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I've been practicing since 1994 and have had the honor of meeting with and learning from hundreds of clients. What I've learned is that most of us don't need a lot of "education" about what a healthy lifestyle is. What we benefit most from is help putting together a plan and the supports to follow through long term. This is my passion. Taking care of yourself changes over time.
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I've been practicing since 1994 and have had the honor of meeting with and learning from hundreds of clients. What I've learned is that most of us don't need a lot of "education" about what a healthy lifestyle is. What we benefit most from is help putting together a plan and the supports to follow through long term. This is my passion. Taking care of yourself changes over time.
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Eat Well and Feel Well ! I specialize in plant based diet eating, digestive health, IBS, FODMAP diet and chronic inflammatory conditions. Years ago I had serious digestive problems. Even after eliminating processed foods I still had pain. I discovered my issue was food sensitivities. I now help clients like myself that have not felt good for a long time. I have helped hundreds of patients with disorders of the gut.
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Eat Well and Feel Well ! I specialize in plant based diet eating, digestive health, IBS, FODMAP diet and chronic inflammatory conditions. Years ago I had serious digestive problems. Even after eliminating processed foods I still had pain. I discovered my issue was food sensitivities. I now help clients like myself that have not felt good for a long time. I have helped hundreds of patients with disorders of the gut.
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Eating disorders describe illnesses that may be portrayed by obsessive thoughts and behaviors related to food intake, weight, appearance and/or exercise. The severities of eating disorders often go unrecognized, which may lead to even greater health issues. Loved ones need to understand an eating disorder is not a lifestyle choice and individuals suffering need to realize recovery is possible. By providing a foundation of nutrition, it begins the most important factor in recovering from an eating disorder, rebuilding malnutrition needs.
(857) 305-6142
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Eating disorders describe illnesses that may be portrayed by obsessive thoughts and behaviors related to food intake, weight, appearance and/or exercise. The severities of eating disorders often go unrecognized, which may lead to even greater health issues. Loved ones need to understand an eating disorder is not a lifestyle choice and individuals suffering need to realize recovery is possible. By providing a foundation of nutrition, it begins the most important factor in recovering from an eating disorder, rebuilding malnutrition needs.
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Are you frustrated with conflicting health and nutrition messages? Vitamin E is good for you... No, not so much... Supplements are not going to hurt you... Well, some of them actually do, as recent research shows... And what about saturated fat and blood cholesterol? It seemed like such a mainstay, but now the Atkins diet seems to be better for heart health than AHA Step 1, 2, whatever? I have to admit that I am partially personally to blame: I have begun my research career at the USDA Human Nutrition Center on Aging, in 1990ies.
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Are you frustrated with conflicting health and nutrition messages? Vitamin E is good for you... No, not so much... Supplements are not going to hurt you... Well, some of them actually do, as recent research shows... And what about saturated fat and blood cholesterol? It seemed like such a mainstay, but now the Atkins diet seems to be better for heart health than AHA Step 1, 2, whatever? I have to admit that I am partially personally to blame: I have begun my research career at the USDA Human Nutrition Center on Aging, in 1990ies.

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How can a Barnstable County Nutritionist help me?
Dietitians and Nutritionists in Barnstable County provide advice on good eating habits. They help you with your diet and how it affects your health. They assess nutrition needs and food patterns, plan a diet that's appropriate for your physical and dietary needs, and provide nutrition counseling, such as advice on dietary changes and menu plans. They advise on special diets for medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, food allergies, and obesity.

The word dietitian has a variant spelling 'dietician' (e.g. find a Barnstable County dietician). Both spellings are correct.
About Barnstable County Registered Dietitians
Registered Dietitians or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists in Barnstable County complete a bachelor's degree at a school accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, as well as a period of supervised practice and an exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. While certification is not required in all states for nutritional counseling or nutrition therapy, only individuals certified by their respective states may use the Certified Dietitian or Certified Nutritionist titles.

How to use my insurance?
Some Nutritionists and Barnstable County dietary professionals accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the Nutritionist or Dietitian.