Going Virtual: How Nutrition Instincts is Helping People Stay Healthy During COVID-19

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Going Virtual: How Nutrition Instincts is Helping People Stay Healthy During COVID-19

Going Virtual: How Nutrition Instincts is Helping People Stay Healthy During COVID-19

Nutrition Instincts – San Diego Nutrition Therapy
Nutrition Instincts is at the forefront of making health advice accessible to all. Lindsay Stenovec and her team at Nutrition Instincts are stepping up amidst the COVID-19 pandemic to provide virtual nutrition therapy options for their clients throughout San Diego County. As one of the top nutrition counseling providers in the area, they are pleased to announce their new virtual services offering that is accessible through a secure online portal.

SAN DIEGO, CA – With the importance of healthy living – mind, body, and soul – being emphasized now more than ever, Nutrition Instincts is at the forefront of making health advice accessible to all.

Lindsay Stenovec and her team at Nutrition Instincts are stepping up amidst the COVID-19 pandemic to provide virtual nutrition therapy options for their clients throughout San Diego County.

As one of the top nutrition counseling providers in the area, they are pleased to announce their new virtual services offering that is accessible through a secure online portal.

Lindsay says, “We want to give families and individuals access to our wellness programs without them having to leave home… the quality and attention to detail of our counseling services will remain the same, but the ability of people to access our therapies will greatly improve.”

Nutrition Instincts provides a plethora of nutrition counseling services; these cover several important areas such as eating disorders, diabetes (including gestational diabetes), intuitive eating, pregnancy and postpartum, family feeding, and body image.

“Because we’re dietitians who work in the mental health field we also have unique training to support our clients with the impact that mental health challenges like anxiety and depression can have on food – emotional eating, low appetite and food obsession due to scarcity concerns, just to name a few.”

There’s no doubt that virtual services will be a critical part of counseling moving forward, and Nutrition Instincts has made this transition seamlessly through their secure online system  

“We hope to be able to visit with patients face to face in our offices in Encinitas and Rancho Bernardo, but we are also working hard to ensure our virtual services will address your needs moving forward.”

Additionally, Lindsay has cultivated an insightful podcast for moms called The Embodied and Well Mom Show. Her goal is to provide a “helpful companion along the motherhood journey.”

Each episode features real motherhood stories, intuitive eating, self-care and wellness lessons to help moms remain as happy and healthy as possible.

The podcast can be found on IntuitiveEatingMoms.com along with a series of online wellness programs that are geared towards families.

Between creating content for her podcast and serving clients virtually with Nutrition Instincts, Lindsay and her team are serving others in a variety of ways through this difficult time.

“We owe it to our clients to remain accessible right now. Health and wellness are being talked about on an international level like never before, and it’s our duty to give guidance to those seeking answers in our local community.”

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Company Name: Nutrition Instincts
Contact Person: Lindsay Stenovec
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Phone: (619) 797-5838
Country: United States
Website: https://nutritioninstincts.com/

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