Green Acorn Nutrition does not accept insurance. Why might you consider paying for nutrition counseling? First, you will get out of the box thinking and nutrition approaches. Second, you get access to an interactive food journal and chatting features. And lastly, another great perspective is that many insurances are charging copays as much as $60-80 for one session with a dietitian and insurance denials can leave you paying for the full session at a practice charging much more than I do. Note - I do strictly telehealth. Thank you for your business!
Food Allergy + Intolerance Nutrition Counseling
For adults and children who have one or more diagnosed food allergies. We focus on allergen avoidance, safe food preparation and storage, eating outside the home, dating, travel, and most importantly how to make sure you or your child is getting all the nutrition necessary when avoiding foods. If you do not have a food allergy, but suffer from an intolerance, I can help you avoid your trigger foods and find healthy alternatives. Examples include low histamine, sulphite, nightshades, lectins, gluten, and dairy.
IBS & Gut Health Nutrition Counseling
If you're struggling with symptoms of gas, bloating, cramping, distention, constipation, or diarrhea, I can help. We will explore food triggers of your symptoms, elimination diets to include FODMAPS, and improving overall gut health and repair.
Women's Health Nutrition Counseling
For women with nutrition needs for fertility, pregnancy, post pregnancy, PCOS, and menopause. These issues are very much impacted by what you eat and your overall nutrition.
Children's Nutrition Counseling
Picky eating? Starting solids? Unhealthy snacks? If you are a parent who spends a lot of time worrying if you're getting nutrition right for your kiddo or teen, we can help. We focus on mending picky eating, what foods to introduce to babies, filling nutrition gaps in eating, and overall healthy eating for children and families.
Weight Loss, Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes Nutrition Counseling
I take a non-traditional approach to weight loss, cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes. I promote meals high in good healthy fats (including butter and animal fat/protein), high potassium, high fiber, lower carb, low sugar, and moderate protein in order to promote metabolic health...which helps manage all of these conditions.
Metabolic Health, Ancestral Diet, Healthy Eating
Yup, most of what we eat is making us metabolically unhealthy and overweight. I promote less sugar, less refined carbs, low seed oils, more animal proteins, healthy fats (including full fat dairy and butter), whole foods, super food polyphenols, gentle fasting, and more. Always and the center of what we do, we must consider quality of life, ability to enjoy food as a gift, and accept the reality that life gets hectic and therefore we must keep food and "diets" in perspective.