A licensed nutritionist can give your diet a “checkup,” and
offer you ways to:
- Change your diet
- Boost your energy
- Lose weight
- Control food cravings
- Boost metabolism
- Boost your immunity
A licensed nutritionist can help you improve many conditions, including:
- Heart disease or high cholesterol
- Diabetes or glucose intolerance
- Obesity or weight loss
- Food allergies
- HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Liver disorders
- Kidney disorders
- PMS or menopause
- Vegetarian eating
Did you know?
- Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast revs up your metabolism. In fact, people who skip breakfast may gain up to 1pound every 6 weeks.
- Up to 80% of people on a diet gain their weight back within 6 months.
- There are only 3 foods that are high in cholesterol (eggs, organ meats and squid). Then what is raising your cholesterol?
- Eating 7-9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day can lower your cancer and heart disease risk by 30%!
- Eating a heftier lunch can help you lose weight! Eating 3-4 oz. of protein (beans, meat, cheese, chicken, tuna or tofu) at lunch everyday can cause you to eat 20% less at dinner.
- Dehydration can decrease your body's calorie burning potential. Add a few cups of water a day and boost your metabolism by 3-5%!
- Eating peanuts and walnuts several times a week may save your life! Peanuts boost your good cholesterol (HDL) while walnuts make the blood less sticky and less likely to cause blood clots.
- Did you know that cinnamon may actually lower your blood sugar levels? This is good news for people with diabetes.
- Did you know that blueberries may protect brain cells from aging and may actually improve your memory? Eat blueberries several times a week!
- Did you know that Vitamin C can actually help you fight physical and mental stress? Add an orange, orange juice, bell peppers, strawberries or grapefruit to your diet and see the difference!
- Eating more fiber can help you lose weight. People who eat more fiber tend to consume fewer calories. Studies have found that people who eat at least 20 grams of fiber a day, may reduce their calorie intake by 130 fewer calories a day. That can add up to 14 pounds a year.
Our nutritionists will decipher the vast amount of nutrition information available today, guide you as you change your diet, and help you reach optimum health.