Nutrition Education

It’s true, you are what you eat

What you eat does matter! And, nutrition plays a key role in managing your health. Learning how to choose the right food to eat is one of the most important steps you can take in improving your overall health. The more you know, the more you can prevent serious health complications and live life to the fittest.

The registered dietitians at GHS Life Center provide individual or group consultations, presentations and workshops on a variety of food and nutrition topics. You do not have to be a member of the Life Center to receive nutrition education. However, members will be charged a reduced fee.

Common Nutrition Topics

  • Food intolerances
  • Heart health
  • Adolescent and adult weight related issues
  • Grocery shopping for health
  • Maternal nutrition
  • Family nutrition
  • Fitness nutrition
  • Lifestyle management
  • Food related issues
  • Meal planning

Help yourself live better and longer by eating healthy in addition to exercising on a regular basis and reducing stress. All of the services and support you need to achieve your health and fitness goals are available through the GHS Life Center.

Contact Us

Schedule your consultation today. Gift certificates are also available for purchase. For more information, please call (864) 455-4041  or (864) 455-5548.

Hacking Your Snacks

Planning for healthy snacks can help satisfy hunger in between meals and keep you moving toward your food group goals.

Build your own
Make your own trail mix with unsalted nuts and add-ins such as seeds, dried fruit, popcorn, or a sprinkle of chocolate chips.

Prep ahead
Portion snack foods into baggies or containers when you get home from the store so they’re ready to grab-n-go when you need them.

Make it a combo
Combine food groups for a satisfying snack—yogurt and berries, apple with peanut butter, whole-grain crackers with turkey and avocado.

Eat vibrant veggies
Spice up raw vegetables with dips. Try dipping bell peppers, carrots, or cucumbers in hummus, tzatziki, guacamole, or baba ganoush.

Snack on the go
Bring ready-to-eat snacks when you’re out. A banana, yogurt (in a cooler), or baby carrots are easy to bring along and healthy options.

(choosemyplate.com)