Height: 5 ft 7 in

Weight: 154 lbs

BMI: 24.1

Registered Dietitian

Jasmine Swier, RD

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

Diagnosis and Treatment Plan


  • Excessive sugar intake related to frequent cravings as evidenced by the self-reported urge to have sugar after every meal.
  • Inconsistent meal timing related to returning to work as evidenced by the need for ideas for work lunches and concerns about scheduling.
  • Inadequate fruit intake related to preference for smoothies over whole fruits as evidenced by dietary intake assessment.


  • Nutrition Education:
    • Strategies for managing sugar cravings, such as incorporating more protein and fiber in meals, mindful eating practices, and healthier snack alternatives.
    • Convenient and balanced lunch ideas for work, focusing on protein and vegetables to maintain energy levels and prevent extreme hunger.
    • Encouragement to include whole fruits in the diet by suggesting easy-to-consume options like apple slices with nut butter or berries in yogurt.
    • Discuss gradual weaning plan for nursing and nutritional needs during this transition.
    • Emphasize the importance of consistent meal times and planning to support energy levels and overall health.
  • Supplement Review: Ensure her current supplement regimen aligns with her nutritional needs and recovery goals.

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Monitoring:
    • Track progress in managing sugar cravings and reducing sugar intake.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of new lunch ideas and their impact on energy levels and hunger management.
    • Monitor fruit intake and any changes in preference or consumption.
    • Assess progress in the weaning process and any associated nutritional changes.
    • Support physical activity goals and adjust plans as needed with her return to work.
  • Follow-up:
    • Schedule follow-up appointments to reassess dietary intake, address new challenges, and provide ongoing support for recovery and health goals.
Topics Discussed


Appointment History

Number of Sessions: 1

Last Updated: May 31, 2024