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About Sue Gebo

A registered dietitian with a Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University and a Masters in Public Health Nutrition from the University of Michigan, Sue is the author of What’s Left to Eat (McGraw Hill, 1992), a book designed to clear up confusion around the safety of the food supply. In 2000, Sue became one of the first in her field to receive a Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management.  In 2010, Sue earned the credential Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE).

Sue serves as assistant professor in residence for the UConn Medical School as faculty for the UConn-St. Francis Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, where she provides nutrition training to family medicine physicians as well as to medical students.   She is also adjunct faculty at University of St. Joseph, where she teaches future dietitians, nurses, and teachers as well as nutrition graduate students.   In addition, Sue serves as consulting nutritionist to Wesleyan University, where she provides nutrition counseling to Wesleyan students through the campus Health Center.

Since opening her private practice in 1983, Sue has helped thousands of people take control of their diets.

Sue has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs across the country, including the CT Public Televison Women’s Health Series, the PBS special Women's Hearts at Risk and the PBS series America’s Walking.  She is a periodic guest on Connecticut radio and TV and is a popular speaker at community, corporate, and professional seminars.

Sue was selected as the 1994 Connecticut Dietetic Association's Recognized Dietitian of the Year.  She has received a variety of awards from the American Heart Association, including the 1992 "Time, Feeling, and Focus Award."  She is listed in Who's Who in American Education, Who’s Who of Amercian Women and Who’s Who in America.

An enthusiastic cook and gardener and an avid walker, Sue practices what she preaches!

 



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