Clarkston Dietician Nutritionist
Support and guidance on your health and wellness journey.
What is a Dietician Nutritionist? A Dietician Nutritionist is a health professional who is trained in the field of dietetics, which involves the study of nutrition and its impact on health, and will help you succeed in your journey towards health and wellness.
Everyone needs support and guidance at different points in their lives, and this can be particularly true during a time of a health crisis. All sorts of changes need to be made, from nutrition to lifestyle, to sleep. Your Dietician Nutritionist is available to keep you on track and help you get back on track if you veer off course.
Interested in getting a customized Nutrition plan? Contact us today!
A Few Benefits of Working with a Dietician Nutritionist:
Your Dietician Nutritionist will take the time to understand the emotional, mental, and physical sides of the health journey and will be there to coach and guide you on the way.
- Help you set SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound goals.
- Retrain the way you think: Help you establish positive self-talk by identifying and correcting negative, erroneous, unproductive beliefs.
- Overcome barriers: Not enough time, too much on your plate, not enough resources… these are all internal and external barriers that are preventing you from achieving good health.
- Take Ownership: Empower you to take ownership of your experience and create positive, lasting lifestyle changes that will enhance your life and your journey toward health and wellness.
Forum Health's Approach
Your Dietician Nutritionist will use a functional medicine approach to tailor a plan customized for your unique biochemistry, genetics, lifestyle, and health goals.
Consider factors such as genetics, medical history, lifestyle, environmental exposures, and current symptoms.
Identify Triggers and Imbalances
Identify and address underlying imbalances, nutrient deficiencies, and triggers that may contribute to health issues.
Create an Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Eliminate inflammatory foods such as processed foods, refined sugars, and potential allergens.
Incorporate whole, nutrient-dense vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, and healthy fats to provide essential nutrients.
Customize the balance of macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) based on your needs and metabolic profile.
Add Nutrient Supplementation
Address lifestyle factors such as stress management, sleep, and physical activity.
Monitor and Adjust
Monitor your progress and adjust as needed to ensure your journey to health is a success.