1. How much do I already know about basic nutrition – components of food, nutrient or calorie
recommendations appropriate to me, how to read & interpret a food label, etc.?
a. Very little, almost nothing
b. Not much, but I can kind of read a food label
c. Pretty good idea of the basics, could use more info
d. Already received formal nutrition education in the past
2. Previously, how well have I succeeded at trying to make changes to my eating and/or lifestyle habits on my
a. Miserably; can’t stick to anything for more than a few days, or I’ve tried a thousand times without any
b. I do okay for a little while, then get bored or overwhelmed and give up
c. I’m pretty good at sticking to changes, but need a boost every once in a while
d. All I need to know is “what to do” and I don’t look back
3. What is my current weight and/or health status?
a. Underweight, very overweight, or obese, WITH diagnosed lifestyle-related health conditions
(e.g. diabetes, hypertension/hypotension, cardiac disease, kidney/liver disease, etc.)
b. Underweight, very overweight, or obese, WITHOUT any diagnosed health conditions
c. Somewhat out of weight range (over- or underweight), with some warning signs of health
conditions (high/low blood pressure, high/low blood sugar, high cholesterol, etc.)
d. Pretty healthy – at or near “normal” weight, without current health conditions or warning signs
If you answered...
Mostly Ds – consider a One-Time Assessment to give you a snapshot of how you’re doing and areas where you can improve. The rest is up to you.
Mostly Cs – consider a Nutritional Mini-Series to point you in the right direction, give you feedback as you make initial changes, and answer some follow-up questions. After a month, you’re on your own.
Mostly As and Bs – we strongly recommend our Ongoing Support (new clients) or Continued Support Programs (existing clients only).