Wilson Nutrition

From Overwhelmed to Empowered:

Your Partner for Simplified Nutrition

“I really enjoy working with Charlene. She is very personable. She is also very knowledgeable and has helped me with my eating habits and has gotten me on the right track… She is also now working with my husband and having both of us on the same page has helped us. Our blood work numbers are backed down where they need to be. Feeling great and being more active. Thank you Charlene!!”

-Jamie G., Suwanee


Translating the science of nutrition into personalized strategies

Meet Charlene Wilson, MS, RDN, LD, CDCES

Hello and welcome! I’m Charlene Wilson, a passionate and dedicated Registered Dietitian committed to empowering individuals on their journey to optimal health and well-being. With several years in nutrition in a variety of settings, I bring a wealth of experience in translating the science of nutrition into practical, personalized strategies.

Providing evidence-based advice and support

Let’s Work Together

My approach emphasizes an individualized view of health, considering not only dietary habits but also lifestyle factors that contribute to overall wellness. Whether you’re seeking guidance on diabetes management, sports nutrition, chronic disease prevention, or simply looking to cultivate a healthier relationship with food, I am here to provide evidence-based advice and support. Let’s work together to achieve your nutrition goals and foster lasting, positive changes in your life.

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Does any of this sound familiar?

A doctor telling you need to lose weight but providing no guidance?
Having no energy at the end of the day?

Feeling overwhelmed with all the nutrition and diet information on social media?

Weight is not an indicator of health

Weight is not a sole indicator of health because health is a complex and multifaceted concept. Several factors contribute to overall well-being, and focusing solely on weight can overlook important aspects of a person’s health. As a dietitian, I take a comprehensive health assessment and consider various factors, including physical, mental, and metabolic aspects. I approach health with a holistic perspective, emphasizing overall well-being rather than fixating solely on weight as a measure of health.


I specialize in several areas listed below. I also offer meal planning as a stand alone service, or as an add-on with any of my services.


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Diabetes Care

Managing diabetes may be overwhelming at times. Whether you are recently diagnosed or have been dealing with diabetes for years, working with a dietitian and diabetes educator can improve your glucose management and reduce your risk of complications.


Sports Nutrition

Whether you are an athlete or an avid exerciser, working with a dietitian can help you improve strength, energy levels, and performance. The best way to achieve maximum results is through the development of an individualized nutrition plan.

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Chronic Conditions

Making sustainable and realistic lifestyle changes can help you improve blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, manage PCOS or improve other chronic conditions.

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Meal Planning

Struggling with what meals to make or how to jump start making changes to your diet? Having a personalized 14-day meal plan tailored to your individual needs and preferences can help you get started.

Certified, Licensed, and Insured

About Wilson Nutrition

Locally Owned and Operated

Wilson Nutrition operates out of Suwanee, Georgia in the metro Atlanta area. You can meet with me at my office, or through telehealth.

Knowledge and Experience

I am a Licensed Dietitian, a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, and a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

Health Focus

I focus on a person's health, not a number on the scale. I work with you and your lifestyle to imporve your overall quality of life.

Nationally credentialed and licensed in Georgia

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

Registered dietitians (RD) are nationally credentialed and licensed in the state of Georgia. RDs provide medical nutrition therapy and counseling. Nutritionists cannot provide medical nutrition counseling or diagnose or treat illnesses. Dietitians must first earn a bachelor’s degree and are required to obtain a master’s degree. To receive the RD credential, prospective dietitians must complete more than 1,000 hours of clinical experience and pass a national exam. In short, all dietitians are nutritionists, but not all nutritionists are dietitians.

What to Expect

Dietary Assessment

I will delve into your current eating patterns, exploring the nuances of your diet to gain a clear understanding of your nutritional intake.

Health History and Lifestyle Exploration

Understanding your health history, existing medical conditions, medications, and allergies is crucial. We’ll also discuss your lifestyle, including fitness routines and overall health goals.

Preferences and Challenges

Your preferences matter. We’ll talk about your likes and dislikes, cooking skills, and potential challenges you may face in maintaining a realistic, balanced diet.

Some of My Happy Clients

Health Insurance Plans Accepted

I provide a safe non-judgemental environment for all my patients.

Are you ready to feel better?

let’s go with yes!