Prevention of Disease: Visit a dietitian for a general nutrition check-in. Are you eating as well as you think you are? Are you bored with your food? Can't decipher nutrition labels and health claims? A dietitian can help you sort fact from fiction and identify ways to improve (and inspire) your diet and lifestyle.
Support during Disease
Any Gastrointestinal-related disorder, including GERD, Celiac Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and many more.
High Cholesterol or Heart Disease
Diabetes or insulin resistance (may be called "prediabetes")
Pregnancy: Before, during and after.
Weight Loss: You might know generally what you need to do, but meeting with a dietitian can be very helpful. Learn how to seperate diet myth from fact and find a plan that works for you long term.
Family Nutrition: A dietitian can help with new meal ideas that will please the entire family, discuss strategies to help picky eaters and ways to minimize conflict during meal times.
Sports Nutrition: Learn how to fuel your body for better performance and maximum energy.
Supplement Confusion: What is safe? What do you need? A dietitian has the knowledge and resources to help you sort it through.