At Nutrition Works!, our registered, licensed dietitian nutritionists provide nutrition counseling to individuals, couples, and families throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. In-person and virtual (telehealth) sessions are available.
We offer in-person and virtual (telehealth) nutrition counseling services for a variety of nutrition-related challenges. We practice in a holistic way, which means that we will discuss how all aspects of your life influence your eating and activity patterns.
Nutrition Support for Individuals, Couples, and Families
Dietitians and nutritionists specialize in many different areas. It’s important to select one who is experienced in the area for which you are seeking guidance. Our team of nutrition experts is licensed, experienced, and actively participates in many nutrition-focused professional organizations.
You may be wondering if we can help you lose weight.
If losing weight occurs as we make diet, lifestyle, and behavior change that is fine. However, our goal is always your health and wellbeing, not restrictive diets that are quick fixes and not sustainable.
Life is Too Short to Struggle with Food and Weight
We can help you learn to eat appropriately once and for all so that you can get on with living your life to its fullest.
Nutrition is an essential component of managing many medical conditions. Appropriate medical nutrition therapy, only provided by registered dietitians, may improve your health and quality of life, reduce or eliminate the need for medications, and prevent progression of health problems.
Nutrition Counseling and Dietary Changes for Good Health
Through nutrition counseling and dietary changes you can: lower cholesterol and blood pressure; manage pre-diabetes, PCOS, and Metabolic Syndrome; reduce uncomfortable symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Constipation; andmore.
Pediatric weight and BMI concerns are very delicate. The way in which they are handled can determine whether the child grows up to have a healthy relationship with food, exercise, and their body.
Our Approach is Family-Focused
We coach parents (and the child, depending on age) on how to help their child build a healthy body with good nutrition and regular activity. The exact same things that are needed by all children regardless of their size or weight.
If you or someone you know has a strained relationship with food and exercise or a full-blown eating disorder, such as anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating, we can help you or your loved one resolve conflicts with food and move toward more normal eating and recovery.
Early Detection and Treatment Increase the Chances of Recovery
Eating disorders are serious. They’re harmful physically and psychologically, and take a toll on families and other relationships.
As an athlete, food is your fuel! At Nutrition Works!, we can provide sports nutrition counseling to improve sports performance and give you a competitive edge.
Take Advantage of the Latest in Sports Nutrition
Whether you’re a competitive or recreational athlete, proper diet can make your exercise easier and more enjoyable. Proper “fueling” can help keep your mind clear and your focus sharp so you can execute more consistently.
Food is the source of the building blocks your body needs to stay healthy, grow, fight illness, and heal. Your body functions at its very best when you choose to eat well!
Learn What “Eating Well” Really Means
The science of nutrition is constantly changing. We stay on the cutting edge to provide you with the latest information about and guidance for healthy eating.
We often receive calls from people asking about our “nutrition program.” The truth is, we don’t have a “one size fits all” program because every person is truly unique. Our nutrition counseling process is to work with you to create a fully customized plan that addresses your unique situation and goals.
Here’s what happens when you choose to work with us:
The majority of our clients tell us that they would rather leave with just a few things to work on rather than embarking on a major overhaul of their diet. We work collaboratively and at your pace.
It’s important to remember that the first visit is mostly focused on assessment and that the specific information comes in future visits. Most clients return in about two weeks for an hour-long visit. At this and future visits, discussion might focus on the following:
Individuals with disordered eating will also benefit from a longer commitment. Appointment length and frequency varies depending on each client’s needs.