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How I Can Be Your Nutrition Advocate
Discovery meeting Customized nutrition plan Concierge service daily or weekly coaching sessions by phone, email or Skype

Weight Loss Guidance

Whether you want to just start eating healthier or loose weight and start a new life style I can help you reach your goals, for you and your whole family.


With the obesity epidemic causing major diseases for Americans it just makes good sense to look objectively at your health goals to prevent issues by shaping up now!


With individual counseling based on your personalized lifestyle situation I can help you  plan your meals, snacks, exercise and work out all the details that you may feel are getting in the way of your success.


There is always a solution to issues people may have with food and we will explore together what they may be and I will give you the tools to make it happen.


With many avenues open to you such as office visits, home, Skype, or phone you won’t be alone with my guidance.


I provide Weight Loss Packages of 4,6, 8 and 10 weeks so you will have a custom designed plan just for you.


Please contact me so we can get started. Your new healthy life awaits. 


Diabetes and Renal Disease Education

Gluten-Free Diet and Celiac Disease Education

Celiac disease, also known as gluten intolerance, is a generic disorder that affects at least 1 in 133 Americans.  Let me help you understand your condition and work with you to create a diet that will work with your busy schedule.

How I can help you with your eating disorder

Registered Dietitians play an integral component of treatment for patients with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other eating disorders (EDs) effecting

approximately 8 million Americans at any given time.



The crucial interjection of the dietitian during assessment and treatment of the patient can identify issues early and used as a guideline during treatment.


What does the dietitian do for the patient with ED?  Many areas of nutrition assessment can help the ED patient working with a Registered Dietitian.


A food history can be valuable to acknowledge deficiencies in a patients diet before the lab work indicates dangerous inefficiencies.


Accompanying emotions to food logs can allow the dietitian to individualize food plans to allow for normal eating to emerge.


The registered dietitian explores with the client the type and quantity of food the client is eating and in turn educate the client on what foods are important based on supplyingan individual with the proper nutrients for a healthy body.


The Registered Dietitian educates the client through discussion about the need of fat, protein and carbohydrate for the body and there effect on the clients health.


How effects of laxative and diuretic abuse can harm the body.


What is the client’s metabolic rate on restricting food, bingeing, purging and dieting?


Motivational interviewing is used by the Dietitian to help work with the client to enhance the possibility for behavioral change.


This helps to prevent the poor readiness to change aspect which has a direct correlation with body weight.


The dietitian works with the client to establish what is real hunger and fullness signals, and how to feel comfortable eating in social settings.


Based on lab reports the dietitian will suggest supplementrequirements if needed during the normalization of eating patterns.


Working with the client to clear up questions about food byteaching how to read food labels to clear up thoughts about“fear foods” and “binge foods”.


Integrating the client’s therapy for discovery of individual issues that apply to the meal plans for recovery.


It has been shown that when a Dietitian is working with the interdisciplinary team of mental health specialists the weight of the ED patient increases and has a direct effect on the outcomes.


“The dietitians role in the individual with an eating disorder “is supported by the American Psychological Association, the Academy for Eating Disorders and American Academy of Pediatrics.


It is noted that an RD may be the first to recognize an individual’s ED symptoms or be the first health-care professional consulted by a patient for this condition.


Eating Disorders and their treatment are a complex undertaking and it is important for clients as well as the health care team for Eating Disorders to realize and utilize the invaluable contribution of the Registered Dietitian in the treatment of this serious illness.