Whether you’re looking for the perfect renal diet, tools for managing chronic kidney disease, or advice on diabetes prevention, Top Nutrition Coaching is here to help. With only the best nutrition experts with a proven track record of results, we’re here to find the right renal dietitian and nutrition plan for your needs.
One of Stacey’s many areas of expertise is helping clients with chronic diseases, including heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, and renal issues. As a registered dietitian nutritionist for over eight years, she believes nourishing your body can be a joyful experience. She helps clients make realistic, sustainable changes to their eating habits so they can achieve their health goals.
Meghan has over eight years of experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist and is a certified lifestyle coach in the CDC’s National Diabetes Prevention Program. Her specialties include chronic conditions such as kidney disease, high blood pressure, weight gain/weight loss, heart health, and diabetes prevention and management. She believes that wellness is all about making small, intentional changes.
Rachel is a registered dietitian nutritionist and a member of the National Kidney Foundation and International Society for Renal Nutrition and Metabolism. With over a decade of experience, she specializes in providing medical nutrition therapy for preventing and managing chronic illnesses like kidney disease, cancer, high cholesterol, and pre-diabetes. An empathetic listener, Rachel believes in tailoring nutrition to each individual’s current knowledge and needs.
With over 12 years as a registered dietitian nutritionist, Lauren’s expertise lies in preventing the progression of chronic diseases, including renal issues, diabetes, heart disease, and gastrointestinal problems. She is a Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition and is board certified in Kidney Disease Nutrition Management by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Lauren simplifies food choices to create realistic, long-term nutrition programs for her clients.
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 find the right nutrition expert to help you work towards goals such as healthy kidneys and the prevention or management of diabetes.
Dealing with renal disease is a significant challenge – especially if you're going it alone. Without an expert to guide you, it's difficult to know how to structure your nutrition approach. Even if you know which nutrients your body needs more or less of, it's not easy to make and adhere to significant dietary changes. A renal dietitian can be a massive asset to your nutrition journey. Here are some of the benefits of working with a renal nutritionist rather than going it alone.
With Top Nutrition Coaching, you can connect with the top 3% of nutritionists without ever having to travel or get put on a long waiting list.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw how helpful it is to connect virtually for meetings and appointments. Meeting remotely with a top renal dietitian avoids exposure to communicable diseases and saves time and money by skipping the car ride or subway journey to a distant medical practice.
As the fastest growing chronic disease, diabetes affects one in 12 adults in New York City. As a result of diabetes, many individuals develop renal issues that require a carefully controlled renal diet. Getting the proper nutrition can help prevent or slow the progression of diabetes and is essential for managing chronic kidney disease. However, even when you have the best intentions, sticking to a healthy diet can be very challenging, especially in a busy metropolis like New York City.
In a fast-paced place like New York, most residents have bustling schedules and juggle priorities such as careers, families, education, social lives, and other responsibilities. With the stress of balancing these demands, it can become challenging to find the time or muster the energy to cook a healthy meal, making it easy to resort to fast foods or convenience foods. Unfortunately, these high sodium menus can be particularly detrimental for people with pre-diabetes, diabetes, or renal issues.
Despite New York City’s many transportation options, traffic is frequently congested. When it’s difficult to get across town, making a trip to a large grocery store with a good variety of food options can be challenging. New Yorkers sometimes settle for convenience store items or a quick bite at the diner around the corner, even if these aren’t the healthiest food choices.
Although we firmly believe that Top Nutrition Coaching offers the best strategy for using nutrition to optimize your renal health, there are other options. Here are some of the pros and cons of alternative nutrition strategies you might want to consider.