Family Food team of board certified Registered Dietitians empower parents to create positive mealtimes and environments for children optimizing nutritional health. YOU have the ability to positively impact the nutritional status of your child! Family Food will help you create an eating environment that promotes a healthy weight, increased nutritious food intake, and happy mealtimes with your children.
Registered Dietitians are the nutrition experts in a variety of nutrition related areas. A Family Food Registered Dietitian will work with you to address the nutrition related questions and concerns you have and tailor a plan specific to you. Our dietitians offer nutrition counseling for adults concerned with weight gain or loss, general healthy eating, cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, speeding up your metabolism, eating during pregnancy, and more!
The nutritionist was very helpful. She asked good questions and was very knowledgeable and sensitive. I feel encouraged that I can be successful in reaching my goals.
The counseling session was great! The nutritionist was really accessible and helpful. Nice but firm about suggestions. This really helped me understand more about my diet. Thanks!
The session was very informative and helpful. The representative was very knowledgable regarding nutrition and made some correlations with my goals and what I need to do to achieve them. She was also encouraging.
Stefanie was very helpful giving me Ideas on how to add proteins and Omega 3s to my diet. All the while not to derail my weight loss efforts.
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