To help you eat better and be well, Saint Mary's Hospital is now offering nutritional counseling services on an outpatient basis. Our services were designed to improve our client’s nutrition, lifestyle and overall well-being. The goal of the program is to provide personalized recommendations based on the clients needs and lifestyle.
The dietitian can work with you on a variety of topics that include: weight loss, diabetes, high cholesterol, digestive disorders, food allergies, kidney disease, as well as other conditions.
Our registered Dietitian is available for appointments to provide one-on-one nutritional counseling on an individual or a group session basis. She holds both her undergraduate and graduate degree in Nutrition.
The Dietitian Top Five Tips to Feeling Great:
Be ready to make change – how ready are you to start making changes to your diet or lifestyle? Make a list of the things you want to improve in your life and rate them by importance; see what you are willing to work on.
Don’t be afraid to eat a dessert! It’s okay to enjoy all foods, in moderation of course.
Move around a little! Studies say that people that sit more often are at higher risk for obesity and other chronic conditions such as heart disease, so get up, move around, go for a walk
Learn from the crayon box - Fill your plate with lots of color and add variety of vegetables and fruits for energy, vitamins and antioxidants
Speak to a Dietitian – they are great resources and can provide you with simple ideas to make your lifestyle and diet healthier.
Physician referrals are required. Referrals and medical history should be faxed to 203-709-5801. Check with your insurance company for more information about covered services. Please bring a list of medications, recent lab data, and your insurance card prior to your appointment.
For more information or if you have any questions, please call 203-709-3247 or email at email@example.com.