Peggy is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a Master’s degree in Science and Human Sciences from Texas A&M University-Kingsville and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences with a concentration in nutrition from Texas State University. She completed her internship at Texas A&M University-Kingsville and trained with highly specialized physicians and dietitians in the area of diabetes, kidney disease and weight management. Peggy helps people find freedom from diets and chronic health conditions through the power of real food.
BCBS (Blue Cross Blue Shield), UHC (United Health Care),
Humana (Only Diabetes), ABA (Assured Benefits Administrator)
Medicare, Medicaid (UHC, Driscoll & Traditional)
I want to thank Peggy for helping me with my A1C as I recently discovered I had diabetes. In three months she was able to help me get it from a 10 which is very high to a 4.9 that is excellent. I thank God for her and to the medicines that got me to my goal, but I give credit to her diet plan and meals that changed me all together. I give her a big thumbs up.
After seeing how happy my parents were with the meals I finally asked how affordable it was. I was very surprised to learn eating healthy was possible with my budget. My diet has been garbage since leaving the military and doing jobs that involved long odd hours. I've always been in a struggle with lack of time/money when it came to eating healthy. My idea of "portion control" and "dieting" was skipping meals and eating until I was full. Now though, eating well is affordable and delicious!
My experience with Ms. Peggy has been a great one and I'm glad to have been able to meet her. I found her very knowledgeable, especially when she explained to me about what kind of food I can eat and how to check them. Ms. Peggy was attentive and passionate when it came to nutrition, especially the kind that are healthy and good. She answered any questions I had and my family had as well. I have been eating much healthier and better ever since my visit with Ms. Peggy. Before I would eat junk food that wasn't good for my health.