Healthy Eating/Health Coaching
True or false?
“I need to have a pre-existing medical condition or unbalanced diet to seek health coaching.”
False. You don’t have to be sick to work with a dietitian. In fact, when you are well is the best time to start working with one.
“Working with a health coach in-person is the only way to get the results I want.
False. With work, familial responsibilities, social life, etc., we know prioritizing your health isn’t always easy -- especially if it means being present in an office. That’s why we’re flexible! We can work with you over the phone or video chat.
“I’m worried about getting a health coach. They’ll be disappointed and angry with me if I’m unable to maintain my health plan.”
False. A health coach is in your corner! We’re here to support you in those moments to keep you on track, not reprimand you. If something isn’t working, we can adjust as necessary.
“I think a health coach could benefit my overall well-being, physically and mentally.”
TRUE! Let’s get started.
With headlines purporting a different diet every week, tons of research to sift through, and conflicting opinions, it’s difficult to decide on what a truly “healthy lifestyle” looks like. And that’s because it’s different for everyone
We’ll help you set your goals and be there every step of the way to help you meet them.
Choosing a healthier lifestyle is the first step towards having more energy, improving your health and boosting your mood. It’s not always an easy journey, but you’ll get plenty of guidance and support from our Registered Dietitians/Nutritionists the entire way.
We’ll help you achieve your goals through developing a health plan tailored specifically to you. No more keto or Atkins diets, no more yo-yo dieting. This is about YOU, the results YOU want, and getting you there in the healthiest way possible.
Michelle’s small steps have led to big results
“Working with Custom Dietetics has been great! Each time I meet with my dietitian, we set a couple realistic goals to work on. Small steps towards healthier habits. I don’t feel overwhelmed with the changes I’m making and it is keeping me motivated. Sticking to the plan and goals, I have consistently lost weight. With a realistic approach, I do not feel deprived from the food I love. I can still go out to eat and have a social life. For the first time in my life, I can say I have a healthy approach to eating and I now understand when people say it’s a lifestyle not a diet.”
– Michelle L.
Examples of eating plans that may be used:
- DASH (Dietary approaches to stop hypertension)
- Heart Healthy
Take control over your health! Schedule with one of these Dietitians that specialize in Health Coaching today!
HEATHER KELLEHER RDN, CDN
Heather believes that health and wellness are achievable for all through nutrition and proper nourishment. She enjoys working with people who just need a nutrition "check-up" and believes it's okay to meet with a Dietitian just to be sure you are on the right track with your food choices.
“My goal as a Dietitian is for us to work together to give you the skills and confidence you need through small, attainable dietary and lifestyle changes to properly nourish your body so you can live your life to the fullest.”
JESSIE DALY MS, RDN, CDN
Jessie’s areas of expertise include disease prevention and overall wellness. Jessie has a passion for helping individuals feel their best by optimizing their health through nutrition and lifestyle changes. She meets individuals where they are in their health journey and creates a specific plan for their needs and pace. She loves teaching people how to eat and live mindfully; encouraging healthier habits and showing them how simple and easy it can be along the way. She is able to foster a positive mindset around changing lifestyles for the better and encourages clients to express their thoughts and difficulties along the way.
"I believe that through food we can elevate our mental health, energy, and overall well being. Food-related positive energy comes from recognizing the way your body feels when nourishing your body properly. Discovering what foods work best for your body is just as important as being able to have a healthy and positive relationship with food."