How Can Dietitians Help?

Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease or High Blood Pressure: A Registered Dietitian serves as an integral part of your health-care team by helping you safely change your eating plan without compromising taste or nutrition.

Digestive Problems: A Registered Dietitian will work with your physician to help fine-tune your diet to control symptoms.

Pregnant or Breast Feeding Mothers: A Registered Dietitian can help make sure you get necessary nutrients like folate to lower your newborn’s risk for neural tube or spinal cord defects or iron, vitamin D, fluoride and B vitamins for you and your little one.

Eating Disorders: Anorexia, Bulimia, and Overweight Issues: A registered dietitian can suggest additional calorie sources for healthy weight gain or a restricted-calorie eating plan plus regular physical activity for weight loss while still eating all your favorite foods.

What to Eat as You Age: A Registered Dietitian can help with food or drug interaction, proper hydration, special diets for hypertension and changing taste buds as you age.

Smart Eating: A Registered Dietitian can help you sort through misinformation; learn how to read labels at the supermarket; discover that healthy cooking is inexpensive, learn how to eat out without ruining your eating plan and how to resist workplace temptations.

Improve Your Sports Performance: A Registered Dietitian can help you set goals to achieve results — whether you’re running a marathon, skiing or jogging with your dog.

Pediatric Nutrition Services: Our Registered Dietitians see patients under 18 and can help with formula intolerance, feeding difficulties, food allergies, diabetes, weight management, and more.