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Proper nutrition is important to staying healthy and for general well-being.

Alpha nutrition services can help with:

  • Weight management
  • Food allergies
  • Digestive issues
  • Pregnancy diets
  • Chronic disease management

How it works

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Describe Your Goals

Answer questions about your health history & nutrition goals online.

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Connect with a Dietitian

A registered dietitian will review your responses and provide tailored diet and nutrition guides.

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Track Your Progress

You’ll work with your dietitian to track your progress and goals.

Alpha Nutrition Service

Establishing behavioral changes around diet is a process that may require multiple visits with a registered dietitian in order to achieve your goals.

Depending on your needs, your registered dietitian will provide:

Tailored Diet & Nutrition Guides

You’ll receive recommendations that cater towards your health goals based on your health history, dietary restrictions, budget concerns, and more.

Grocery Shopping Tips

We’ll provide recommendations of ingredients and groceries to purchase that are within budget, less processed, and will satisfy your cravings.

Suggestions for Eating Out

Learn how to find healthy, delicious items on the menu, ask for substitutes, control portions, and still enjoy your meal.

Understanding Food Labels

Learn about serving sizes, added sugars, saturated fats, and other nutrition facts to ensure you are getting enough vitamins, minerals, and fibers.

Tracking Your Progress

You can continue to connect with your dedicated registered dietitian to discuss how your diet changes are coming along, including achievements, hurdles, and any required changes.

Learning to Keep a Food Diary

Learn how to set SMART goals and keep a food diary to identify choices and patterns, which provide you and your dietitian insight into your eating habits so that they can provide personalized dietary advice.

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Top Questions

What is the difference between a registered dietitian and a nutritionist?
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Registered dietitians have different qualifications than nutritionists. Registered dietitians must complete a four year college degree, complete a supervised practice, and successfully pass a national registration exam. Registered dietitians can help treat clinical conditions, diagnose eating disorders, and plan meals for patient health needs, whereas nutritionists primarily focus on food behavior.

How does a registered dietitian provide support for chronic conditions?
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A registered dietitian will use lab values (provided by you) specific to your medical condition (i.e. cholesterol, blood sugar and hemoglobin A1c levels, and electrolytes) and behaviors to identify changes that can promote better health. They will provide a customized plan based on mutual health goals and may request follow up labs, as needed, to assess progress and additional changes.

What is a SMART goal?
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SMART goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based. A SMART goal focuses on small, doable habits & actions that you can do over time, in order to improve or maintain your health. Your dietician will work with you to help you set a SMART goal along with providing diet and nutrition recommendations.

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