Contact Kelly

Individual Services Available:
– Nutrition assessment, counseling, education, and follow-up to help you reach your individual goals (weight loss, lowering A1c or blood sugars, lowering cholesterol, etc.)
– Pantry/kitchen clean-up
– Grocery shopping trip(s)
– Menu planning and cooking demonstration(s)

Group Services Available:
– Basic nutrition classes with topics such as, but not limited to (please let me know if there is a specific topic, not listed here, that your group is interested in):
1. Healthy eating
2. Diabetes management
3. Heart health
4. Weight loss
5. Snacking
– Grocery shopping tours
– Cooking demonstrations/classes

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Twitter: @kellynreeser

Interested in scheduling an appointment? Contact me directly at:
Phone: (847)370-3368
or
Email: kellynreeser@gmail.com

Or, fill out the contact form below, and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

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