Brittany Norem, RD, LDN

Diabetes Care & Education, Nutrition Services

Practices In: Lisle
Patients Seen: Adults

My per­son­al prac­tice style revolves strong­ly around the idea that change takes time. I want to work with you to make sus­tain­able changes that will last the course of a life­time rather than a few weeks. I like to make small, fea­si­ble changes in terms of nutri­tion and dietary habits that will impact your life in a pos­i­tive way. I love to talk so being open and hon­est about what changes may and may not work the best for you is very impor­tant to me. I want to work with you and hear all of your thoughts because I am ulti­mate­ly here to help you suc­ceed and meet your goals.

Languages
English
Clinical Interests

I have the hopes of becom­ing a Cer­ti­fied Dia­betes Edu­ca­tor with­in my pro­fes­sion as a Reg­is­tered Dietit­ian. With that being said, dia­betes care is one of my pro­fes­sion­al inter­ests espe­cial­ly work­ing with the ges­ta­tion­al dia­betes (GDM) pop­u­la­tion. Over­all, I would love to dive deep­er into the Wom­en’s Health field while con­tin­u­ing to expand on my knowl­edge and exper­tise in the dia­betes care specialty. 

Personal Interests

Out­side of being a Reg­is­tered Dietit­ian, I love to play golf with my fam­i­ly! I was a for­mer col­le­giate golfer at UIC and have worked at many golf cours­es, so golf will always be a big part of my free time. I also enjoy read­ing and could spend my entire day with my nose in a book!

Memberships
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Diabetes Dietetics Practice Group (DPG)
School
University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Graduation Date: 2020 Degree: Bachelor of Science in Nutrition

Procedures

Weight Management

Conditions

Cardiovascular, Celiac Disease, Diabetes – All types, Diverticular Disease, GERD, Gestational Diabetes, Women's Health