Nutrition, Activity,
Sleep, Stress,
Herbs & Supplements

My Nutrition Outlook

There are many ways to live a healthy lifestyle. The difficult part is uncovering the lifestyles YOU enjoy. Instead of copying someone else’s lifestyle and struggling through the resistance, you could design your own.

I’m your nutritionist and together, we’ll find lifestyle changes that support your health.

Individual Nutrition Assessment

  • Constitution
  • Condition
  • Context
  • Commitment Level

Health & Nutrition Consulting

  • Nutrition Knowledge
  • Understanding your Health Condition(s)
  • Motivation Building
  • Identifying Priorities

Exploring Nutrition & lifestyle Options

  • Babystep Goals
  • Skill Building
  • Self-Reflection
  • Mistakes & Solutions

The learning process takes effort. But with knowledge, mindfulness, and a bit of trial and error, you can achieve your nutrition and health goals.

Nutrition Therapy Specialties

Blood Sugar Balance & Diabetes
Heart Health & Cholesterol
Digestive Tract Issues
Preventative Health
Supplements & Herbal Medicine

FAQ

It’s common for people to think their nutritionist will tell them they have to “eat this way” and “stop eating those foods.” While many professionals may give this advice, I know it doesn’t support long-lasting results.

When we work together, my job is to inform and problem-solve with you. Then,we come up with possible changes together. These changes can be focused on nutrition,physical activity, sleep, stress, or supplemental/herbal when relevant. In the end, you decide on a change you’d like to try.

The change can be as simple as eating a serving of fresh fruit five days a week or as complex as switching to a Mediterranean diet. When we meet again, we’ll review your experience with the change and consider your next steps.

Luckily, there are many roads to your health goal. If you aren’t interested or motivated by a specific nutrition strategy, we’ll develop something new. Ultimately, it’s all about sustainable changes for lifelong health, so there’s no need to stick with methods that don’t work.

It’s typical to meet a nutritionist weekly for 55 minutes for the first 4-6 weeks. Everyone has lots to learn when they first talk with a nutrition expert, and many are trying to find the motivation to change their diet pattern. Regular, weekly meetings have proven to help jumpstart behavior changes. However, it’s absolutely up to you if you’d like to meet more often or less.
lifestyl. in Nutrition works within network for a handful of insurance companies. If you’d like to use your insurance, contact me before scheduling, and we’ll determine your coverage.
My training included nutrition for all medical conditions impacted by diet. Food allergies, kidney & liver health, lifecycle nutrition, weight management, cancer (prevention and complementary care), inflammatory conditions including chronic inflammatory response syndrome, men’s health, etc. My specialties lie in cardiovascular diseases, gastrointestinal tract issues, and conditions related to blood sugar (diabetes).

lifestyles in Nutrition is an outpatient clinic and does not provide medical treatments. However, I can collaborate with your team if you’re receiving medical treatment from another facility and are interested in additional nutrition consulting or a complimentary care plan.

If you’re concerned about a condition not listed, call me. We can chat about what you and I would be able to work on together.

I can see individuals, couples, families, or other groups. It’s often helpful to bring family members and get them on the same page. Having family support helps immensely.

I don’t organize group nutrition education. However, I can lead your group through nutrition education or facilitate nutrition-related support groups. Guest speaking is another option. Contact me if you’d like more information.