10 Reasons to See a Nutritionist

- Diet can affect mood. Come in to find out which foods you should avoid and which foods you should eat to increase energy and overall mood. 
 
- Sustainable meal planning. The internet is full of misinformation about diet. Come in and we can set the record straight. Different diets work for different people so seeing a nutritionist will allow the nutritionist to make a personalized diet for your preferences, goals, and lifestyle.
 
- Counseling for picky eaters and other unhealthy relationships with food and eating habits.
 
- Dietary needs for fertility and pregnancy. I can work with you to help you understand your dietary needs throughout the pregnancy as well as things to stay away from and why. 
 
- Athletic performance is affected by diet. There is a lot of misinformation about protein intake and what a healthy diet looks like for someone who is an athlete.
 
- Poor gut health can be the cause for other health problems. Gut health starts with a proper diet. 
 
- Abnormal lab values or chronic disease. High blood sugar, high triglycerides, high cholesterol, high blood pressure arthritis diabetes and autoimmune diseases can all be affected negatively or positively depending on your nutrition. So coming in and finding how to optimize your diet for your condition. 
 
- Accountability. People use personal trainers to keep them accountable for their physical fitness goals. I will be there for you along the way to keep you accountable for your nutritional goals.
 
- Find out what's getting in the way of you changing your diet. This could be because the diets you have tried in the past haven't been sustainable for you. 
 
- It is a judgement free zone. I am here to help you become the healthiest version of yourself. I will never judge your eating habits because we all started somewhere on our health journey

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