ingredient  modification to meet dietary needs, I'm the right person.  When others say there's nothing to eat in the kitchen, I am always able to make something delicious from what is simply laying around.  


i have a certification in adult weight management, and my view on weight loss is simple, do not omit foods, but focus on making better choices and using the theory of everything in moderation.   

 

  • Registered Dietitian with CDR (ID Number 1048861)
  • Licensed Dietitian in the State of Texas 
  • Level 1 Certificate in Adult Weight Management
  • Dietetic Internship - Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition and Foods - University of Houston
  • Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts - The Art Institute of Houston
  • Master's of Business Administration - LSU Shreveport (expected 2019)

Culinary tips

dietitian and Chef

About Amy

Own Your Diet

Cook and divide 1 pound of cooked pasta into 8 servings, top with 1/2 cup tomato sauce and you now have a 250 calorie bundle..  Freeze & Microwave when ready.


Purchase one new food or ingreidnet you have never tried before, research it and try it out!