What’s a Dietitian and How Can They Help Me?
A dietitian is different from a nutritionist or health coach. Dietitians spend years becoming a dietitian — they study rigorous curriculums, pass board exams, are licensed, can take insurance, and are allowed to work with clients who have medical conditions.
A dietitian is uniquely qualified to assess how to best meet the nutritional needs of you or your child. Your Nurturing Nutrition dietitian will integrate that information with knowledge of lifestyle and food preferences to come up with a plan that improves health and is easy to stick to.
Contact Nurturing Nutrition today — we’re happy to answer your questions about what we do and get you set up with your first appointment.
Why Should I Choose Nurturing Nutrition?
At Nurturing Nutrition, we firmly believe in providing a comfortable, supportive environment and the importance of getting to know each individual client. Everyone has different goals, learns at a different pace, and is dealing with their own unique struggles. We listen to your preferences, your needs—and your wants—and carefully consider them when designing your custom nutrition plan. We will never just “tell you what to eat.” Instead, we educate you about nutrition and how it can help your particular situation so it’s easier for you to consistently make good food choices.
Satisfied Client …
After my daughter’s doctor referred me, I’ve been working with Stephanie and Nurturing Nutrition for two years in which time my daughter has lost weight, gained confidence, and learned a tremendous amount about nutrition and what different foods do for our bodies. Stephanie speaks to her in a kid-friendly manner helping her understand the importance of nutrition, and Stephanie never makes me feel like I have failed my daughter. Together, we strategize ways to improve what we’re doing between appointments. The greatest benefit of working with Nurturing Nutrition is that it’s not only changed my daughter’s approach to eating, but my entire family’s as well.