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Non-Diet Nutrition Therapy

Stop Dieting and Obessing About Food and Find Balance

Heart Disease: Heart disease is the number 1 killer in the U.S. Numerous studies illustrated that health outcomes can improve markedly with dietary interventions. Identify the necessary lifestyle changes/diet modifications and the tools to implement these behaviors through a supportive one on one coaching program. Learning to manage a diagnosis of high cholesterol or high blood pressure can significantly minimize the chances of development of serious consequences, such as a heart attack and stroke

Weight Management:  According to the CDC, an estimated 97 million adults in the United
States are overweight or obese, a condition that has been shown to increaser risk of morbidity from
hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, gallbladder disease, osteoarthritis, sleep apnea, respiratory problems, and many types of cancer.  Apart from the physical consequences, overweight individuals may also suffer from social stigmatization and discrimination. Coaching sessions are focused on diet and lifestyle changes to support weight loss and maintenance.

Diabetes Management: It is imperative for people with diabetes to understand how food choices affect their bodies, and  how these choices influence successful disease management. A  well-crafted meal plan that considers your individual food preferences, level of physical activity and lifestyle choices is invaluable in controlling blood sugar levels. This can assist with and decreasing reliance on medication and minimizing the chances of other related health issues developing.

Early Stage or at risk for Chronic Kidney Disease: With Diabetes and high blood pressure being the two most common causes of Chronic Kidney Disease, it’s crucial to take control now to prevent kidney damage. Learn how to do this with a personalized nutrition plan.

Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 3: What you eat makes a difference and now is the prime time to take action. Discover what to eat to keep your kidneys strong and get you feeling energized and healthy.

Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 4 or 5: It is never too late to make nutrition and lifestyle changes to stay off dialysis and help you feel as good as possible for as long as possible.  An individualized nutrition plan can be effective in delaying the progression of kidney disease and  the need for dialysis or kidney transplantation.