Services

Individual Nutritional Counseling

Our Nutritional Counseling begins with a 50 minute intake appointment where the nutritionist spends most of her time interviewing you to better understand your goals, current and past health conditions and how best to go forward. From there, follow-up appointments may be planned individually or in a package. We are happy to conduct appointments over the phone, or via Skype / Facetime, if getting to the office does not work for you.  (Note: Insurance coverage mandates in-person visits at this time.  We’re lobbying for telehealth and will keep our clients updated.)  We also offer free 20-minute Meet and Greets over the phone for those that want to learn more about our approach and how nutritional counseling can help them achieve their health goals.

Free Meet and Greet

During the 20-minute phone conversation, we will discuss our approach to nutrition, get to know one another a little, review your needs and goals, and together we will decide how to move forward.

Intake Appointment (50 minutes)

Discuss your goals, review your medical and nutrition history and knowledge level, explore current food intake and lifestyle choices, map out your plan, and schedule your next session.  Occasionally we have time to start working on your plan.

Individual Follow Up Appointments (50 minutes)

Follow-up appointments are also 50 minutes.  These are where we work through the plan established in the Intake appointment.  We also work to maintain your energy and enthusiasm so that you see your goals come to life.

Grocery Store Tours

We go to your favorite grocery or explore a new, healthy one and learn how to shop for your health. Discounted monthly group tours, if enough interest, or private sessions via appointment.

Pantry Overhauls

A special kind of cleanse, you and your nutritionist delve into your cupboards together to discuss what’s in there already and what could be better options.

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