The First Step

Together we will review your current behaviors, identify challenges and create an individualized solution-focused plan as the first step on your journey towards optimal health by Eating Well & Aging Well.

Benefit #1

You’ll always receive caring, supportive and compassionate expert nutrition advice free from judgement and criticism.

Benefit #2

You’ll get tailored nutrition recommendations personalized to meet your specific needs and requests.

Benefit #3

You’ll have access to a secure HIPAA compliant platform where all of our communications will be private and protected from spam.

The First Step

Your a la carte nutrition counseling session may include the following:

  1. Complete nutrition assessment
  2. Evaluation of lab values and medications
  3. Laser-focused personalized recommendations
  4. High-quality research-based supplement suggestions
  5. Individually tailored meal and snack plans where applicable
  6. Behavior change exercises and enlightening session takeaways

What Our Amazing Clients Have Said

Don’t just take it from me, let them do the talking!

All my numbers at my yearly physical came back great! I’m so grateful for Regina’s help. It meant the world to me and feels so good to be healthy again.


When my husband was diagnosed with heart failure, I was overwhelmed and didn’t know where to turn. Regina was an answer to our prayers.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take?
Plan on 60-90 minutes for your initial assessment. Follow-up visit timeframes can vary from 30-60 minutes.
How much will it cost?

In some cases, insurance may cover all or a portion of your visit. We are in network with BCBS, Aetna, United & Medicare. A la carte services typically have a higher investment than packages and bundled sessions. View all of our services to see details.

What's the difference between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist?
Many people mistakenly use the terms “dietitian” and “nutritionist” interchangeably. Although these two professions are undoubtedly related, they maintain distinctive qualities. The biggest difference between dietitians and nutritionists lies in the legal restrictions that each title carries. Only nutritionists that become registered with Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) may legally declare themselves as dietitians or more precisely, registered dietitians nutritionists (RDNs). Licensure may also be required depending on the state.

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