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Here's steps how to complete your assessment.

2. submit the standard laboratory test to our HIPAA Compliant Portal: (844) 364 - 8258.  
These are tests your doctor requires and insurance usually covers:

    •    lipid panel

    •   fasting glucose – hemoglobin A1C

    •   CBC- Complete Blood count 

    •   Basic metabolic panel

3. first appointment is a 90 minute nutritional analysis with registered dietitian, Myrna Haag.                                 The nutritional analysis determines if other tests are needed to complete a comprehensive medical nutrition intervention strategy.   Medical nutrition interventions use food, supplements and lifestyle protocols which are supported by clinical evidence to reverse certain diseases, improve chronic symptoms,and prevent genes from expressing into an illness.  Additional laboratory values that may be recommended include genetic tests, inflammatory markers and antibody presence 

4.  Nutrition/lifestyle strategy report - based on the nutritional analysis - A report that outlines the patient’s most optimum strategy  for health, energy and longevity. The second consultation review with patient; nutrition strategy, food list, meal combinations and cookbook.  

    1. Determine specific foods and supplements that will best support medical condition, medications, genes and lifestyle

    2. Establish macro-nutrient ratios (calories, protein, fiber, carbohydrates and fats) in determining daily goals based on assessment of needs

    3. Properly balance and time portions and dietary  carbohydrates

    4. Define optimum Detox and gut protocol 

    5. Establish a movement and exercise plan

Educate patient on the biochemistry of macro-nutreints and how it applies to their health.  Provide educational materials on balancing macronutrients for proper portion and sugar control.  

5. 3rd and 4th sessions work with patient on building individualized meal plans, based on balancing macronutrients with in their individualized goals established in the nutrition/lifestyle report 

 

(read more) Additional laboratory values that may be recommended for medical nutrition therapies 

Here's steps how to complete your assessment.

1

Sign in at the website- new patient portal 

  • select package 

  • schedule in a time in calendar

  • complete paperwork

  • make payment

2

submit the standard laboratory test to our HIPAA Compliant Portal: (844) 364 - 8258.  
These are tests your doctor requires and insurance usually covers:

    •    lipid panel

    •   fasting glucose – hemoglobin A1C

    •   CBC- Complete Blood count 

    •   Basic metabolic panel

First appointment is a 90 minute nutritional analysis with registered dietitian, Myrna Haag.                              

  The nutritional analysis determines if other tests are needed to complete a comprehensive medical nutrition intervention strategy.   Medical nutrition interventions use food, supplements and lifestyle protocols which are supported by clinical evidence to reverse certain diseases, improve chronic symptoms,and prevent genes from expressing into an illness.  Additional laboratory values that may be recommended include genetic tests, inflammatory markers and antibody presence 

 

3

Nutrition/lifestyle strategy report - based on the nutritional analysis - A report that outlines the patient’s most optimum strategy  for health, energy and longevity. The second consultation review with patient; nutrition strategy, food list, meal combinations and cookbook.  

    1. Determine specific foods and supplements that will best support medical condition, medications, genes and lifestyle

    2. Establish macro-nutrient ratios (calories, protein, fiber, carbohydrates and fats) in determining daily goals based on assessment of needs

    3. Properly balance and time portions and dietary  carbohydrates

    4. Define optimum Detox and gut protocol 

    5. Establish a movement and exercise plan

Educate patient on the biochemistry of macro-nutrients and how it applies to their health.  Provide educational materials on balancing macro-nutrients for proper portion and sugar control.  

4

3rd and 4th sessions work with patient on building individualized meal plans, based on balancing macronutrients with in their individualized goals established in the nutrition/lifestyle report 

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