Best Nutritionist to Houston TX Gets Results

Houston Nutritionist

Yes, we deliver the most comprehensive and convenient nutrition coaching you’ll find anywhere in Houston! Our educated and experienced nutritionist is a licensed and registered dietitian who can help you not only improve your food choices, but also reprogram your lifestyle habits for lasting results.

Our unique solution combines weekly nutrition counseling with daily diet accountability to help you both overcome food challenges and ensure lifestyle change.

We proudly serve residents in the following Houston neighborhoods:

  • Avalon Place
  • Piney Point
  • River Oaks
  • Hunters Creek
  • Crestwood
  • Memorial Close In
  • Bunker Hill
  • Sunset Terrace
  • Hedwig Village
  • Southside Place
  • Tanglewood
  • Glen Cove
  • West University
  • Rice Court
  • Carlton Woods
  • Southhampton Place
  • Boulevard Oaks
  • Memorial Forest
  • Bellaire
  • Frostwood
  • and more (contact us to see if we can serve yours)

What A Client Has to Say About Us

Slowly over the course of about a year I had gained probably 15 pounds which is sort of unusual for me and I just really needed a little bit of help being accountable to sort of a more healthy style of living. I just needed somebody there to help remind me to make better decisions basically. I saw a coworker of mine over the course of a couple of months she lost a bunch of weight and she looked really healthy and she seemed really happy and that’s sort of what got that conversation going.

Normally when you’re looking for some kind of weight loss program to follow it’s sort of a Russian roulette of trying to guess if maybe this person’s program will work for you versus this program. No deprivation-based diet, which many of them are, is sustainable, it just isn’t! That’s not how you live and even if you lose weight on it the second you get off of it you’re going to gain that weight back because you’re going to go back to the way that you’re eating.

You know, the little odd things that I do, I have a sweet tooth, and they acknowledged that and instead of saying well you absolutely can’t have sweets it’s more like well what can we find that’s healthy to eat that’s not going to ruin your healthy eating during the day but still satisfies that sweet tooth? And we’re just going to acknowledge that that’s going to happen and we’re going to acknowledge that little mistakes will be made and that not everyday’s perfect but how do we kind of work around that so that it works on a day-to-day basis?

I do quite a bit of extracurricular activity so not having to drive someplace and not having to take the extra traffic time is actually a really big deal to me. Whether it’s 30 minutes or 15 minutes or whatever it’s huge for me. I lost the 15 pounds that I had gained so that was great because now my pants fit again and I’m way to cheap to buy new pants. Inches lost all around my body; pretty much the entire thing. Mostly around my waste which is where I wanted to lose it anyway so that was great, that was perfect.

I definitely learned that I wasn’t getting enough protein. I am a vegetarian. I do participate in quite a few athletic endeavors so it’s very important to me that I eat correctly for those activities because if I don’t then my muscle recovery isn’t good, then I can’t go to practice the next day and then I can’t play a good game later that week. So that’s all very important and then I figured out that what I was eating was not really appropriate for how an athlete would need to eat. I learned a lot about how to eat both pre and post workout activities so if I have a two-hour practice how do I fuel up for that and how do I eat after that to make sure that I’m getting the most out of the exercise as possible?

I have been working out that entire time that I was gaining that weight so it was really the change in eating was a huge shift. Just how I approached that and that’s really how I lost the weight. It was not – I was working at the same level, in fact, in some of the months that I worked with my nutritionist I was actually working out less. You can’t put a price on feeling good and being able to move around well and being awake and energetic and just feeling good about yourself.

-Meg W.

Healthy Restaurants in Houston TX

  • Local Foods
  • True Food Kitchen
  • Baba Yega Cafe
  • Snap Kitchen
  • Bellagreen
  • Hobbit Cafe
  • HS Green Fresh Food Kitchen
  • Bebidas
  • Tout Suite
  • Green Seed Vegan
  • Pondicheri
  • A Moveable Feast
  • Pat Greer’s Kitchen
  • Flower Child
  • Loving Hut
  • Leaf & Grain