Nutrition Patient Resources

Internal Medicine's Approach to Healthy Eating. If you have conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes or are overweight you may need to make changes in your diet to improve your health. Here are some handouts with information on nutrition and diet.

Nutrition


General Healthful Eating:

Nuts, Oils, Dressings and Spreads                                                                          

Vegetables, Fruits, Whole Grains and Beans

Drinks, Desserts, Snacks, Eating Out and Salt

Fish, Meat, Poultry, Dairy and Eggs

For more information on Internal Medicine's Approach to Healthy Eating, click here

Weight Loss Information:

 Getting Started

The keys to success

Setting Goals

Tip the Calorie Balance

Being Active

Being more active tip sheets

Food and Fitness Diary - Keeping track of what your eating can go a long way in improving your overall nutrition.

Other Helpful Resources:

Lifestyle Patterns Quiz - This quiz can help you understand/identify patterns or habits that have be preventing you 
                                        from losing weight. Fill out and print. Bring it to your next Nutrition visit to help your  
                                        Dietitian better personalize your program to your needs.

Survey of Eating Patterns - This survey is also a helpful tool that your Dietitian may use to help you make     
                                              better choices in your eating.

Cookbook - Delicious recipes to help you begin your journey toward better eating.

Helpful Patient Websites:

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: www.eatright.org

Choose MyPlate: www.choosemyplate.gov