Good nutrition is key to a healthy lifestyle, and a nutrition coaching session can help accomplish that goal. Our registered dietitian is here to help you make healthy choices when it comes to nutrition and exercise.
Some of the things you’ll learn in our nutrition coaching sessions:
- How to plan healthy menus
- How to shop with nutrition in mind
- Customized nutrition plan to help you reach your optimal health and fitness level
- How to select foods that have a lower impact on the environment
How it works
Our individual nutrition coaching sessions with a registered dietitian include a complete assessment of your overall nutritional status, medical history, and dietary habits. After determining where you're at, the dietitian will then work with you to develop a personalized plan to achieve your nutritional goals and a healthy lifestyle. Nutritional guidance is offered for people with a wide variety of medical problems, as well as for anyone interesting in improving their health.
Arrangements can also be made for on-site counseling with youth groups, athletic teams, etc. All information is evidence based and personalized based on your individual needs and goals.
Coaching sessions do not require a referral from a physician and can be arranged directly with the dietitian. Some of our services are covered by insurance, but if its not covered the cost for nutrition counseling is $60 per hour. You can bring the entire family to sessions so that everyone learns the keys to better nutrition together.
Call (435) 251-3793 to make an appointment or for more information.
Learn more about Nutrition Services at Dixie Regional Medical Center and Intermountain Healthcare:
Community Nutrition Services are also available and include:
- Menu approval for public facilities such as care centers, health agencies and schools
- Grocery store tours to give hands on experience at finding healthy foods in the grocery aisles
- Presentations for small groups on topics such as women’s health, shopping for health, etc.
- Support groups: Celiac Disease, Surgical Weight Loss