Binge Eating

Binge Eating

Binge eating is defined by out of control eating and not being able to stop more than a few times a week which can cause many nutrition related health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. It can also lead to extreme guilt and depression. Treatment of binge eating is possible, and recovery is achievable. For binge eating it is recommended you meet with your licensed dietitian weekly and one of our mental health therapists. Your dietitian nutritionist may also recommend a psychiatric evaluation and/or refer to other medical professionals.

What to expect:

At your initial 55 minute nutrition counseling session visit your licensed dietitian nutritionist will evaluate your condition(s), develop an appropriate treatment plan and may recommend 25 – 55 minute follow – up nutrition counseling sessions. Your licensed dietitian nutritionist may also recommend nutrition testing or refer to other medical professionals for further evaluation. If you are interested in metabolism testing please let the receptionist know when you schedule your nutrition session, and your licensed dietitian nutritionist know at the start of your visit and your metabolism can be measured at your appointment. If weight loss is a goal your licensed dietitian nutritionist will also recommend the right amount of calories, carbohydrates, proteins, fat and other nutrients necessary for you to achieve your weight and health goals, show you how to use our preferred food tracking software, and may recommend one of our weight loss programs and/or weight loss coaching.

Insurance coverage and rates

Contact us and our receptionist will schedule you with one of our licensed dietitian nutritionists for an initial 50 minute appointment at one of our office locations or virtually through our HIPPA compliant telehealth system or over the telephone.

All of our licensed dietitian nutritionists are in-network with United, BCBS and Aetna. Most insurance companies now offer nutrition benefits. If you have insurance benefits for nutrition and you have met your deductible you only need to pay your co–pay at the time of session if you have one. For more information about your insurance benefits please visit our insurance and billing page.

Self-Pay Rates for Nutrition Counseling

55 minute initial nutrition counseling session ………………$200
25 minute follow-up nutrition counseling session…………………..$100

How do I get started?

Contact us and our receptionist will ask you to fill out our insurance verification form and schedule you with one of our licensed dietitian nutritionists for an initial 55 minute session at one of our office locations or virtually through our HIPPA compliant telehealth system or over the telephone.

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