Nutrition Counseling is individualized based on each client’s unique goals, needs, and preferences.
- Complete nutrition history
- Food intake analysis
- Nutritional status evaluation
- Diet instruction
- Suggested meal plans/menus
- Weekly weigh-in
- Refrigerator raid and pantry make-over
- Cooking demonstration with recipe ideas
- Recipe renovation
- Grocery store tour
- Kidney Disease
- Heart Disease
- High Cholesterol
- High Blood Pressure
- Gastrointestinal Disease
- Gestational Diabetes
- Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing)
Initial sessions are approximately an hour long and typically include:
- Discussing short-term and long-term health goals, current food habits, and food preferences
- Obtaining current measurements to chart your progress (optional), overall diet and medical history
- Identify potential barriers to success.
- Developing a customized strategy to achieve health goals i.e. individualized meal plan, intuitive eating homework, food journal, etc.
Follow-up sessions vary according to the client’s needs and goals, and can include everything from navigating the grocery store to eating healthy while eating out. An in-depth analysis of your food intake will also help you track your continual progress.