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Who Do We Help? Conditions Improved By Better Nutrition

Who do we help? The answer to that is ‘Everyone.’  What conditions can be improved by better nutrition? A lot of people default to diabetes…BUT good nutrition is something we should all be concerned with. It is the very cornerstone of your health and wellness. Take a look at our case studies to read some real-life examples of how better nutrition has helped people improve their health in the face of some severe diagnoses.

No matter your health status or your goals, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist from The Nutrition Professionals can help you develop a healthy plan to help you achieve all your wellness goals.

What does a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Do?

The role of a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is to translate the science of nutrition into sustainable lifestyle changes. That’s where your success comes from.  As a group RDN medical practice, our team provides the best, most relevant information for you in your lifestyle.

We meet you where you are, and work closely with your doctors, to help you – our clients – be successful in your journey to health and wellness.

Food is what fuels our bodies; the quality and consistency of our diet contributes to our overall wellness. Working with a qualified RDN is something everyone can benefit from, however, there are certain conditions, goals, and situations that absolutely require the help of a Nutrition Professional. Check out the list below for more specific details of who we can help.

Guiding a Healthier You

Nutrition Facts

Take a look at the list below and choose your area of concern or interest for more information. Then call us at 480-294-6543 to schedule a consultation.

Diabetes/Pre-diabetes

If you have been diagnosed with Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, or Insulin Resistance, work with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to develop a meal plan that controls your blood sugar. A good RDN will explain your diagnosis and its associated complications, and help you navigate your way through a new lifestyle.

Weight Management

Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is something a lot of people struggle to manage on their own. Yo-yo diets and fad diets are not a long-term solution to lifelong weight management. The only thing that will help you manage your weight is lifestyle change. That is where the services of an experienced Registered Dietitian Nutritionist will help. The Nutrition Professionals team will teach you how to eat, using real foods that you enjoy.

Disease Management

The RDNs at The Nutrition Professionals specialize in helping clients understand their medical condition(s). We teach you what to eat for your health. From Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) to heart disease, to Diabetes and others, what you eat will impact the management of your disease.

Pediatrics

A healthy diet and good nutrition education are just as beneficial to children as for adults. Indeed, if a child can learn good nutrition habits in their youth, it sets them up to make good decisions their entire life. A good RDN will give your children the tools and information to put them in the best situation to be healthy now and in the future.

Vegetarian, Vegan, and Plant Based Nutrition

Whether you are thinking about plant-based nutrition or are a seasoned vegetarian or vegan, working with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist will help ensure you have a healthy, balanced, diet.

Bariatric Surgery

For some people diet and exercise just isn’t enough. If you are a candidate for bariatric surgery, The Nutrition Professionals can provide the nutrition component of your treatment. Your Registered Dietitian Nutritionist will provide the information and support you will need both pre- and post-surgery to help you achieve a successful outcome.

Sports Nutrition

A serious athlete? A weekend warrior? Training for a race? Looking to gain or lose weight for an upcoming season?  Whatever your situation, if you are looking for help with sports nutrition, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist has the knowledge and personal experience to ensure you have the tools for fueling your body to increase your strength and endurance and achieve your goals.

Women’s Health

A woman’s body is an incredible thing, and we need to take special care of it to maintain good health. Women often experience weight changes as a result of post-menopausal symptoms. Your RDN will get you on the correct supplements and nutrition plan to help with hormone balance, weight management, and your overall health. We also have specific experience helping women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), an hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age.

Nutrition During Pregnancy

The key components of a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, are appropriate weight gain, a balanced diet, regular exercise, and appropriate and timely vitamin and mineral supplementation. Working with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist during pregnancy can be very beneficial, especially if the mother is diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes.

Food Allergies & Intolerances

Whether you suffer from a food allergy or an intolerance, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist is trained to help you get on the right track with foods that work with you. We have experience helping patients with conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Celiac Disease manage their conditions, minimize their symptoms, and enjoy more normal lifestyles.

Eating Disorder Nutritional Coaching

Eating disorders are serious conditions that negatively impact the health, emotions, and ability to live a normal life of many people. Eating disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder are alarmingly common. If you are living with an eating disorder, working with an experienced Dietitian will help you stay on track as you learn how to apply healthy lifestyle change to reach your goals.

Nutrition Support/Tube Feeding

Parenteral (intravenous feeding) and enteral (tube feeding) nutrition is a way to get nutrition to the body when someone is unable to eat orally. The type of feeding is to help those who cannot get the nutrients from food due to a medical diagnosis. It is integral for good health and weight management to partner with an RDN.

Contact The Nutrition Professionals Today

Would you like to learn more about how we can help you with your personal nutrition goals?
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