Peace of Nutrition, LLC - Nourishing Diet & Lifestyle Change
Peace of Nutrition 

A locally based dietetic and nutrition practice focused on providing convenient, quality nutrition services to the community. 

Whether you're looking to better manage your weight, decrease your risk for disease or just learn how to better choose and prepare more healthful foods, we have a variety of nutrition services to help you.  Tailored visits make us sure you'll be happy working with us towards your nutrition and health related goals.  The path is up to you, but a little guidance and is always nice along the way. 

  • One-on-one nutrition counseling
  • Virtual consultations and assessments
  • Personalized weight loss programs
  • Disease management 
  • Diet analysis reports
  • Grocery store tours
  • Pantry Consults
  • Recipe analysis
  • Home visits

Please visit our Services page for a complete listing of our offerings.
Or call (904) 377-6190 to schedule an appointment today.  

Nutrition is a part of almost every healthcare treatment plan.  It plays a starring role in the management of many chronic diseases.  Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) are food and nutrition experts.  They are trained to translate nutrition science into information and advice you can digest. Using evidence based practice and professional judgment, RDNs can help you make real changes with real information.  They help you take charge of your health now and into the future.  Make sure you know the difference between a 'Nutritionist' and a 'Dietitian.'
 
Peace of Nutrition is here for your health and nutrition needs!
Check back in with us for new updates as our website is regularly updated
and there's always more to come!

Are you concerned about
pesticides and chemical residue
on your fresh fruits and veggies?
 
Take a look at the most recent
Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen

Fresh produce that contained the most include:
 
The Dirty Dozen*:

1.   Apples
2.   Bell Peppers
3.   Celery
4.   Cherry Tomatoes
5.   Cucumbers
6.   Grapes
7.   Nectarines
8.   Peaches
9.   Potatoes
10. Snap Peas
11. Spinach
12. Strawberries

* Look for these foods in the organic section of the produce at your grocery or at your local farmer's market!

Fresh produce that contained the least include:
 
The Clean Fifteen**:

1.   Asparagus
2.   Avocado
3.   Cabbage
4.   Cantaloupe
5.   Cauliflower
6.   Eggplant
7.   Grapefruit
8.   Kiwi
9.   Mangoes
10. Onions
11. Papaya
12. Pineapple
13. Sweet Corn
14. Sweet Peas
15. Sweet Potatoes 

** Rest assured that these fruits and veggies tested clean.

From The Environmental Working Group at www.ewg.org
 
Top Twelve Reasons to See a
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
 
1.  You have or have a family history of diabetes.
 
2.  Your child or teen has issues with food or eating.
 
3.  Your parent is aging and has a decreased appetite.
 
4.  You are pregnant and are concerned about nutrients.
 
5.  You have a family history of heart disease.
 
6.  You've been diagnosed with high blood pressure.
 
7.  You're trying to avoid gluten or have celiac disease.
 
8.  You want to learn more about "the right fats" to eat.
 
9.  You try to avoid sugar or high fructose corn syrup.
 
10. You want to improve your exercise performance.
 
11. You want to eat better, but don't know how to cook.
 
12. You or your family are overweight or obese.
 
 
What's in season and here in the
State of Florida this month?
Summer feels like it came early and it warmed up fast!  Try something new and enjoy nature's very own, freshly made power foodsThose grown right here in Florida are highlighted in orange.

Fruitsapricots, asian pears,avocado, blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, cantaloupe, cherries, cucumber, figs, grapes, grapefruit, guava, key limes, mango, nectarines, oranges, passion fruit, peaches, plums, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, watermelon 

Vegetables:  beets, bell peppers, butter lettuce, chayote squash, eggplant, garlic, green beans, mushrooms, okra, potatoes, radishes, shallots, sugar snap peas, summer squash, sweet corn, zucchini

            Visit your local Farmer's Markets or
Community Supported Agriculture Program
to acquire these locally grown whole foods!

Seasonal info is from www.florida-agriculture.com
Peace of Nutrition, LLC     St. Augustine, Florida     (904) 377-6190    aqpnutrition@gmail.com
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