Your recipe for success
When considering which nutrition program is the right one for you, it is important to consider a nutrition professional that has:
- Lots of training and education
- Years of experience
- Genuine concern for your health
Also it’s important to remember that a personalized plan that fits you, your style and goals will contribute to the overall success of your program. Lead by our dietitian Lauren Henderson, MS, RD, LD, our comprehensive program is tailored to meet your unique needs.
Nutrition Counseling and Education**
Osteoporosis – prevention
Improve the family diet
Improve my diet
Weight Loss Desired (using food and exercise and behavior change strategies)
Menopause – yes there is a diet for that
Arthritis – How to reduce pain and inflammation
Menus and Recipes
How to Cook Healthfully
Medical Nutrition Therapy*
Diabetes, Type 1, Type 2 or Prenatal
High cholesterol or hyperlipidemia
High Triglyceridemia or hyperlipidemia
NASH and/or Fatty Liver
Osteoporosis – treatment
Medical Nutrition Therapy* Fee’s
Initial consult – $75.00
Follow-up appointments – $50.00
Nutrition Counseling and Education** Fee’s
Initial consult – $65.00
Follow-up Appointments – $50.00
Nutrition Consultation (without seeing an MD)
Initial consult – $85.00
Follow-up consults – $73.00
Consults with our nutritionist are not filed with your insurance provider and because your consult is considered self-pay the consult cannot be filed with insurance. We have worked very hard to keep our fees extremely reasonable.
We do, however, file insurance for those patients seen by Lauren for the diagnosis of T2DM that have Medicare as the primary insurance. Also, Medicare requires that you be referred to Lauren by the physician that is managing your diabetes.
The work you do with Lauren can also be paid for using your Health Savings Account or Medical Spending Account funds.
* MNT or medical nutrition therapy is provided to individuals who have a medical diagnosis that is recognized by the International Statistical Classification of Diseases.
** Nutrition counseling for those food and nutrition concerns in life that do not meet the criteria for a diagnosis and are often those things you choose to do to prevent getting a diagnosis.