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What you eat affects your health and how you feel. At PeaceHealth, registered dietitians are available to help you learn about nutrition and how to eat better. Nutritional counseling can give you tools to help you improve your diet — whether you need a special diet to manage diabetes, want to lose weight, or your doctor referred you to a dietitian to help you lower your risk for a health problem.
Dietitians at PeaceHealth work with people of all ages, including infants and children. They will talk to you about your current eating habits and develop a plan designed to help you reach your dietary goals. You will get advice, meal plans, recipes and more, tailored to your specific needs.
PeaceHealth offers a wide range of nutrition services to support your health and well-being.
Dietitians at [hospital name] develop customized diet plans, educate you about nutrition and help you take control of your diet. To improve your well-being with a healthy diet, they also work with primary care doctors, cardiologists, endocrinologists, bariatric surgeons, nurses, fitness professionals, physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists and others.
PeaceHealth's Nutrition and Diabetes Clinic helps people improve their health through diet, nutrition, exercise and healthy lifestyle habits. You will receive one-on-one attention from dietitians and health educators to help you make positive changes in your life.
PeaceHealth's diabetes education program offers expert guidance and support to help you live well with diabetes. You will receive one-on-one counseling, classes and hands-on training to teach you how to manage your blood sugar, eat right, and form healthy lifestyle habits.
Whether you have diabetes, heart disease, food allergies or another health condition, dietitians at [hospital name] create nutrition plan that’s just for you. They evaluate your nutritional needs and give you an eating program that's designed to improve your health and well-being.
Dietitians at [hospital name] can come to your organization and provide nutrition education. They can discuss topics such as dieting and weight loss, healthy fast-food choices, making sense of food labels or the role of nutrition in conditions such as heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure and more.