One of the best ways to guarantee healthy eating habits is to discover transformations of your usual, go-to home recipes. In honor of National Nutrition Month, you’ll learn how to makeover your favorite recipes with registered dietitian Roniece Weaver, executive director and founding partner of Hebni Nutrition Consultants, Inc., a community-based, not-for-profit agency formed in 1995 to educate culturally diverse, high-risk populations about nutrition strategies. Weaver demonstrates two recipes full of flavor, a Green Goddess Chicken Salad Sandwich and Best of Kale Soup.
Recipes demonstrated during this program can be found here.
This program is presented by Ronience Weaver, MS RD LD, and hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About the Program Presenter
Roniece Weaver is the executive director and founding partner of Hebni Nutrition Consultants, Inc., a community-based, not-for-profit agency formed in 1995 to educate high-risk, culturally diverse populations about nutrition strategies to prevent diet-related diseases. Hebni’s mission is to provide culturally appropriate nutrition education and intervention strategies to prevent diet-related diseases. Her company is widely known for the development of the original Soul Food Pyramid and the Soul Food Plate, a culturally sensitive food guide nutrition tool. Hebni’s programs, educational tools, and diabetes cookbooks have been featured by the Orlando Sentinel, USA Today, Newsweek, Today’s Dietician, CNN, and televised on shows such as “On the Menu” and “Woman’s Today.” Weaver is also a registered and licensed dietician. She received her Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition from the University of Florida. She holds her Master of Science degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Saint Francis. Weaver keeps a busy schedule lecturing nationally and instructing locally on various nutrition topics and current health issues related to food and nutrition. Additionally, she served on the National Board for the American Diabetes Association(ADA); National Advocacy Committee for ADA, Past-Trustee for Health Central Hospital, and West Orange County District, Board Member for Florida Hospital Community Health Impact Council, and Board of Directors for the Central Florida Partnership in Health Disparities. Her many contributions have been recognized by receipt of the President’s Award from the National Medical Association Auxiliary, the African American Chamber and the President’s Award for Alum of the Year from the President of The University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL.