A renal diet can help improve the health of your kidneys, but it can be challenging to choose the foods that are best for your body. Renal nutritionists are experts in diet and nutrition for people with kidney disease who can help you reach your health goals, feel better, and improve your overall quality of life. At Top Nutrition Coaching, we are proud of our team of highly experienced and well-qualified registered dietitians who will design a personalized plan for your needs. We only hire experts with the knowledge, approach, and track record to help our clients achieve lasting success, whatever their health goals.
Rachel is a registered dietitian who helps people struggling with renal concerns reach their optimal health. Rachel has a bachelor's degree in food science and human nutrition from Clemson University. She is also a member of the National Kidney Foundation and the International Society for Renal Nutrition and Metabolism.
Lauren is a registered dietitian and certified renal nutrition specialist who works with individuals to prevent chronic disease progression. Lauren has a Master of Science in Nutritional Biology from the University of California, Davis. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition Dietetics from the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
Meghan earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. As part of her training as a registered dietitian, Meghan completed a dietetic internship at the University of Arizona Medical Center. She is a CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program certified lifestyle coach and is currently pursuing her Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist certification.
Stacey is a registered dietitian with eight years of experience in renal nutrition. She earned her master's degree in clinical nutrition from New York University and her bachelor's degree in nutritional science from the University of Connecticut. Stacey is a certified dietitian-nutritionist and has completed the 75-hour Whole Health Coaching certification.
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.
Our renal nutrition specialists have the training and experience to guide you toward your health and wellness goals. They can set you up with the tools you need to succeed with a personalized renal diet and nutrition plan to help you manage chronic kidney disease and improve overall kidney function
No one knows your body better than you, but improving your health and eating patterns can be very daunting. You stand a much better chance of achieving your health and nutrition objectives when collaborating with an experienced professional. Here are some benefits of working with a renal nutritionist to reach your health goals.
When you meet with an online nutritionist, you open yourself up to many more possibilities than what may be available in your immediate vicinity.
It's not easy to consistently make healthy food choices. Although San Francisco can seem like a "foodie paradise," the reality is more complicated.
While San Francisco has thousands of restaurants and cafes offering a wide variety of global cuisines, this doesn't necessarily make healthy eating easier. It can be tricky to decipher the nutritional content of many restaurant meals. For someone on a renal diet, knowing information such as the specific sodium content of a dish is of the utmost importance.
For many San Franciscans, it can also be challenging to shop at the supermarket regularly. Picking up snacks or processed meals at a local convenience store may be more accessible, especially if you live in the city center and don't have access to a car or live some distance away from the nearest grocery store.
San Franciscans are some of the country's busiest and hardest working people. With demanding, fast-paced careers and schedules filled with family and personal commitments, planning meals that promote kidney health can be challenging. Fast, easy meals can sometimes seem like the only option if you are working through your lunch break or trying to juggle taking care of children or elderly relatives. Working with a nutritionist can help you learn how to make easy, sustainable changes to your eating habits that work with your busy life, rather than forcing you to adopt an entirely new approach to food.
It can be tough to sift through the conflicting information online about the best ways to lose weight, develop healthy eating habits, and live healthily. We believe that Top Nutrition Coaching's virtual nutrition counseling sessions are the best way to make dietary changes and adopt a proper nutrition approach. However, there are other options to consider, each with its own pros and cons.