Renal nutritionists have the critical task of helping people find a diet that meets the nutritional needs of someone suffering from chronic kidney disease. A renal nutritionist can be the difference between meeting your health goals and struggling with chronic illness. The nutritionists at Top Nutrition Coaching are committed to achieving lasting success for their clients, no matter your focus. Our nutrition specialists have a proven track record of favorable health outcomes, and we'll match you with the ideal specialist for your specific needs.
Rachel is a registered dietitian with a Bachelor of Science degree in food science and human nutrition from Clemson University. She is a member of the National Kidney Foundation and the International Society for Renal Nutrition and Metabolism. Rachel is currently in the process of becoming a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and she recently completed a 75-hour Whole Health Coaching course.
Lauren is a registered dietitian with a Master of Science degree in Nutritional Biology from the University of California, Davis. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Dietetics from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Lauren is a certified specialist in renal nutrition and is certified in Kidney Disease Nutrition Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Meghan attended the University of Northern Colorado, earning her bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She took part in a dietetic internship at the University of Arizona Medical Center and is a CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program Certified Lifestyle Coach. Meghan is currently pursuing a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist certification
Stacey is a registered dietitian-nutritionist with a Master of Science degree in clinical nutrition from New York University. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in nutritional science from the University of Connecticut. Stacey is a board-certified specialist in Gerontological Nutrition and has completed a 75-hour Whole Health Coaching certification program.
As a certified renal nutritionist, Janine has been helping people reach their health goals for over a decade. In that time, she's learned that although every person has unique dietary needs and preferences, they all want to feel amazing. That's why she tailors her approach to each individual client, using a combination of evidence-based scientific research, intuitively-driven holistic practices, and personal experience.
We'll match you with an experienced renal dietitian nutritionist who can guide you toward your health goals. Whether you'd like to get help managing chronic kidney disease or fitting a renal diet into your busy schedule, we have a nutrition expert who can provide what you need.
When working towards your health goals, having a professional in your corner is always good. Here are a few specific benefits of working with a renal nutritionist instead of trying to manage everything yourself.
Here are a few considerations to remember as you start looking for the best renal nutritionist for your health needs.
Atlanta is known for many wonderful things, but it's not always easy to choose healthy, kidney-friendly foods in the city. Many people rely on cars to reach distant supermarkets and often turn to fast food options rather than preparing healthful meals.
In Atlanta, you may find foods that are low in nutrients but are easy to get your hands on, such as fast food and processed supermarket meals. For optimal health, it's essential to have access to nutrient-dense foods like whole grains, various fruits and vegetables, and high-quality protein sources. It can be hard to know which foods are the most wholesome, but working with a knowledgeable renal nutritionist will help you make the best choices for your health.
Just as fresh fruits and vegetables can sometimes be hard to access, especially if you live in an area with few supermarkets, fast food seems to be everywhere in Atlanta. If you are one of the many Atlanta residents with a busy job and family life, it can be hard to resist the appeal of quick and easy meal options. However, these options rarely provide a balanced diet, especially if you’re trying to protect your kidneys by limiting sodium and potassium. Taking the time to plan healthy meals consistently can feel impossible if you have multiple work and personal commitments to juggle.
It can be challenging to choose the proper nutrition program. Although we firmly believe that Top Nutrition Coaching offers the best approach to renal health, here are a few other options you might consider.