Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Services
We are local in the Fox Valley area in Saint Charles, IL and in the Rochester Hill area in Michigan
Even though we are local, we exclusively offer these Registered Dietitian Nutritionist services virtually and via telehealth consultations.
Autoimmune & Inflammation
Fatigue, hair loss, difficulty concentrating, skin rashes, achy muscles, numbness and tingling in extremities, depression, anxiety, low-grade fever, and weight gain/loss are just a few of the symptoms experienced with an autoimmune condition. One of the best ways to combat autoimmune disorders isn’t through medication but through food. As Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, we will guide you with an individualized anti-inflammatory plan to improve your symptoms and together find a sustainable way of life to build your immune system and heal your body!
The daily discomfort of gastrointestinal issues such as: IBS, Colitis, Cron’s Disease, GERD, bloating, constipation, and/or diarrhea can make it incredibly difficult to carry on a “normal” life. These issues are associated with malnutrition, inability to focus due to discomfort, stress, and embarrassment from accidents or flatulence. Nutrition, stress management, sleep, and healing the gut are the key components to resolving these issues and managing them long-term! We are living proof that our method works!
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Vitamin / Mineral Deficiencies
Micronutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants, play an essential role in human health. They are important for energy production; protecting your immune system; and for proper repair, growth, and development. We get micronutrients from the foods we eat and a diet that lacks enough variety may lead to a nutritional deficiency, while excessive supplement use may lead to a toxic surplus of micronutrients in the body. These nutritional imbalances contribute to a variety of chronic diseases. By testing your individual levels, we analyze, interpret, and design an individualized program to fit your needs and health goals!
Disordered Eating Habits
For individuals working through and/or recovering from an eating disorder, a registered dietitian is an integral part of the treatment team. It is important to work with a dietitian who specializes in (and has experience with) treating eating disorders. As we do! We are living proof that our method works! See our ABOUT page HERE.
Food Allergies & Sensitivities
As registered dietitian nutritionists who order functional lab testing, we help our clients get to the root of their food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances because we TEST for them. We are here to help you how to eat to align with your individual results, to reduce inflammation, and help you get on with life to live to the fullest!
Setting realistic goals and expectations for body weight based on lean body mass, measurements, and body fat help to prevent chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and kidney disease. As registered dietitians, we can help you make positive lifestyle changes that help you feel great in your skin, strong in your body, and healthier for the long term to prevent chronic diseases.
Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, & Gestational Diabetes
Diabetes affects the body’s ability to make or properly use insulin. This leads to high blood glucose (sugar) in the blood. Maintaining a healthy blood sugar level is key to managing diabetes. Choosing nutritious foods and watching portion sizes can help you control blood sugar levels. Our Registered Dietitians can help you learn how to get the nutrients you need for all types and stages of diabetes.
Pregnancy Nutrition & Lactation
A woman’s nutritional status during pregnancy and breastfeeding is not only critical for her health, but also for that of future generations. Nutritional requirements during pregnancy differ considerably from those of non-pregnant women, and a personalized approach to nutritional advice is beneficial for optimal health outcomes of mama and baby!
Pediatric nutrition is important for the appropriate growth and development of a child. This is an important time to lay foundations for healthy eating habits for families and to prevent and treat health issues including picky eating behaviors.
Adolescence is the second-fastest growth stage in life after infancy. The adolescent’s growth spurt requires higher energy demands for many nutrients. This is also an important time to be cognizant of the influence that “diet-culture” has on young minds. Some teens have a need for even more nutrients if they are active in sports, following a special diet, or have an eating disorder.