Nutritional Counseling and Our Therapeutic Approach

Our Nutritional Counseling sessions will help you heal naturally while specifically creating a nutritional program that meets your needs.

What Is Nutritional Counseling?

Nutrition counseling is a therapeutic approach that helps clients live a healthy lifestyle. People of all ages can benefit from nutrition counseling. Nutritionists help patients not only set achievable health goals but also achieve them. If you want to lose weight and keep your diabetes in check, our consultants can help you lose weight and maintain a healthy weight.

A lack of certain nutrients contributes to certain mental disorders. As research on the effects of food on brain chemistry grows, nutritional counseling can be used to treat mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). A registered dietitian or other qualified health professionals would advise dietary changes and prepare treatment plans for patients with other chronic health conditions.

Conditions That Dietary Interventions Can Help With

  • Heart disease

  • High blood pressure

  • High cholesterol

  • Allergies

  • Diabetes and pre-diabetic conditions

  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

  • Celiac disease

  • Obesity 

  • Pregnancy

  • Diabetes

  • Osteoporosis

  • Poor nutrition and eating patterns

  • Eating disorders

  • Hypertension

  • Nausea

  • Organ problems

  • Hypoglycemia

How Nutritional Counseling Can Benefit You

Many people benefit significantly from nutritional counseling and from working with a dietitian. Whether you need a complete dietary overhaul, want to manage an illness, improve your food choices, or seek inspiration for new healthy recipes, a nutritional counselor can help you.  Nutrition advice benefits a large number of people, and this type of advice is supported by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Most patients come for nutrition consultations to learn more about how their food choices affect their health. Treatment by a nutritional therapist usually consists of individualized planning of whole foods and maintaining a balanced diet with recommended foods and supplements such as fruits and vegetables. Here are the main benefits of nutritional counseling:

Promotes Overall Well Being

Nutrition counseling is one of the most important aspects of weight management and weight loss. Conflicting messages about diet and wellbeing can make it difficult to make healthy choices that promote overall wellbeing. It is important to know that your diet is different and that it is not just about food but also about your mental health and wellbeing.

Keeps Your Mental Health in Check 

Proper nutrition can improve your physical health, as well as your mental and emotional health. Mental health problems may be due to imbalances in brain chemistry that control appetite and mood. Since certain diseases ultimately require drug treatment, nutritional therapy is aimed at assisting mental disorder treatments such as depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

More Benefits of Nutritional Counseling:

  • Increase energy levels

  • Healthier lifestyle

  • Healthier food choices

  • Reduce stress

  • Better sleep

  • Reduce disease symptoms

  • Better mood management

  • Promotes overall wellbeing and longevity

  • Strengthens immune system

  • Reduce the risk of other diseases

  • Improve concentration

 

What Is A Nutritionist?

Nutritionists should be distinguished from accredited dieticians, who are trained exclusively in the field of dietetic nutrition, and from those who have received certifications or specialized training to advise on nutritional issues. A dietician may include nutritionists and healthcare professionals., These titles can be confusing, and it is wise to adapt your needs to the level of education and specialization of your specific problem.

 

Licensed dietitians work with clients to create a nutritional plan that helps them make positive changes to their health and well-being and make a difference in their life. These individuals can offer a wide range of services, such as dietetics, nutrition counseling, weight management, and weight loss plans. 

 

It is best to book a nutrition consultation as a check-up – so that you can tell if your diagnosis can be alleviated with a proper diet, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and cancer.

Where Can I Find A Nutritionist?

Are you feeling fatigued? Have medical problems? Is your acne breakout completely out of control? Do you feel the need for more energy? If yes, it’s time you turn to Katie Moxley, a nutritionist at Natural Care Chiropractic, to discover whether or not the foods you are consuming are causing the problem. These issues often go unnoticed by general physicians. Katie Moxley will assist you to heal through her nutritional counseling sessions naturally while creating a personalized nutritional program that meets all your needs.

 

Everyone in our Lindenhurst office is dedicated to treating and advising you in ways that will help you help yourself, including personalized nutritional counseling for a number of different needs. Our nutrition response testing can also help patients learn to eat for their bodies and promote healing. Our Zyto™ Scan can identify hidden stressors that you have no idea are present in your food.

Lindenhurst Nutritionist: Katie Moxley Has Many Success Stories

Throughout her career as a dietitian, the Lindenhurst nutritionist, Katie Moxley has had numerous successes. A patient suffering from severe Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) was able to eat certain types of food without any worries in less than two months. With Katie’s nutritional counseling sessions coupled with Zyto™ scanning, she has managed to help eliminate fatigue in patients suffering from fibromyalgia, relieve chronic constipation, eliminate acne and improve energy levels in teenage patients, and achieve healthy cholesterol levels. Celiac disease and gluten and lactose intolerance can all pose pain and inconvenience, hence, they should be treated.