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5 Benefits of Nutrition Counseling

Learning about and practicing good nutrition can also help improve such conditions as tiredness and fatigue, mood swings, weight problems....

Nutrition counseling is a type of assessment or counseling that analyzes various health needs in regard to diet and exercise. A nutritional counselor can help you to set achievable health goals and teaches various ways of maintaining these goals throughout your lifetime.  Such an assessment is beneficial to a wide variety of people and can help those with numerous disorders. During this assessment, the counselor provides information based on a person’s current status, helping to improve overall health. Nutrition counseling provides many benefits, and here are the top five.

A Healthier Lifestyle

Nutrition is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Without proper nutrition, you don’t have enough energy to make it through the day. Also, your health can decline without proper nutrition, making you more susceptible to illness and disease. It is a known fact that a lot of diseases today are caused by an unhealthy diet.  Whether it is because the quantity of fat and calories leads to obesity, the lack of nutrients needed for a strong and healthy immune system, or the amount of chemicals and trans fats that are included in processed foods, unhealthy eating can lead to major health problems. Nutrition counseling is usually offered at eating disorder treatment clinics, but many health and fitness centers also offer this valuable service.

Getting Fit More Quickly

Many nutrition counselors recommend fitness programs and nutritional supplements. By seeing a nutritional counselor instead of looking and testing out various products and fitness routines on your own, time is saved. Through nutritional counseling, basic health needs are met and specialized information is given to fit your individual and personal lifestyle.  If you need help learning about nutrition, Huntington area services can help you get started!

Nutritious & Delicious Foods

Eating foods rich in nutrition doesn’t mean eating lettuce and cottage cheese for the rest of your life!  Salmon, chicken breasts, natural peanut butter, eggs, whole grain pasta, brown rice, and of course, all kinds of fruits and vegetables – these are all wonderful sources of great nutrition and they are all super delicious!

Nutrition Counseling Goes Deep

Nutritional counseling aims to get to the root cause of health concerns, rather than just tackling the symptoms.  Once you get it all figured out with the help of a counselor, you will look and feel better, your energy level will increase, you will be able to control your weight,  and you will no longer feel the need to try the latest fad diet.  In addition, your mood will be elevated due to your increased energy level, and you will have improved your concentration and memory.  One more thing – you will find that you get fewer colds and infections!

Additional Benefits

Learning about and practicing good nutrition can also help improve such conditions as tiredness and fatigue, mood swings, weight problems, skin conditions, digestion problems, arthritis, menopause, high blood pressure, and migraines and headaches.

 

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Ranger Sewer August 09, 2012 at 07:29 PM
What does something this cost?
Robert Mittleman August 09, 2012 at 07:36 PM
I can have our Dietician get in touch with you. E-mail me and I'll get the ball rolling.

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