Prevention is the best healthcare for your future.
Our staff dietitian provides nutritional counseling to patients on a one-on-one basis. Our dietary program relies heavily on patient education for its success. This department is also responsible for ensuring that our inpatient population is receiving specialized diets per physician orders.
Your Everyday Guide to Good Nutrition
Making healthier choices in your diet comes down to three main points: Eat less fat, eat less salt and eat more fiber.
Good nutrition includes not only what you eat, but also how much you eat and how you prepare it.
Nutrition and Health Conditions
Following a healthy diet can help reduce your risk for a variety of diseases and illnesses.
Children and Teens
The earlier you teach your kids about good nutrition, the more likely they are to maintain a healthy weight.
As we age, our nutrition needs change. We may need more fluids and possibly dietary supplements.
Eating well while you're pregnant is not that much different than at other times: You still need to follow a healthy diet.
For more information, call 256-927-5531.