The types of food you put into your body greatly impacts your health. With so much confusing nutrition advice out there, you should turn to someone you can trust like M. Hazem El Zufari and MD, Anjali Reddy, C-FNP and the family medicine specialists at Family Medicine Clinic and Women’s Health in The Woodlands, Texas. Receive trusted nutritional counseling to help you achieve and maintain optimal health. Call today and book your nutritional counseling appointment or use this website to schedule online.
Everyone has different nutritional needs based on their health history, activity level, age, and weight. That’s why customized nutritional counseling that takes into account your health goals, current condition, and lifestyle is so valuable.
At Family Medicine Clinic and Women’s Health, nutritional counseling helps you learn how to make healthy dietary choices based on your:
Nutritional counseling gives you the knowledge to take care of your body. Learning about and implementing good nutrition into your daily life also helps prevent and reverse chronic diseases.
Eating a diet that’s nutritionally right for you reduces risks to your health and can help prevent you from developing chronic diseases, including:
If you already have one or more of these conditions, nutritional counseling can teach you what foods complement your treatment plan and may even help reverse your condition. At the very least, good nutrition can minimize symptoms and discourage complications.
Even if you are healthy, you can benefit from nutritional counseling. Following a healthy diet ensures you have optimal energy, sleep better, perform better athletically, experience mental clarity, and maintain a strong immune system.
The first steps in nutritional counseling is a review of your health and health goals. Your provider will consult with you to discuss past diets you’ve followed, your preferences, your schedule, and other obstacles you face. Your nutrition plan isn’t a one-size-fits all program.
The counseling sessions help prepare you for the changes you need to make to your diet to have a successful outcome. You’ll check in throughout the process to talk about what is and isn’t working. Your provider can help you adjust accordingly. They may also help you implement other healthy lifestyle practices like exercise.
To get started on the path to healthier eating that supports your overall wellness, call Family Medicine Clinic and Women’s Health to set up a nutritional counseling appointment. You can also use this website to book.