General Nutrition


As a registered dietitian, I understand nutrition's critical role in helping individuals meet their health goals and live fulfilling lives. Eating a well-balanced diet rich in essential nutrients is necessary for optimal physical and mental well-being.

So let me be your partner in health. As a trained professional, I possess the expertise to evaluate your diet, provide customized nutrition advice, and guide you toward making healthier choices that suit your needs and preferences.

One of the primary advantages of working with a registered dietitian is receiving an eating plan tailored specifically for you. No matter your dietary restrictions, food allergies, or health conditions - I can assist in developing a meal plan that's sustainable while meeting all your health objectives.

As part of my approach, clients will come to understand the nutritional content and effects of different foods on the body. With my guidance, you can learn to read food labels and prepare nutritious meals, add more fruits and vegetables into your diet, and feel better overall health benefits.

As well as creating a healthy eating plan for you, I provide support and accountability in helping you meet your goals. Making changes can be challenging; I offer encouragement, advice, and practical strategies to keep you on the right path.

Working with a registered dietitian is an investment in your health and well-being. Whether your aim is weight loss, managing health conditions, or simply feeling better overall, I can assist. Book your FREE 15-minute consultation to discover how I can help you reach optimal health through proper nutrition.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The answer to this question can be complex and varies depending on individual factors such as age, sex, weight, height, activity level, and overall health status. However, in general, a healthy weight loss diet should include:.

  1. Plenty of non-starchy vegetables, such as leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, and mushrooms.
  2. Whole grains, such as brown rice, quinoa, and whole wheat bread, pasta, and cereal.
  3. Lean protein sources, such as poultry, fish, tofu, and legumes.
  4. Healthy fats, such as nuts, seeds, avocados, and olive oil.
  5. Limited intake of processed foods, sugary drinks, and high-fat or high-calorie foods.

It's also important to pay attention to portion sizes and calorie intake. Tracking your food intake and staying within a calorie deficit can be helpful for weight loss in some situations. Consulting with a registered dietitian is beneficial to help you develop a personalized and sustainable weight loss plan.

The amount of protein you need can vary depending on a few factors, including your age, sex, weight, height, and physical activity level. In general, the recommended daily intake for protein is:

  • 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight for adults (this is equivalent to about 0.36 grams per pound).
  • For example, a person who weighs 68 kilograms (150 pounds) would need approximately 54 grams of protein per day.

However, some individuals may require more protein, such as athletes or those who are trying to build muscle. It's important to note that excessively high protein intake can have negative health effects, so it's best to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian to determine the appropriate protein intake for your individual needs.

No, carbohydrates are not inherently bad for you. Carbohydrates are an important macronutrient that provides energy to your body. Carbohydrates come in many forms, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes, which are all part of a healthy and balanced diet. However, not all carbohydrates are created equal. Refined carbohydrates, such as white bread, sugary snacks, and processed foods, can be high in calories and low in nutrients. Consuming these types of carbohydrates in excess can lead to weight gain and an increased risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

It's important to focus on consuming complex carbohydrates, which are high in fiber and nutrients, and limiting refined carbohydrates. Additionally, balancing carbohydrate intake with protein and healthy fats can help promote satiety and maintain steady blood sugar levels. Consulting with a registered dietitian can help you determine the appropriate amount and type of carbohydrates for your individual needs and goals.

Whether or not you need to take supplements depends on a variety of factors, including your individual nutrient needs, diet, lifestyle, and health status. In general, it's best to obtain nutrients from whole foods whenever possible, as they provide a variety of essential vitamins, minerals, fiber, and other nutrients that work together to support overall health.

However, some individuals may have specific nutrient deficiencies, dietary restrictions, or health conditions that make it difficult to obtain all necessary nutrients from food alone. In these cases, supplements may be recommended to help meet nutrient needs.

It's important to note that supplements are not a substitute for a healthy diet, and in some cases, excessive supplementation can be harmful. It's best to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian before taking any supplements to determine whether they are necessary for your individual needs and to ensure they are safe and effective.

What to eat before and after exercise can depend on the type, duration, and intensity of the activity, as well as individual factors such as age, sex, weight, and overall health status. However, in general, it's important to consume a combination of carbohydrates and protein before and after exercise to provide energy, aid in recovery, and support muscle growth and repair.

Before exercise, it's best to consume a meal or snack that is easily digestible and provides carbohydrates for energy. Examples of pre-exercise meals or snacks include:

  • Fruit, such as a banana or apple
  • Greek yogurt with berries
  • Whole grain toast with peanut butter and honey

After exercise, it's important to consume a meal or snack that includes both carbohydrates and protein to support muscle recovery and repair. Examples of post-exercise meals or snacks include:

  • Chocolate milk
  • Protein shake or smoothie with fruit
  • Grilled chicken or fish with quinoa and roasted vegetables

It's also important to stay hydrated before, during, and after exercise by drinking water or a sports drink if engaging in high-intensity activity for more than 60 minutes.

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