I will take the time to listen closely and to understand where you are right now in terms of your lifestyle and diet, and work with you to help achieve your goals. I’ll find out your objectives and reasons for wanting to see a nutrition counselor (Lifestyle Educator). I’ll review your medical history, including any medications and supplements you’re currently taking. Then I’ll delve into your lifestyle to get a sense of your stress levels, sleep patterns, energy levels, exercise, and gastrointestinal function. It will be helpful for to you write down everything you ate in the past 24-72 hours prior to the appointment. With that guidance, I can begin to discuss your dietary preferences and cooking habits, and identify trouble spots, like skipping breakfast or late-night snacking. From there, I’ll develop some initial pointers to help you start eating healthier.
Lots of people can benefit from working with a nutrition counselor (Lifestyle Educator), for many different reasons–whether you need a complete diet overhaul, are looking to manage a medical condition, want to fine-tune your food choices, or get inspiration for new, healthy recipes.
The following are just a few of the conditions that can benefit specifically from dietary interventions: