Sue Rose

Sue Rose, MS, RD, LDN

Sue is a mother and grandmother. In addition to spending time with her family, she enjoys the company of her golden retriever and two cats. She also enjoys gardening, landscaping, interior design, reading a good fiction book, and time with friends.

Sue is a lifelong learner. For additional professional enrichment, she completed college nursing courses in pharmacology and human anatomy, further deepening her perspective on your medical and nutritional needs.

As a seasoned nutritional professional, Sue is able to relate to needs of clients across all lifestyle stages and circumstances. With almost 40 years of health and lifestyle counseling experience, she knows that each person is unique and has distinct concerns and goals. Sue will help you accomplish your goals by offering support, expertise, and decades of experience.

Professional Qualifications

  • Almost 40 years working in the field of foods and nutrition
  • 30 years in private practice
  • Received a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois, Champaign, in Human Nutrition and Hospital Dietetics
  • Received a master's degree from the University of Iowa in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Registered Dietitian and Illinois Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist
  • Past adjunct faculty, Harper College, Palatine, IL
  • Credit classes in the Nursing Program at Oakton Community College
  • Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Member of the IL Dietetic Association
  • Past President of the North Suburban Dietetic Association of Illinois
  • Author of numerous consumer health and nutrition articles currently available online (English and Spanish translation)

If you're a journalist or producer seeking an objective viewpoint on your nutrition or health related article or project, please contact me at 847.692.3438 or mydietmatters@yahoo.com. I am always receptive to lending professsional insight on various topics in nutrition and wellness. Recent assistance has been lent to Chicago Parent Magazine and Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism students.