Scott Davis



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Patient Populations:

Men, LGBTQIA+, Older adults, Patients with ADHD/ADD, Patients with depression, Patients with PTSD/history of trauma, Women

About Scott

I decided to become a registered dietitian because I enjoy working with people to achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. I’m passionate about helping patients with diabetes to optimize their glucose management and increase their understanding about their disease state.

I have been a dietitian since 2015 and have worked in a wide variety of settings from skilled nursing facilities to hospitals to outpatient clinics, helping patients to address a variety of health concerns through nutrition education and counseling.

Get To Know Scott

Favorite cultural dish or comfort food: Pasta with homemade tomato sauce

Go-to morning beverage: Water – hydration is important.

Favorite thing to purchase at the farmer’s market: Fresh seasonal fruit, especially berries

Sleep ritual I never forget: Turning on white noise machine

What I listen to for inspiration: Jocko Willink

Favorite recipe: Black Bean and kale enchilada casserole

Favorite book/TV show/movie: On the Road by Jack Kerouac, Mad Men, On the Waterfront

Grocery shopping tip: Have a list and a plan

What’s one small thing someone can do today to work toward a balanced eating pattern/lifestyle? Talk to a dietitian. Most people are highly misinformed when it comes to nutrition and dietary patterns. Talking to a professional can help change “one day” into “Day One” of improving your health and wellbeing.

A habit you swear by: Exercise first thing every morning, even if it’s only for 10-15 minutes. It puts you in a mindset of accomplishment and gets those endorphins pumping. Once you start the day with one healthy decision, it’s easier to make more.

Nutrition philosophy in a nutshell: All foods can fit into a healthy eating pattern with proper planning. Learn to incorporate more healthful foods more often and those less healthy choices have less of a damaging impact when we eat them on occasion. There is room for both health and enjoyment in choosing a more nutritious eating pattern.


Master of Science in Nutrition, Texas Woman’s University

Dietetic Internship:
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, TX

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