Nutritional Counseling

Most women believe they are well versed in what “healthy eating” looks like. Yet the reality is, everyone’s body is different. What’s healthy and nutritious for one person can cause negative reactions in another. Furthermore, your mental and physical health is affected by your diet, just as your views and values are shaped by your experiences. So once you understand how specific foods affect the functionality of your minds and body, you gain greater understanding and control of your overall health.

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At Navesink Wellness, you can get one-on-one counseling, customized meal plans, and recipes and food journal analysis, as well as several other nutrition-related services.

Thérèse Bonanni MS, RDN

Clinically trained in evidenced-based medical nutrition therapy address conditions such as: Weight management, Metabolic disorders (pre/diabetes), Prenatal and postnatal nutrition, GI conditions such as celiac disease, IBS, IBD & GERD, Cardiovascular issues such as hypertension (high blood pressure) and high cholesterol, Menopausal concerns.