Patient
RB

Height: 5 ft 7 in

Weight: 270 lbs

BMI: 42.3

Registered Dietitian

Mark Levine, RD

Insurances: Aetna,Anthem,Blue Cross Blue Shield,Cigna,Humana,United Healthcare

Diagnosis and Treatment Plan

Nutrition Assessment / Anthropometric Measures

No reported weight, is struggling with old habits, dinner proving most challenging d/t children's busy activity schedule, not preparing dinner then picking up or ordering unhealthy food choices

Reports has continued to be active daily, no sweets at gas station, healthier snack options and portions, feels better overall

Nutrition Diagnosis (PES statement)

Obesity related to food- and nutrition-related knowledge deficit as evidenced by BMI of 42.0, reports overconsumption of high-fat and energy-dense foods

Nutrition Intervention

Reminded of all positive changes she has made up to this point, that this is a process and is challenging, this current issue is an obstacle that she can learn how to overcome with planning for her week and having dinners made for busier days

Goals:

1. Grocery shopping on Sunday, plan dinners around around busy activity schedule

Monitoring & Evaluation

2 week f/u, monitor weight, diet and exercise, evaluate goals

Topics Discussed

Weight Loss

Appointment History

Number of Sessions: 7

Last Updated: Apr 29, 2024