Is Nutrition Counseling For You?
While many athletes have a meal ritual on game day, what we eat every day has an impact on both our performance and recovery.
Medical nutrition therapy can be beneficial for addressing the symptoms of many conditions including diabetes, thyroid conditions, depression, anxiety, migraines, ADHD, autoimmune conditions, digestive disorders, and food allergies.
What we eat is highly personal, and my goal is for you to enjoy the widest variety of foods possible.
What Should I Expect?
We practice medical nutrition therapy from an integrative medicine and intuitive eating perspective. We are a weight neutral practice following Health at Every Size© principles. You should expect to discuss your goals, current health, training schedule, medical history, and lifestyle habits at your first appointment. At follow-up appointments expect to discuss progress on tasks and mini-goals along with any changes in appetite, mood, energy level, performance or recovery.
Do You Take Insurance?
Fueled & Fed Nutrition is an out-of-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield and United. You are expected to provide payment at the time of service and will be provided a superbill to submit for reimbursement.
For other insurance companies, we can provide a receipt for you to submit to your insurance provider.
We are happy to do an eligibility check to determine if your insurance covers nutrition services.
Do You Accept HSA/FSA?
Yes, provided that you obtain a letter from your primary care physician stating that medical nutrition therapy is a medical necessity.
Do You Offer Meal Plans?
In a word, no. We have found that meal plans are too inflexible for our clients’ needs. We are happy to discuss how a food fits into a balanced diet or if it aligns with a specific condition.
Do You Offer Sliding Scale?
Yes, limited sliding scale appointments are available to clients who are not covered by insurance and cannot afford the full fee. Please contact me to discuss further.