Charmaine Jones is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Food Jonezi. Her areas of expertise includes personalized nutrition counseling, development & implementation of corporate wellness programs. In addition to managing her own practice, she is an adjunct professor at the University of District of Columbia, where she teaches food science and introduction of nutrition. She is passionate about empowering her students to learn how to live healthier lifestyles during and after college.
Charmaine works along with a team of registered dietitians, licensed nutritionists and professional chefs. The Food Jonezi team facilitates nutrition education workshops with healthy cooking classes. Our team strives to create healthy recipes that are cultural appropriate to all ethnic groups.
Charmaine has been featured on world-known online magazines and blogs such as Active Times.com, Ehow.com, and Livestrong.com. She authored “Do I have to Eat Like White People?” that was featured in the Huffington Post and was recognized as the story of the week by Huffington Post's Editor in Chief.
The Food Jonezi's philosophy is that “All individuals, regardless of your socioeconomic background, deserve a healthy life.”
We are dedicated to serving all individuals and ensuring each of them has access to proper food and nutrition education to achieve optimal health. Become part of Team Food Jonezi by joining one of our memberships at www.foodjonezi.com. @FoodJonezi
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