About Nevada Nutrition Specialist
Nevada Nutrition Specialist is a nutrition team made up of registered dietitians and qualified nutrition professionals. We are dedicated to improving the nation's health by empowering our clients to take control over their health. As registered dietitians, we specializes in weight loss and disease prevention, management, and reversal. We have helped many clients fulfill their health and wellness goals and achieve a long-term solution with sustainable, goal-oriented nutrition intervention. Our dietitians are also published in prominent health journals, involved in our community, and active on social media.
Eat Whole Foods
Whole foods are foods that are unprocessed or unrefined, or processed and refined as little as possible. This ensures that the food contains it's beneficial and nutritious components, like fiber, phytochemicals, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Whole foods have less impact on blood sugar, improve digestion, and promote greater weight loss.
Eat Delicious Foods
Eating healthy should be synonymous with delicious, despite what kind of boring diet you may have tried. We take food seriously around here. When creating your nutrition plan, our dietitians take into account things like flavor, texture, and the enjoyment of eating. In fact, a good nutrition regimen should make you forget you're even on one!
Keep It Simple
The key to staying consistent and getting results is a simple, easy to follow plan. Most people appreciate recipes that are close to meals they already love and make regularly. The more complex something is, the more difficult it is to stick with in the long haul. Simpler also tends to be healthier as well!
Benefits Of A Plant-Based Diet
A plant based diet is one that is based predominantly or entirely on plants, and little to no animal foods. Over the years, plant based diets have become recognized as one of the best ways to protect against, manage, and even reverse, chronic disease.
A plant based diet is made up of foods like beans, potatoes, leafy greens, veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds. It is also lower in saturated fat and higher in antioxidants. A plant based diet is widely accepted in the medical community to be one of the best for weight loss, lowering cholesterol, improving digestion, and controlling blood sugar.
Improve Blood Markers
Improve blood markers like triglycerides, cholesterol, glucose, hba1c, hormones, vitamins, and minerals.
Giving your body the nutrition it needs, and leaving out ingredients that contribute to inflammation and sluggishness, will make you feel more alert, energized.
Lose Weight, Improve Body Composition
Losing excess body fat in a sustainable, and enjoyable way, will help improve blood markers, metabolism, and energy levels.
Have A Better Quality Of Life
Doing what you love in good health is always the ultimate goal to have. Whether that means being able to spend more time with kids, getting outdoors, or living pain free - we want to help you achieve that.
Work With Our Dietitians
Our goal is to provide you a unique nutrition experience that helps you reach your health and fitness goals, or manage health conditions. After an initial consultation, our registered dietitians will create a plan just for you, whether your goal is to simply lose weight or get off blood pressure medication. Your health and quality of life are our priorities so we will help keep you accountable. Your dietitian will provide you continuous support and availability, so you don't have to wait for an appointment if you have questions or concerns along the way.
“Maybe it’s a good time to ask the question again: How is our meat-rich, carb-poor diet working for us? We are currently experiencing a diabetes epidemic, and the affected people are eating more meat and cutting out fruit. Are they doing any better? From what I see in my office, absolutely not.” - Dr. Garth Davis, Bariatric Surgeon & Author of Proteinaholic
"If people just understood how you could make hypertension just disappear in weeks to months by changing the diet, in a large number of people, they’d find it pretty amazing." - Outgoing American College of Cardiology President Kim A. Williams, MD
“The primary reason diseases tend to run in families may be that diets tend to run in families.” ―
"Prescribing hypertension or cholesterol medication without addressing nutrition is like spraying Febreeze instead of taking out the garbage." - Andy Bellatti MS, RD.