Required for all new clients or for appointment gaps longer than 1 year.
This session is so important: it's the first step towards a healthier, happier you. After reviewing your medical history, medications, and current lifestyle habits, we will listen to your vision for the future and then create a custom intervention, tailored to you and your specific needs, to help get you there. We are here for two things: to provide expert clinical nutrition guidance and to be your biggest cheerleader.
Follow Up Consults
Any appointment after the initial consult.
Once we have a plan, many clients like to follow up. These sessions can serve as an accountability tool, a problem solving session, or a chance to track and monitor progress. When a follow up consult is scheduled after an initial, clients have digital access to ongoing questions (like, what's best to order off a specific restaurant menu, or to review a recipe or product). For weight loss, we recommend every 2 weeks or 1 month check-ins until progress is sustained. Elimination diets may need more focused follow ups - please speak with one of the RDs to determine how often follow up would be needed.
Grocery Store Tours
Struggling to understand how to find the best foods in the store? Not sure if organic is worth it? Frozen or fresh? We get it. Food marketing is big business and there's a lot of noise out there with healthy labels, nutrition facts, and (sometimes) just pretty packaging that catches our eye. We will walk the grocery store with you to help you sort though the confusion and find the best - and avoid the worst - options for you and your family.
Any ITP grocery store is an option; we like Kroger, Publix, Trader Joe's, the Dekalb Farmer's Market, Whole Foods or Sprouts.
Pricing is Customized
This is a perfect option for health fairs, wellness events or expos, professional development or the classroom. We only provide science-based, evidence-backed presentations and will not endorse any product without adequate research.
Examples of past presentation topics: fueling for athletics (or exercise/endurance/muscle gain), transitioning/adopting a plant-based diet, nutrition for health, healthy weight management, nutrition and chronic disease risks, preventing diabetes (or heart disease, kidney disease, cancer, etc.), managing diabetes (type 1 or 2, carb counting and insulin management basics), fad diets, etc.