Nourishing Diet  &  Lifestyle Change

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our office is open for in-person visits through appointment only.

NEW patients may schedule a traditional or virtual appointment by clicking here. Current patients with existing appointments will be rescheduled for Telehealth until further notice.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Nutrition Assistance

For more information on NOURISHING YOURSELF DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC enter your email below and we'll send you a free set of handouts!  Learn how to shop safely for food and ensure good nutrition during these tough and unprecedented times!

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Thank you! Your handout on NOURISHING YOURSELF DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC created by Peace of Nutrition, LLC is on the way! We hope you find it useful to maintaining good nutrition through tough times. Please contact us at (904) 377-6190 for more information or to schedule a nutrition appointment. We look forward to speaking with you!

We are pleased to announce we now offer Telehealth consultations!  We have implemented newly expanded Telehealth services for all of our existing Medicare patients. *New patients* and existing self-pay patients who do not currently have a follow-up scheduled with us may schedule an appointment for a Telenutrition consultation at anytime during this unexpected closure. Please call 904-377-6190 for more information.  We wish you well until we see you next!

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Wondering if you should see a RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist)?

Here's a list of examples where seeing one would help.

  1. You have prediabetes, diabetes or a family history or diabetes.
  2. You are struggling with achieving or maintaining a healthy weight despite efforts to eat right.
  3. You have hyperlipidemia or high cholesterol.
  4. You have hypertension.
  5. You're trying to avoid gluten or wheat or sugar.
  6. Your stomach always hurts or you have diarrhea or constipation.
  7. You suspect you may have food allergies or intolerance.
  8. You are aging and have developed a decreased appetite or sense of taste.
  9. Your child or teen has issues with food eating or has abnormal eating patterns.
  10. You're thinking about a 'plant-based' diet or avoiding animal products in your diet.
  11. You want to improve your exercise performance with diet.
  12. You want to eat better but need some help with how. 

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What is the difference between a Nutritionist 

and a

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)?

These terms can easily get confused but the distinction is important and the titles are not interchangea​ble. The term 'Nutritionist' is not regulated and, in most states, almost anyone can decide to call themselves a nutritionist. A 'Registered Dietitian Nutritionist' is a licensed professional with formal nutrition education and the term is strictly regulated.   They are food and nutrition professionals trained to translate the ever changing and complex world of nutrition into advice you can actually digest.  They also work with your doctor and other healthcare providers to optimize your healthcare plan and support continuity of care.  Using evidence based practice MNT guidelines, RDNs can assist you with meeting your nutrition needs and related goals by implementing sustainable dietary changes that can last a lifetime.  Call us today. 



From the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics:

"A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) has met academic and professional requirements including:

  • Bachelor's degree with course work approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).
  • Accredited, supervised practice program at a health care facility, community agency or foodservice corporation.
  • National examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
  • Continuing professional educational requirements to maintain registration on an ongoing basis.

RDNs who are members of the Academy are not only food and nutrition experts — they are leaders in the field of dietetics. Members offer preventive and medical nutrition therapy services in a variety of settings. Some also hold additional certifications in specialized areas of practice. They are able to translate the science of nutrition into practical solutions for healthy living and to help individuals make personalized, positive lifestyle changes." 

Nutrition Services Sampling

Individual Nutrition Consultation

One-hour initial visit includes full nutrition assessment, dietary analysis with personalized recommendations, sample meal plan and tailored take-home materials.  Ideal place to start if you've never seen a RDN and great way for a nutrition check-up if you have.

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Couples 

Consultation

Streamline your nutrition goals and learn how to best meet your nutrition and health goals together.  Spouses or significant others can join up for a one hour consultation including full nutrition assessments, personalized dietary recommendations and tailored take-home materials.

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One-Day Full Dietary Analysis Report

Learn where you're starting from and which is the best path to take to meet your nutrition goals.  Report includes regular intake compared to your current dietary recommendations, suggestions for diet improvement and sample meal plan for optimal weight management.

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DIRTY DOZEN 2019


Strawberries

Spinach

Kale

Nectarines

Apples

Grapes

Peaches

Cherries

Pears

Tomatoes

Celery

Potatoes

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AND DETAILS

BY CLICKING HERE

More than 200 pesticides and breakdown product residues can be found on most produce sold in the U.S.  Washing & peeling does not eliminate this contamination.

CLEAN FIFTEEN 2019


Avocado

Sweet Corn

Pineapple

Frozen Sweet Peas

Onions

Papayas

Eggplant

Asparagus

Kiwi

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Cantaloupe

Broccoli

Mushroom

Honeydew Melon

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AND DETAILS

BY CLICKING HERE

Eating organic fruits and vegetables and those with the lowest pesticide residues can drastically reduce intake.

TOP FOOD ALLERGENS & INTOLERANCE

ALLERGENS

  1. Milk
  2. Eggs
  3. Peanuts
  4. Tree Nuts
  5. Soy
  6. Fish
  7. Shellfish
  8. Wheat

INTOLERANCE

  1. Dairy/Lactose
  2. Wheat/Gluten
  3. Caffeine
  4. Salicylatees
  5. Amines
  6. FODMAPs
  7. Sulfites
  8. Fructose
  9. MSG
  10. Food Colorings
  11. Sugar Alcohols
  12. Yeast

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What Our Patients Have Shared

I've had diabetes for 20 years and have been on insulin for just as long. Even though my insurance wouldn't cover it, Amanda was the first person who actually sat down with me and told me exactly was steps I needed to take to help better control my blood sugar.  It wasn't easy, but after three months, I feel better than I have for as long as I can remember.  My blood sugar is now under control and my 'A1c' is better than my doctor has even seen it.

L.Bennett

With each visit I learned something new.  Amanda was there to help coach me and guide me through the problems I was having.

A.Kerne

The grocery store tour was much more than I expected.  My oldest child joined us on the tour and has been the food shopper for the household ever since.  For both of us actually seeing what foods to pick out and what to avoid really stuck.  Shopping hasn't been the same since.

D.Adams

Call us to schedule your first appointment

(904) 377-6190