Registered Dietitian Guided Nutrition Services (RDGNS)
Our registered dietitian promotes the utilization of diet and lifestyle changes to treat or manage chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.
Depending on the patient's needs, both group education and individual counseling is available highlighting the importance of diet, regular exercise, and living a healthy lifestyle. Counseling is available by appointment, and is covered by many insurance companies with a physician's referral. If your consultation is being referred by a physician the registered dietitian will contact you to schedule your appointment once the referral is received.
Some of the conditions that can be helped through RDGNS include:
* High blood pressure
* Food allergies
* Cancer / cancer treatment problems
* Eating disorders
* Irritable Bowel Disease
* Bariatric Surgery Meal Planning
SCKMC Grocery Store Tours with Registered Dietitian Diane Ray
Good nutrition starts with smart purchases. Learn how to make healthy food choices aisle by aisle during our FREE grocery store tours led by Registered Dietitian Diane Ray.
Each hour long tour will focus on making the most of your food dollar with tips for easier and healthier shopping, while providing you information to understand food labeling. Each tour is designed to cover a different subject and is limited to no more than six participants.
Shopping for Diabetics/Heart Health
Proper nutrition is key for individuals with chronic health issues. This tour is designed to point out healthy and tasty options for those with specific diet restrictions.
Healthy Eating for Families On the Go
Between meetings, school activities, sports, and more it can be hard to provide healthy and tasty options that the entire family will enjoy. This tour is designed to provide some shopping solutions for the family short on time.
Nutrition for Seniors
Cooking for one or two can become a burden. However proper nutrition is essential to good health as we age. This tour is designed specifically around the dietary needs for seniors and how to prepare meals for smaller families.
Tours last approximately one-hour and are limited to no more than six participants.