General Healthy Eating
Working with a Health Loft dietitian creates an opportunity to learn the basics of healthy eating and how to incorporate more positive food choices into your unique daily routine. This could be a game-changer in your health journey as it has for many of our past clients. Whether you are new to incorporating nutritious foods in your diet or if you just need a refresh, a dietitian can find ways to make healthy your new “normal”.
Assistance with General Healthy Eating
Our Nutritionists work with you to develop the following:
- Nutrition knowledge around food groups
- Defining a “balanced diet”
- Adequate hydration
- Meal planning/prepping
- Improved cooking skills
- Finding healthy foods that work for you and your family
- Eating healthy with a busy lifestyle
- Myth-busting fad diets
Health Loft Nutritionists in Chicago are here to help.
We are here to answer any food-related health question you have and want to provide support for you and your unique situation. Every person is different and has different nutrition needs. If you are interested in learning how working with a registered dietitian can benefit not only you, but can also make a positive impact on your family, call us at (312) 374-5399 or click below to schedule online with a dietitian in Chicago, IL today.
To find out more about our Nutritionists, give us a call.
We accept Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Medicare, and most major insurance plans as well as HSA’s and FSA’s for Nutrition Counseling.
More and more people are experiencing allergic reactions and being diagnosed with food allergies every single day. Food allergies and intolerances can be a complicated issue. That is why it is important to know how to distinguish between these two terms. Food...
What is considered a “fad” diet? Have you ever seen the words keto, paleo, or whole 30 diet as you are scrolling through your social media feed? These eating styles or diet plans - what we call “fad diets”- may seem like harmless plans to achieve a healthier...
What is protein at a molecular level? There are three macronutrients that power the body; protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Macronutrients are essential, meaning we must obtain them from the diet. Protein makes up the bones, muscles, skin and hair, and powers many...