Your diet contributes immensely to your overall health and can be primarily responsible for many disorders, so it’s no surprise that even minor changes to your diet can have drastic effects. At The Nutrition Education & Wellness Service, we consider your condition and assess your diet to develop a nutrition plan to improve and encourage wellness.
Schedule your appointment today for nutrition counseling services including:
Eating Disorders – Whether it’s constant overeating or refusing to eat, eating disorders can very quickly lead to serious conditions. We’ll examine the potential cause of the disorder and recommend the proper nutrition plan to treat it.
Weight Control – We specialize in weight management through proper nutrition for patients of all ages. It’s never too early to exercise weight control through nutritional therapy. Ask about enrolling your child in the Shapedown Program to fight child and teen obesity.
Family Support and Involvement – Confronting a family member about their eating disorder or illness that is the result of poor diet can be difficult. Allow our experienced nutritionists to facilitate the meeting and back up your concerns with our expertise.
Vegetarian Nutrition – There are certainly some advantages to a vegetarian diet, but there can be disadvantages as well. If you are considering or are currently on a vegetarian diet, speak with our nutritionists about getting the full nutrition your body needs.
Diabetes – No disease forces you to monitor your diet quiet like diabetes. We specialize in working with patients who are pre-diabetic and diagnosed with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to help them find ways to enjoy their diet and maintain their health.
Digestive Disturbances – Your diet can have very immediate effects on your body. Poor diet can cause many problems in your gastrointestinal and digestive systems. If you are experiencing frequent discomfort or pain, consider speaking to a nutritionist about the dietary habits that could be causing your issue.
Cholesterol and Heart-Related Nutrition – Heart disease is the number one leading cause of death in the United States, and your diet can influence your risk of heart disease. Rely on our nutritionists to assess your current diet and cholesterol levels and recommend slight changes to promote healthy cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease.
Assistance with Recovery Programs – Simple changes to your diet can positively affect your physical and mental well-being, especially for those in recovery programs. Proper nutrition encourages and supports a healthy way of life and can facilitate positive health behaviors.
For more information about any of our nutrition therapy services in Wayland and Cambridge, Massachusetts, please contact either of our offices today and schedule your appointment.