Page Love is an expert on sport nutrition and eating disorder issues particularly with elite athletics. In 1992, she founded Nutrifit Sport Therapy Inc., a company of professionals dedicated to helping clients reach their wellness goals through performance eating.
She has worked with professional players, college teams as well as individual athletes. Her past and current clients include the ATP Men’s Professional Tennis Tour, the Women’s Professional Tennis Tour (WTA), U.S. Tennis Association, the Atlanta Braves, U.S. Figure Skating, and U.S. Synchronized Swimming and she served as a nutrition consultant during the Olympic Games in 1992, 1996, 2000, and 2004.
Page’s tennis experience includes being a certified tennis teaching professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association and serves on the Sport Science Advisory Board for the Professional Tennis Registry. She played division one collegiate tennis at Baylor University and still plays competitive league tennis in Atlanta year round. She shares a passion to help young through professional tennis players learn how to better fuel and hydrate their bodies. She has just published a tennis sport nutrition specific education kit for players and coaches. See nutrifitga.com for more information. Page will also serve as the onsite dietitian for the US Open this year.
Page Love’s extensive credentials include being a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Specialist in Sport Dietetics of the American Dietetic Association, a strength and conditioning specialist certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, past president of the Atlanta Dietetic Association and past media spokesperson for the Georgia Dietetic Association. Page is often consulted by media both locally and nationally, and she has been featured many times as an expert by programs and publications such as CNN’s On the Menu, CNN Headline News, Peachtree Morning, Good Day Atlanta, Women’s Sports Illustrated, Tennis Magazine, People Magazine, WSB Radio, Z93 Radio, and Fox News.