Good Nutrition is the Path to Good Health
Meet one-on-one with a registered dietitian to discuss your nutrition concerns.
What You Will Learn
Through nutrition counseling, you will learn how to eat, shop and prepare foods to help you:
- Lower your cholesterol
- Control your blood pressure
- Lose or gain weight
- Eat well with food intolerances or allergies
- Increase whole grains or protein in your diet
- Maintain a healthy diet while being physically active
Your initial visit will assess your nutritional health and to help you develop a plan to achieve your goals. Follow-up visits may be needed to provide additional information and measure your progress. Sessions last from 30 to 60 minutes. Family members are invited and encouraged to come with you.
Available to anyone, nutrition counseling can help athletes, women who are pregnant or lactating, vegetarians and others with special diets, plus people needing to control their blood sugar.
Please contact your physician for a referral, then call the OSF Central Scheduling office at (815) 395-5444 for an appointment.
For more information, call (815) 227-2274