This program combines the skills of a Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian to empower patients to manage their diabetes. It includes two 1-hour visits and additional follow-up visits as needed.

Diabetes Care

Similar to the MedDiet but with a greater emphasis on reducing sodium, the Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension will painlessly change your eating habits. Based on research studies sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, the DASH lowers high blood pressure and improves levels of cholesterol. You’ll enjoy natural, unprocessed foods and use olive oil as your primary source of dietary fat.

Dash Diet
For Hypertension  

Nutrition Counseling

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A Dietitian can help by providing Medical Nutrition Therapy for:

  • Healthy Eating
  • Obesity/Overweight 
  • Eating Disorders 
  • Dyslipidemia 
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Gastrointestinal disorder
  • Prediabetes/Diabetes 
  • Formula Diets 
  • Coronary Risk Reduction
  • PCOS and more

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For the Convenience of Your Patients:

  • Priority Appointments – within 4 business days
  • Tele-nutrition – Virtual consultations are available
  • Reimbursed by Insurance
  • Comprehensive Reports
  • Convenient Hours

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Our Dietary Intervention Programs

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What Our Patients Are Saying

“Sustainable, easy to follow and the goal of weight management is excellent. Kudos to the friendly staff.”

— F.A.

“After only five weeks working with Stephanie, I feel so much healthier! I have more energy than I have had in a very long time!”

— K.S.

"Thank you for always pushing me to do my best even through this pandemic."

— Y.S.

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If so, we can make it happen. Once we receive your referral, we will call your patient and schedule their initial visit within 4 business days. All services are reimbursed by most insurance plans. 

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For either primary or secondary prevention, the first step in reducing heart disease risk is embracing a healthy lifestyle. Our dietitians focus on a Mediterranean diet, shown to reduce cardiovascular events by 30 percent. 

MedDiet 
For Cardiovascular Risk Reduction  

By combining the best of Mediterranean and DASH Interventions, the “MIND” diet has been found to be effective in reducing dementia risk and slowing cognitive decline. 

MIND Diet 
For Cognitive Impairment  

While not a cure-all nor appropriate for everyone, by reducing carbohydrates and increasing healthy fats, our TCN program restores insulin sensitivity, promotes weight loss, and may prevent the progression of pre-diabetes to Type Two Diabetes. If you've lost weight only to regain, if your diabetes is difficult to control, or you have interest in a ketogenic diet, TCN can help.  

Therapeutic Carbohydrate Nutrition (TCN)

Metabolism is the chemical process your body uses to transform the food you eat into the fuel that keeps you alive. A metabolic disorder occurs when the metabolism process fails and causes the body to have either too much or too little of the essential substances needed to stay healthy. You can develop a metabolic disorder when some organs, such as your liver or pancreas, become diseased or do not function normally. 

How Do They Occur?

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Some symptoms that can run in the family are:

What Causes Them?

Insulin is a key player in developing type 2 diabetes and other metabolic disorders. This vital hormone—you can’t survive without it—regulates blood sugar (glucose) in the body, a very complicated process. Too much and your body becomes insulin resistant, leading to an excess of blood sugar which eventually gets stored as fat. The end result: weight gain and priming for metabolic disorders like diabetes. 

How Does Insulin Factor In?

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We offer customized solutions to assist you, whatever your situation. Whether you’re;

  • A father who just suffered a heart attack
  • A mother with hypertension
  • A grandfather with early memory impairment
  • A parent seeking advice for their family
  • A newly diagnosed diabetic
  • A person who simply can’t lose weight

We’re here for you and ready to help.

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Why HealthWayRI?

The Registered Dietitians of HealthWayRI combine a perfect blend of education, training, and experience. They provide targeted,evidence-based nutritional interventions to meet the specific medical needs of our patients.  

At HealthWayRI, we recognize that our current epidemics of obesity 
and diabetes are not simply the result of mindless eating but reflect disordered metabolisms. Therefore, our innovative services go beyond behavioral issues and healthy eating. Instead, using disease-specific diets and lifestyle modifications, we'll guide you through the process of restoring a balanced metabolism.      

  • Infections
  • Toxin Build Up
  • Medication overuse
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Vitamin deficiency 
  • Genetic factors/inherited conditions

At HealthWayRI, we recognize that our current epidemics of obesity and diabetes are not simply the result of mindless eating but reflect disordered metabolisms. Therefore, our innovative services go beyond behavioral issues and healthy eating. Instead, using disease-specific diets and lifestyle modifications, we'll guide you through the process of restoring a balanced metabolism.      

“Danni has been amazing at showing me how to work with my tools. She is always willing to explain things to me or take a quick call if I have questions. The whole office is kind, courteous. They all remember me and compliment my success. They are a great team and 10/10 would recommend! Can’t say enough good things. Especially Danni!”

— A.T.

“I would not be in a healthier position if I did;t have your help. You and your office staff treat me with kindness and respect. By coming regularly, it keeps me focused. I feel great, at 75 I feel healthier than I have in years thanks to you.”

— D.F.

"Danni has been an absolute angel and incredibly helpful. Never any judgement even on the months I could’ve done better with my nutrition. I even recommended a fellow friend that had weight loss surgery to see her. I would recommend again and again. 10/10."

— E.S.

I have been a diabetes client of Deborah at Healthway RI for just about a year. She has always addressed my concerns, is very easy to talk to, and often suggests food products and coping skills for both weight and insulin management. From our initial meeting, she fully invested in educating me on the role of food (particularly carbs and fiber), exercise, and stress in my diabetes treatment. Deborah is patient, upbeat, and insightful. I was totally overwhelmed when diagnosed with this ongoing challenge, and I have now adapted so many of Deb's suggestions and dietary changes to my daily life. I feel I have found a new and trusted friend. 

— M.C.

"Compassionate, understanding and encouraging whether problem is physical or emotional. Has been my mainstay for many years. All personnel helps 110%.  Nutritional and diabetes education excellent from HealthWay."

B.S.

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