Nutrition education is our favorite part of nutrition counseling sessions. We get back to the basics of food in our sessions and discuss the “why” behind our healthy eating advice. Depending on where you are at with your nutrition education level, we are here to answer any and all questions around food. Partnered with behavior change, we believe that a solid foundational knowledge of nutrition can go a long way in creating lifelong healthy eating habits.
Nutrition Education for Adults
Nutrition Education Topics We Cover in Meetings:
- Breaking down the importance of each food group (fruits, vegetables, dairy, grains, protein)
- How to use food to fuel your body for fitness
- Selecting recipes that support your goals
- The impact of nutrition on your health condition
- Improving cooking skills
- Hydration and tactics to improve
- How to improve nutrition for both you and your family
Health Loft Dietitians 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.
To find out more about our Dietitians, 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.
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