Janice Baker is a Registered Dietitian /Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist, Certified Nutrition Support Clinician, and Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management.
Janice J Baker is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified diabetes care and education specialist, certified nutrition support clinician and board certified in advanced diabetes management in San Diego CA and has over 41 years of experience in the field of medical nutrition therapy and diabetes management, along with experience in working with those with eating disorders and disordered eating. She graduated from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo with her degree in nutrition science in 1981.
You can contact Janice for more information about her services at email@example.com and follow her Facebook page at Baker Nutrition
Janice Baker, MBA, RD, CDE, CNSC, BC-ADM
Starring Mr. Divabetic, Best-Selling Author Tonya Kappes, Mama Rose Marie, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDCES, Maryann Horst Nicolay MEd, NTDR, Kathie Dolgin aka 'High Voltage,' Seveda Williams, Catherine Schuller, Dave Jones, and Lorraine Brooks. Produced by Leisa Chester Weir. Special thanks to our colleague, the multi-talented Wendy Radford.
Blog Talk link: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/divatalkradio1/2023/01/16/divabetic-mysteries-tomorrow-is-not-on-the-menu-part-8
This is the Happy Diabetic Kitchen--- In this episode, we will hear from some of my very good friends in the diabetic community who will share their personal goals for the New Year! So, get ready! We are stepping into the New Year together exploring ideas for a happy healthy lifestyle way of eating!
It’s time to gather your thoughts, journals and goals for a New Year’s refresh.
As someone who’s trying to live my best diabetic life, New Year’s is an opportunity to reset, regroup, and revitalize.
I want to have revolution of goals and ideas… not a revolt! Keep an open mind… Stay open to possibilities of trying something new.
That said, it’s best to get a head start on your New Year’s resolutions now.
It just isn’t going to happen. But, if you stand firm in actually sticking to your resolutions this year.
So, whether you want to get back on that fitness grind, sharpen certain skills or be more productive, we have invited some amazing folks who live in the diabetic space every day to tell you about their list of the top New Year’s resolutions to give you inspiration for 2023.
I think it will inspire you…
Our guests on the podcast:
Guest New Year Resolutions
Max Mr. Divabetic -
You know him as Mr. Divabetic, the fruit suit clad man-about-town. He is the resident master of ceremonies and happy healthcare anchor on Diva TalkRadio, a podcast channel featuring diabetes edu-tainment and information. When he re-appears from the studio booth and sheds his pineapple and watermelon jacket, he transforms into the mild-mannered, yet passionate Max Szadek, the founder and executive director of Divabetic and WEGO Health Activist Award nominee.
Inspired by his former boss, Luther Vandross, who suffered in silence with his diabetes, Max founded Divabetic to encourage women and their families to accept a diabetes diagnosis boldly, with a Glam More, Fear Less attitude. With a background in entertainment and armed with a team of diabetes health and wellness educators, fashionistas.
Mr. Divabetic’s enthusiasm is infectious, and you can follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and his world-famous blog for diabetes news, updates, and all things pop culture.
“I’m on a mission to change attitudes in those affected by diabetes to stay healthy and upbeat about their care so they can continue to enjoy the glamorous life.” - Max Szadek
25 - Interview With a Dietician
Kimberly Stuart, she holds degrees from St. Olaf College and the University of Iowa. She learned lots of interesting things at these fine institutions, none of which prepared her for the lethal cocktail of parenthood and writing. Stuart is the author of eight published novels, including the Heidi Elliott series, Act Two, Stretch Marks, Operation Bonnet, Sugar, and Heart Land. She is a frequent public speaker and is passionate about helping others live great stories. Kimberly lives, plays, works in Des Moines, Iowa, where she makes her home with one forgiving husband, three wily kids and a black Schnauzer named Scout.
Dr. Bill Polonsky is Associate Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the University of California San Diego. He received his PhD in clinical psychology from Yale University and has served as Senior Psychologist at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, faculty member at Harvard Medical School and Chairman of the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators.
Cindy Lewis my wife/partner of 42 years. Cindy has been what I like to call a type 3 diabetic, she has been my support, my helper my supporter my diabetic champion since my diagnosis in 1998.