Ocean Health Initiatives offers a full range of outpatient nutrition services designed to help you achieve optimal health and feel your best.
What is a Dietitian?
A Dietitian is a food and nutrition expert who can translate the latest scientific breakthroughs into practical food choices.
Individualized Nutrition Counseling
Nutrition counseling is available for, but not limited to, the following areas:
Dietitian and You
By improving your eating habits, you are taking steps towards a healthier you. During your appointment with the Dietitian you will receive individual counseling and specific guidance with personalized goals. Your registered dietitian will:
- Review your diet history and help you set goals that fit your lifestyle
- Analyze your usual food intake and suggest changes to improve your eating habits
- Provide personalized diet instructions based on mutually determined goals
- Work with your OHI provider and inform them of your nutrition care plan
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What to expect during your nutrition appointment. Click below for brochures.
2023 Nutrition Department Online Classes
- All Classes will be facilitated via Microsoft Teams
- Both Program last 5 weeks
- Live Classes with our Registered Dietitian
Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention (HDSP)
Attending all of the HDSP programs, participants will receive a fit bit, two cookbooks, and a daily food journal.
HDSP class schedule to be announced. Please check back for updates.
Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSMES)
DSMES class schedule to be announced. Please check back for updates.
OHI'S REGISTERED NUTRITIONISTS
Education and Industry Experience: I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree and completed my supervised Dietetic Internship at Montclair State University. I became a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist through the Commission of Dietetics Registration in 2014 and have been working in the field ever since. I have experience and different areas of dietetics such as retail, community, clinical in-patient and outpatient nutrition.
How long have you been with OHI: Since February 2022
What does your day to day look like within your role: Patient education through medical nutrition therapy in one-on-one consultations to set personalized goals or education in group settings to share ideas and collaborate with others.
Favorite part of working at OHI: Helping patients realize their own skills and potential to nourish their bodies in ways that work for them and re-build a healthy relationship with food.
Certifications: Certificate of Training in Obesity Interventions for Adults through the Commission of Dietetics Registration.
Quote: “I enjoy what I do, especially helping my patients find balance in their lives to enjoy the foods and activities they love all while promoting health and wellness.”