What is nutritional counseling?
We often find that the foods we eat cause problems such as digestive distress, weight gain or an inability to lose weight, or a diagnosis by a doctor of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or Type 2 Diabetes. Nutritional counseling can help identify the foods that cause these problems, and identify better foods to eat to improve overall health and wellness. Nutritional counseling can help you make a lifestyle change for better health.
Who can benefit from nutritional counseling?
Nearly anyone can benefit from nutritional counseling. If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, high cholesterol or Type 2 Diabetes, or if you are struggling to lose weight or want to improve your energy, contact certified nutritionist Genea Sparks and schedule an appointment to discuss nutritional counseling.
What does nutritional counseling involve?
Our nutritional counseling typically lasts about four weeks – meeting once a week with Genea to talk about your diet, review your food journal, and discuss foods to avoid or add to your diet. With your dedication to improving your health, after four weeks most people have experienced positive changes and are on their way to developing a healthier lifestyle.
What are the benefits of nutritional counseling?
Benefits of nutritional counseling often include weight loss, fat loss, muscle gain, better overall health, more energy, clear skin, and lessened need for prescription medications – by improving their health, people often find that their doctor will lower their prescription for drugs related to high blood pressure and cholesterol.
What else can I do to improve my health?
For many people, nutritional counseling goes hand-in-hand with other services at Balanced Health and Fitness, such as personal training, detox services, and sea-algae body wraps.