Nutrition Services

Whether you are facing a chronic illness such as type 2 Diabetes or high cholesterol, or just need to regulate your diet to remove unnecessary sugars or processed foods, our registered dietitians will be available for one-on-one consultations and regular follow-ups. A healthy and balanced diet is a huge part of being your healthiest self and we want to help you achieve that goal.

Healthy Cooking Program

Whether you’re a seasoned professional in the kitchen or are just starting out, we are sure to have a class to inspire you to take your culinary skills to the next level. Our classes cover a variety of techniques and education around healthy cooking in a safe and fun environment. Classes are typically about one hour long and feature one of our healthy cooking instructors to help guide you through the recipes of the day.

Our Dietitian

Emily Morris, MS, RD, LD, holds a bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from Texas A&M University and a master’s degree in Nutrition from Texas Woman’s University. She performs outpatient nutrition counseling at the MatureWell Clinic and also teaches the Healthy Cooking classes in the Lifestyle Club.

We are currently accepting outpatients only with physician referrals. No self-referrals or cash pay options are available. Initial visits typically last about an hour and are designed to provide nutrition recommendations that are personalized for you. Medicare covers our services for patients with diagnosed diabetes (not pre-diabetes), kidney disease, and kidney transplants up to thirty-six months after surgery. Other insurances are accepted, but coverage varies. Check with your insurance provider to see what’s covered for you.

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