Peace of Nutrition    

 

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Do you know what foods you need to eat

but need a little help with how?

Peace of Nutrition is a locally based dietetic and nutrition practice focused on providing convenient, quality nutrition services to individuals, families and 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. 

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 
'Nutritionist' and a 'Dietitian.'
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Top Twelve Reasons to See a
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
 
1. You have prediabetes, diabetes or a family history of diabetes.
 
2. You are struggling with achieving or maintaining a healthy weight despite efforts.

3. You have a family history of heart disease or high cholesterol.

4. You have high blood pressure.

5. You're trying to avoid gluten or most carbohydrate foods.

6. Your stomach always hurts or you have diarrhea/constipation.

7. You suspect you may have food allergies or intolerances.

8. Your parent is aging and has developed a decreased appetite.

9. Your child or teen has issues with food, eating or dieting.

10. You're vegan or vegetarian.

11. You want to improve your exercise performance with diet.

12. You want to eat better, but need some help with recipes or don't feel comfortable cooking.