Nutritionists: Focus on a Healthy Diet

Jun 22, 2019
3 min read

Good nutrition is important at every stage of our lives.  We need to eat a healthy diet to be strong and use our bodies to their maximum potential. Have you ever wondered what the right foods for you are? Do you want to lose or maintain your weight, have the energy for exercise, or wonder what foods keep you healthy as you get older? If you’re fighting a disease, good nutrition can improve how you feel and help manage the side effects of illness and treatment. Nutritionists are available to help with a variety of food-related issues.

Adults and Balanced Diet Help The right diet isn’t the same for everyone. Our nutritionists work with you to plan the best diet for your current needs. Do you want to eat healthier and feel better?  Are you planning a new exercise routine, taking up a new sport, or thinking about running a marathon? Maybe you’d like to improve your diet to fight age-related changes so you can enjoy the years ahead. Nutritionists help people with all these goals. They build diet plans that become a healthy way of life. Take the guesswork out of eating right by working with a nutritionist to plan healthy meals and snacks.

Cancer Nutrition Help Having cancer often involves weight loss and difficulty getting enough nutrients to maintain a strong body. The side effects of treatment add to this problem. There are nutritionists who specialize in healthy eating for cancer patients. They offer information on which foods provide the most benefits and how you can get these foods into your diet, even when you don’t feel like eating. Learn what foods can minimize the side effects of cancer and treatment with the help of a trained nutritionists.

Anemia Help A low red blood cell count, or anemia, can cause fatigue, headaches, dizziness, and lead to shortness of breath and an irregular heartbeat. Eating a healthy diet fights anemia. Nutritionists show anemia sufferers how to include vitamins, minerals, and iron in their diets to build more healthy red blood cells. They work with patients as individuals, based on the cause of the anemia and design diet plans to maximize success.

AIDS/HIV Help People with AIDS or HIV can use a healthy diet to strengthen their immune system, manage symptoms, and limit the side effects of medications. Nutritionists help create diet plans that help patients maintain a healthy weight and help their bodies absorb and use HIV medications. Working with a nutritionist can keep patients stronger and healthier.

Eating Disorder Help Eating disorders, including Binge Eating, Bulimia Nervosa, and Anorexia Nervosa, are medical and psychological conditions that benefit from the guidance of a trained Nutritionist. Specialized nutritionists help create personal diet plans that focus on healthy eating and healthy living. They also educate patients on good food choices that fight hunger pains and sugar cravings. Together with other medical providers, nutritionists provide support and advice to people with eating disorders.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME Help For people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME, nutritionists focus on which foods help relieve symptoms. They also help patients create a healthy diet that may prevent symptoms. Nutritionists work with patients to identify which foods make their Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME better or worse and build personal diet plans based on the patient’s symptom improvement.