Let's Work Together through 1:1 Virtual Nutrition Coaching!

Let me ask you this: after you first learned of your high blood sugar, were you given a minuscule handout that left you with more questions than answers?

Are you feeling overwhelmed by not knowing what to eat and when, or even what all of those new lab values mean? Do you have anyone to turn to for reliable, accurate help (other than Google)?

There is pressure in the medical field to cram as many client visits as possible into each day. And the truth is, in that hectic environment everyone suffers: these superficial nutrition clinic visits simply aren’t helping you to cultivate a thriving, healthy future.

Together, we can do far better than that.

Not being able to provide the personalized one-to-one nutrition counseling that I knew my clients deserved was why I started my nutrition private practice, Prevention Dietitian. I’ve harnessed more than twenty years in diabetes specialty practice and reimagined type 2 diabetes prevention with a strategic and holistic approach designed specifically for women.

We can kick those feelings of confusion and overwhelm to the curb and grow your confidence. Blood sugar control, while still enjoying your real life, is possible. I promise.

My proprietary prediabetes nutrition program is called Reach Prevention. I teach women a four-step process that heals the root causes of prediabetes without fad diets and pills.

This means you’ll be partnering with a diabetes expert. I will tailor-make your personalized game plan to take those first steps to get started and continue to support you as you keep going on your journey towards conquering your blood sugar goals.

You need a plan that is as flexible and adaptable as you are. You’re really busy? No problem! I have a process and schedule that is accommodating to you and your needs. We’ve got this!

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Serving women with:

  • Prediabetes
  • History of gestational diabetes (GDM)
  • Family history of type 2 diabetes
  • High blood sugar (blood glucose)
  • High A1C
  • Insulin resistance
  • Impaired glucose tolerance
  • Impaired fasting glucose
  • High blood pressure (HTN)
  • High cholesterol
  • High triglycerides
  • Overweight or obesity

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