Grand Traverse Nutrition – Prevention
Helping busy people stay healthy

Grand-Traverse-NutritionFor Individuals, Couples and Families

Prevention starts of your plate. Whether you are a competitive athlete, a recreational runner or someone who wants to have more energy, look and feel better; food choices and our relationship with food not only affect our ability to reach personal goals, but more importantly have a significant impact on our health and quality of life.

At Grand Traverse Nutrition, we apply our evidence-based nutrition expertise to meet the needs of all individuals. Our aim is to share with you our love of good food and appreciation of the healthy choices available to us today, while supporting your individual needs (family life, career, physical activity) and personal goals, guiding you down your own successful, sustainable nutrition pathway.

Grand Traverse Nutrition’s recipe for prevention services:

  • Nutrition check-up
    • Food intake and energy balance evaluation
    • Vitamin and mineral needs
    • Healthy snack and meal planning ideas
    • Nutrition questions answered, accurate and easy to understand
  • Weight management
    • Personalized meal pattern and sample menus
    • Nutrition education and meal planning strategies for success
    • Dining out, travel nutrition and eating on the go
    • Pantry makeover – Personalized grocery lists
    • Intuitive & mindful eating strategies
    • Wellness Coaching and support for developing healthier eating and physical activity habits with our health partner Smart Wellbeing
  • Plant-based meal planning
    • Flexitarian
    • Vegetarian – pescatarian, lacto-ovo
    • Vegan
  • Cooking Smart – Tips & Recipes

 

Cooking Smart Cooking Classes
For Individuals, Families or a Cooking Class “Party” in your home

Cooking a great meal at home doesn’t have to be complicated. Grand Traverse Nutrition offers back to basics cooking classes focusing on:

  • Delicious, nutritious, “fast” food
  • Balance with quick and easy whole foods in sensible portions
  • Meals made from scratch with 5-7 ingredients or less
  • Time saving techniques
  • Local, in-season food – at its best for nutrition, taste, and cost
  • Cooking with herbs and spices
  • Eating with good “sense” – flavors, colors and textures that go together for great taste and good health

Contact Miranda for more details and to schedule.