These Black Female Nutritionists Who Will Change The Way You Think About Food

As more and more Black women look to make health and wellness a priority, these nutritionists are paving the way.
Kimberly Wilson Nov, 14, 2018

A great nutritionist can do wonders for your health.

And as Black women, it’s imperative that we make our health a first priority. Why? First and foremost, the statistics are startling. For example: Four out of five African American women are overweight or obese, One out of five African American adults has diabetes and African Americans are almost twice as likely to die from heart disease and stroke compared to Whites.

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No one will help us, unless we help ourselves. And the first key to changing our relationship with our health, is changing our relationship with our bodies, and the way we look at food.

I’m making the pledge for myself, and I hope you will join me.

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It’s time for Black women to make health and wellness a priority. If you’re unsure of where to start, these nutritionists can help.