I provide a full service, concierge nutrition program specializing in the care and treatment of:
A Personalized Approach
The Allison Vogel Way
The main force behind my practice is a deep desire to help individuals achieve their long-term diet and nutrition goals.
First, we will start with a brief, complimentary phone consultation, so that I can learn about your goals and you can learn more about my approach. Next, we will meet for your initial nutrition counseling session. During this 90-minute session, we will discuss your goals, barriers and lifestyle, so that we can develop a personalized plan together in order to meet your needs. Shortly after your initial session, you will receive a Visit Summary, which is an in depth summary of your session and also includes your goals and meal and snack ideas, as well as behavioral techniques to break-through the food noise. You will also receive any additional, relevant resources needed, which will vary based on individual needs.
Follow up sessions are scheduled according to the individual's needs and include a 45-minute session (via in-person or phone), also complete with a visit summary that details your new, short-term goals. With the purchase of bundle packages, you also have unlimited email and phone/text access for additional support.
Each client is individually evaluated and provided with a well-researched and comprehensive plan they can follow for the rest of their lives.
Health is so much more than just what we eat...
We are born natural intuitive eaters. Kids innately balance their food intake, eating when they’re hungry and stopping once they feel full. As we grow older we create rules around food and lose our inner intuitive eater. We learn that food is for celebrating, for self-soothing, and just for "something to do."
Intuitive eating is not a diet. It’s a way to learn to eat outside of the diet mentality, with a focus on using your own internal hunger, fullness, and satisfaction cues to guide eating choices. It's about thinking what foods you really like and how to appropriately have them. No rules, restrictions, and definitely no "should" and "shouldn't."