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Welcome to Dietary Pathways, Your Path to Nutritional Health.

 “ONLY Nutritionist Offering a Uniquely Created Health Assessment, FREE!”

Healing Through Nutrition

We focus on helping clients heal through nutrition and dietary changes. Many health conditions can be improved or managed through changes in diet.

Specific Conditions

We help provide guidance and dietary recommendations for:

  • Diabetes
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Gluten Sensitivity
  • High Cholesterol
  • High Blood Pressure
  • and more.

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Eating for Nutrition

We do not recommend unhealthy or drastic diets. Our programs are specifically focused on nutritional healing and in moderation.  You can’t starve yourself or deny yourself anything you enjoy eating or you will not stick with a program.  The exception is allergies or intolerance’s where you may need to cut out certain foods and find alternatives.

Custom Dietary Programs

We work with you to find out what you like to eat, what conditions you are trying to treat or health goals you are trying to meet and help design a custom plan just for you. Finding a dietary plan you will stick with and see results from will help you to achieve your goals.

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Keep a Well-Stocked Pantry

When your pantry is full of staples, you’ll find you won’t need to run to the store in the middle of cooking dinner to get a bottle of soy sauce. Plus it makes it easier to improvise a dinner on the fly when you don’t already have something planned. Ingredients like pasta, canned beans and canned fish can be the basis of spur-of-the-moment meals.

Eat What You Love

Eating well is not about deprivation—it’s about that good feeling you get when you eat something that is flavorful, wholesome and satisfying. No food should be off limits. Studies show that depriving yourself of the foods you love, especially in the name of dieting, may cause you to overeat later. Embrace a delicious and healthy way of eating that you can sustain for your whole life. When you bake, limit added sugars. (Added sugars of any kind—whether it’s corn syrup, white sugar, maple syrup or agave—all add calories and don’t offer any nutritional value.) Savor desserts so you really enjoy it without feeling guilty. Bottom line is that maintaining a healthy weight comes down to balancing the amount of calories you eat with the amount you expend during the day.