Nutrition advice tailored to you.
Initial Nutrition Consultation
Assessment of your nutritional status and needs, dietary habits, and overall health. Discussion of goals.
(approx. 1 hour)
Follow-Up Education Sessions
Specific recommendations based upon the initial consultation and your goals. Review of your 3-day food record. At least 2 to 3 follow-up sessions are generally recommended.
(approx. 1 hour)
Be a wise shopper: learn to read and critique food labels. This tour is catered to you – your needs and desires. And you’ll get your grocery shopping done! (approximately 2 hours)
Personalized analysis and recommendations regarding the items in your refrigerator, freezer, and pantry. (approximately 2 hours)
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A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) for 16 years, Keeley has practiced in a variety of settings: long-term care and rehabilitation; public health and community nutrition; and outpatient nutrition counseling and education. Keeley’s specialties include pediatric nutrition, weight management, maternal nutrition and lactation, food allergies and intolerances, digestive disorders, sports nutrition, vegetarianism, and cardiovascular health.
Over the years, Keeley has learned to take a more holistic approach in her nutrition counseling. She prefers to refer to herself as a “nutritionist” rather than a “dietitian”, focusing on healthy lifestyle and nutrition and their affects on the entire individual instead of a particular “diet” per se. Keeley’s specialty is counseling those who have met with a classical dietitian yet experienced little or no progress. Her method of addressing the whole person and not just “diet” enables her clients to experience breakthrough and achieve success.
Keeley graduated Summa Cum Laude from Seattle Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition and a Dietetics Specialization. She went on to complete her dietetic internship at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, where she received the Distinguished Dietetic Intern Award and Scholarship. She recently published her first book, The Poisoning of Our Children | Fighting the Obesity Epidemic in America. Her health and nutrition articles have been published by various magazines and websites as well as cited on sites such as LiveStrong and eHow. Keeley’s passion is to empower individuals of all ages to pursue a healthier lifestyle by improving their nutrition (instead of nutritional) status and fitness level.
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Payment and Insurance
TGBG Nutrition requires a 50% non-refundable deposit prior to all appointments. Once the deposit is made, your appointment is considered confirmed. The remainder of the balance is due on the day of your appointment.
Forms of accepted payment include Paypal, personal checks, and cash. Keeley does not accept insurance but will provide you with a statement that can be filed with your insurance company; depending upon your insurance company and plan, you may receive reimbursement.
We maintain a strict 48 business hour cancellation policy. If you do not provide at least 48 business hours regarding your need to cancel or reschedule, payment for that appointment will not be refunded.