Have you been struggling with your health? Ready to make the changes necessary to eat better, in order to feel better? We’re here to help guide you on that path to better nutrition, and better health.


Whether type 1, type 2 or gestational diabetes you will:

  • Get your blood sugar in control
  • Remove your confusion about what you can eat
  • Learn how to include your favorite foods
  • Have guidelines to start a more active life-style

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Preventive Services

  • For Individuals – We can help you to prevent medical problems like diabetes.
  • For Groups – We can work with your family or your employees to improve their health and eating habits.
  • Cooking Classes – Our “Cooking for One or Two” course was designed to help clients to eat healthy on a daily basis without a lot of time and work.

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Consulting Services

Our experienced Registered Dietitians  provide needed services such as patient care, menu planning, standards evaluations, weight loss programs and wellness lectures to:

  • Home Care agencies
  • Drug and alcohol facilities
  • Group Homes
  • Wellness Programs within communities or businesses
  • Community Programs

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We Can Help You

Lose weight, whether a child or an adult, by providing direction to:

  • Understand the issues that cause the extra weight
  • Know what to eat to lose weight
  • Know how much you need to eat to lose weight
  • Understand how much physical activity can help you to lose and maintain the loss

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Do We Need Fat in Our Diet?


YES! Fat plays an important role in our diet. The roles of fat include:

  • Absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, such as Vitamin A, D, E, and K
  • Keeps your hair, skin and nails healthy
  • Provides calories that can be used for energy
  • Stored to help insulate your body
  • Brain development (in babies)
  • Brain health (Omega-3 fats)
  • Blood clotting
  • Controls inflammation

However, there are different types of fat and it is sometimes difficult to know which fats are better to consume in moderation and which ones may cause future damage to the body if over-consumed. One of the worst kinds of fat for the body is trans fats, which should be avoided. Refer to the nutrition facts label and avoid trans fats and hydrogenated/partially-hydrogenated oils. The other types of fats are saturated and unsaturated. All fats contain both saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. Fats are referred to as saturated or unsaturated depending on how much of the type of fatty acid they contain.1


Saturated Fat:

Avoid or limit foods high in saturated fats…


Achieve your sports goals with a nutrition plan that is specific for your chosen sport by providing guidelines on:
  • What to eat
  • When to eat
  • How to hydrate for your event/sport

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Recover from an eating disorder by:

  • Providing a meal plan specific for your nutritional and calorie needs
  • Working with your team of doctor and counselor to help you become well and feel your best

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Manage medical problems like high cholesterol, triglycerides or blood pressure, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, diabetes, kidney disease, food allergies through medical nutrition therapy.

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