Working with a Registered Dietitian
We all know that eating and maintaining a healthy diet is key to achieving good health, especially if you’re trying to lower your cholesterol, but with often conflicting diet advice on the market — cutting out carbs versus eating complex carbs, or eating low-fat foods versus foods with “good” fats — it can be tough to know what actually constitutes good nutrition. Not to mention that everyone’s body is different and diet advice is not always a one size fits all.
If you're struggling to understand what makes a diet healthy — and how to make healthy eating a lifestyle, not a temporary fix — a registered dietitian can help. It is critical to meet with a registered dietitian who is highly trained in the science of nutrition along with the physiology of the body. A registered dietitian is certified and trained in using diet to manage or prevent health problems, but a nutritionist may not be. A dietitian can help you spot unhealthy foods, and stick to healthy choices without spending a fortune on groceries.
Because food labels and recommendations can be very confusing, a registered dietitian can help you to sort through all of the confusion and help make choosing foods much easier, and usually save you a lot of money in food costs as well.
Consultations--Individual, Couples, or Family
Grocery Store Cruise and Grocery Store Tour
Kitchen & Pantry Makeover
Weight Management Packages
Workplace Wellness Programs, Seminars, and Workshops