Diet & Nutrition Counseling in Coppell, TX
A Personalized Approach to Healthy Eating
One-size-fits-all and fad diets just don’t work. Your body has unique nutritional needs. And to feel your best, you must tailor your food intake to meet them.
With us, there’s no need to second-guess or go it alone. As a LifeStream member, you have ongoing access to a personal health coach. They’ll help you identify and eat the right foods. And they’ll be there to guide you beyond the initial program.
LifeStream takes a comprehensive approach to diet and nutrition. Your individualized plan — a result of close collaboration with your provider and health coach — might include any of these evidence-based techniques:
- Strategic dietary changes and food elimination
- Gut health and detoxification support
- Targeted use of professional-grade supplements
- Intravenous (IV) nutrition therapy
It’s about doing everything possible to help you become your healthiest self.
Diet & Nutrition Counseling FAQs
For most people, we recommend a simple elimination diet. This is a key step to restoring a healthy gut, and it helps us find out what foods are best for you to avoid. But you’ll be able to reintroduce most foods — especially in moderation. In an elimination diet, you’ll stop eating the most commonly problematic foods. This gives you the fastest improvement in symptoms possible. We also add healing supplements to improve the health of your gut and overall immune system. But soon, you’ll start a slow-and-steady reintroduction process. You’ll add foods back in one at a time, noting how they make you feel. This process of elimination and reintroduction puts you in control of your health and symptoms. You’ll love the feeling!
As part of a nationwide knowledge-sharing network, our health coaches can bridge the gap between the latest nutrition research and you. They’ll keep you on the cutting edge of nutrition science. And remember: There’s more to health than nutrition and exercise. Want to get better sleep? Are daily stress levels stealing your peace of mind? Your health coach can help you with these issues and more.
Each person is bioindividual. That means different combinations of genetics and environmental factors make us all unique. And this individuality extends to our nutritional needs! That’s why putting everyone on the same diet doesn’t work. Forum Health’s expert providers and health coaches will make a food plan that’s personalized to you.
Keto, paleo, vegan, gluten-free — the list of diet options goes on and on. It seems like every week, there’s a new study with some bold new conclusion. So many claim to have the “one right answer” to nutrition. It can be confusing! Forum Health’s expert providers and health coaches can make a sustainable food plan for you. And they’ll base it on your health conditions, lab results, and how you feel. No more fad diets or cookie-cutter advice!
Our health coaches are trained in both nutrition science and counseling. They’re uniquely qualified to help you overcome barriers to reaching your health goals. Whether you need advice on eating out, traveling, athletic performance, or just forming better habits, your health coach will be on your side and eager to help.
At Forum Health, we won’t settle for short-term improvements. Our health coaches want to guide you on a path to long-term success. They’re trained to coach you toward the unique goals you have for your wellness. Consistency is required, but perfection is not! This isn’t a lose-weight-quick scheme; it’s about real changes that will improve your life as a whole.
Your health coach can help you implement diet changes like reducing sugar, removing problematic foods, and boosting nutrient intake. They communicate the “why” and the “how” of our recommendations — not just the “what.” It’s not just about changing your diet. Through our whole-person approach, we aim to unlock hidden motivations and help you be well for the long term.
Are you wondering if Diet & Nutrition Counseling is right for you?
Call us today to schedule an appointment at our conveniently located Coppell office.