I am passionate about my mission to help clients achieve healthier relationships with food. I feel there is no such thing as perfect eating, but instead an ability to learn healthy lifestyle behaviors that lead to the ultimate goal: nutrition wellness.
I began my fifteen years of experience at Children's Medical Center of Dallas in the Center for Pediatric Psychiatry's Eating Disorders Program, Center for Pediatric Endocrinology and the Acute Care General Pediatrics Unit.
I broadened my spectrum of care to adolescent and elderly clients by providing nutrition consultant services for troubled youth and long-term care facilities.
I also completed a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling in 2009 to enhance my ability to utilize cognitive behavioral therapy for lifestyle changes that promote nutrition wellness.
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition at the University of Texas at Austin
Registered and Licensed Dietitian
Master of Arts in Professional Counseling at Argosy University
"As a cardiologist, my patients' dietary habits are a top priority for me. Angela Lovell has helped many of achieve their diet goals. This may be weight loss, or just education on adjusting their diet towards more healthy choices. She has also been very good at the psychological aspect of dieting. Staying motivated and having willpower is more than half the battle. I'd recommend anyone who wants to lose weight or eat healthier to see Angela."
-Brian Schwartz, MD, FACC
Advanced Heart Care Concierge Cardiology of Texas
"She helped me understand how to change some of my bad (unhealthy) habits. I feel so much better already. Thanks to her, I feel empowered by the knowledge of healthier habits."
Nutrition Therapy and Wellness does both individual and group education sessions for a variety of clients- individual, corporate and educational seminars.
This was our last speaking engagement regarding the Special Dietary Needs for Seniors at the beautiful Sunrise Senior Living in Plano.