Combat autoimmune response and symptoms by including nutrient-rich foods in your diet, and avoiding inflammatory ones.
Fruits & Veggies
Herbs & Spices (like Turmeric)
Nuts & Seeds
Foods That May Cause Inflammation
Sugar & High-Fructose Corn Syrup (including soda)
Artificial Trans Fats
Food IS medicine.
Autoimmune diseases vary in nature and present with a range of symptoms and severity. But, one commonality among them all is that every sufferer must find a way to cope. That’s where we come in. A change in your eating habits and food choices can improve energy levels and part of managing your disease.
There’s no one-size-fits-all for auto-immune dieting. We’ll help you identify your triggers, develop a diet that fits your needs, and healthy create meals that you love.
Barbara’s progress has impressed her primary medical team
“I have never had a nutritionist help me as much as the nutritionists at Custom Dietetics. I have been to seven nutritionists over the last 20 years and none of them gave me such a personalized approach as I have experienced here. For every question, there is a new method, food item or recipe to try. I am excited for my appointments each month because I know they’ll try to help however they can. My endocrinologist and primary PA are impressed with my progress. I am so glad Wendy is in my life helping me get healthier!!”
– Barbara C.
If you suffer from any of (but not limited to) the following autoimmune diseases, we can help you improve your diet:
- Celiac disease
- Graves’ disease
- Hashimotos thyroiditis
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
WENDY SCIME RDN, CDN
Wendy believes that food can have a powerful effect on our health and well-being and that each of us have our own personal connection to food. She also believes that through self -reflection, education, and commitment we can all regain our health and pleasure of eating.
“Living with Hashimoto’s Disease myself for the past 19 years, I find that I am constantly learning how it manifests itself in my body and what helps me to progress through a healthy lifestyle. My goal as a Dietitian is to work with you to create a personalized plan that fits your lifestyle and for you to feel comfortable and confident that you can make the changes we agree will set you on your own path to wellness.”