Each nutrition consultation is completely personalized to help you feel your best. Whether your focus includes weight loss, weight gain, rebalancing digestion issues, autoimmune conditions, athletic performance, balancing hormones, or improving your relationship with food, I learn about your history, habits, and unique situation to create a plan specific to you!

Book your complimentary phone consult to learn more.

 

FREE Phone Consultation 30 min $0

 

On this phone call, my goal is to get to know you and your health concerns in order to best support you on your health journey. I will then explain how I go about my practice to make an individualized plan for you.

 

Initial Consultation 90 min $175

 

Much of our first session will be spent getting to know your health status, eating habits and nutrition concerns. You will receive a detailed body composition analysis using the Inbody 230, which we will use to establish your starting point and track your progress. Additionally, we discuss what you hope to achieve through nutrition counseling and together we will establish personalized goals as well as discus recommendations to achieve them. Depending on what you need, I may provide meal planning strategies, food suggestions, nutrition education, supplement recommendations, and/or lab testing. Lastly, we will make a plan for follow-up appointments.

 

Follow-up Sessions 50 min $99

 

The purpose of the follow-up appointments is to measure your progress, make dietary adjustments as your body changes, and make sure you are progressing as desired. We will continue to track your body composition changes using the Inbody 230. Each and every time we meet, you can expect to leave with a new goal and information you need to succeed!

 

 

                                                                  

COMMON QUESTIONS

 

Do I need to be local to set up nutrition counseling with you?

If you live in the DFW area, nutrition counseling can be done in office. Many clients enjoy and prefer the relationship we establish through our face-to-face consults as well as the equipment available at the office (e.g., the Inbody 230, lab testing, etc.). However, I have clients from all over the world, and the counseling is just as effective though telephone consults and email support. FaceTime is also an option. While face to face counseling has certain benefits, phone and internet consulting is often a more convenient option for many.

 

 

When and where can I come see you?

Nutrition counseling appointments are available Monday-Saturday.  My office is located on the second floor of the Valliance Bank Office Building at 5900 S. Lake Forest Dr., Suite 200, McKinney, TX 75070.

 

 

What do I need to do to prepare for my first visit?

Prior to the first meeting, I will email you (a little) paperwork to fill and submit online. This includes some very basic information about you, consent and release forms, privacy practices, and payment information. I also include a “food diary” form in your paperwork. It is very helpful for you to keep a diary of the foods you eat for a few days prior to your appointment to help me get a better idea of your usual habits and preferences. It doesn’t have to be perfect; ballpark is fine.

 

 

How often will I come see you?

The frequency of our visits depends upon your current nutrition status and goals. It is common to meet more frequently in the beginning to build momentum and then less frequently over time. Most clients see me every 1-4 weeks initially. Nutrition counseling provides the information and support you need to stay on track with your goals and gradually adopt a meaningful, sustainable lifestyle.

 

 

What payment methods do you accept?

Accepted payment forms are credit, debit, check, PayPal, or cash.

 

 

Why don’t you take insurance?

Working with insurance is nearly a full-time job in itself, which takes time away from working with my patients. I would rather focus my time, attention, and energy on you. If you have insurance, I will gladly provide you with an invoice you can submit for reimbursement with your carrier. You’ll just need to check with your insurance company to find out if nutrition services are covered.