Diabetes Management

Diabetes is a chronic disease affecting more than 20 million and threatens about 40 million Americans. Its main symptom is high levels of blood sugar caused by insufficient production of the hormone insulin, or body resistance to insulin, or both.

Poor management of diabetes can lead to serious health problems, such as poor vision, skin infections, foot complications, kidney problems, high blood pressure, and others. That is why it is important to seek  help of a professional and learn how to control your blood sugars to prevent or manage diabetes.

Diabetes Education Services

At Nourish Me Nutrition Therapy, we provide diabetes education services to help you control your blood sugars. Our certified diabetes educator Natallia Berila, RD, CDE, CPT, LDN, has a  passion for diabetes management. Like nobody else, she feels for her patients diagnosed with diabetes because her life has been touched and changed by this disease. Her grandmother had been struggling with diabetes for 26 years, and, in 2010, she lost her life due to cancer and terrifying concurrent complications from diabetes. Natallia will never forget how much her grandmother struggled to control her blood sugars, and, therefore, she understands what people with diabetes are going through every day and what they need to manage their lives. Together with Kelsey Shriner, RD, LDN, she provides collaborative care to the patients, providing them with diabetes self-management education and ongoing support.

We Can Help You

If you are overwhelmed by what is happening to you, lost in the information flood, do not know where to start and are need of a coach who understands your situation, contact us today.  We will teach you how to assess your blood glucose patterns and show you which factors affect your numbers the most; we will educate you on carbohydrates role in diabetes management and teach you a healthy balanced diet; we will help you gain control over diabetes creating a plan that is specifically tailored to your needs  and providing you with support and knowledge needed to manage this disease. Let’s do it together. Let’s make a change!