Eat well, live strong, be healthy!
Red Berry Health & Nutrition provides health and nutrition education through individual and group counseling. We can help individuals understand the importance of developing and maintaining healthy eating habits through portion control, healthier food choices and physical activities.
Our health and nutrition programs are individualized to promote better adherence to lifestyle changes.
We are committed to the health and well being of the older adult. This group of individuals makes up an incredible segment of the population with baby boomers being approximately 76 million strong. We recognize this shift in the demographic of our population, and we are prepared to help those who are aging to eat well, be strong and be healthy.
We believe in disease prevention, therefore, health and nutrition education is a major part of our services. We encourage individuals to select healthier food options, increase physical activities and develop and maintain healthy emotional status.
We embrace the safe handling of foods to prevent food borne illnesses, through Food Safety and Sanitation Education.
Our mission is to demonstrate that Nutrition and Health Education is effective in the management of nutrition related diseases such as diabetes, cardiac disease and obesity. It is to promote the benefits of physical activities as part of a healthier lifestyle. To emphasize the importance of safe food handling in the prevention of food borne illnesses.
To help individuals eat well, live strong and be healthy through a healthier eating lifestyle, incorporating consistent frequent physical activities of choice and the handling of foods safely.
- To provide health and nutrition education through individual counseling and group seminars.
- To increase awareness of the impact of poor eating habits on the health and the economic costs of treating nutritional diseases.
- To promote physical activities as part of a healthier lifestyle.
- To help individuals understand the need to practice safe food handling to prevent food borne illnesses.