Why eat by chance When you can eat by choice?
All of our programs are developed, implemented and supervised by registered dietitians with extensive experience in weight management, cardiovascular disease, kidney disease and GI disorders in addition to other clinical conditions which have nutritional components in their management.
We know that using Medical Nutrition Therapy and modifying a patient’s lifestyle can prevent or delay the onset or progression of a chronic disease. However, providing patients with a diet plan doesn’t mean they will heed the advice.
That’s where we come in.
We work with people to help them improve their lives.
We understand how difficult it is for people to change the way they eat and live. By working closely with patients, we help them manage their medical issues to improve the way they feel. We consider their eating habits and lifestyles when we provide the tools they need for better health.
Angelo Capozzoli, RD, CSR, LD
“The dose makes the poison.”-Paracelsius “People can eat almost anything in moderation for their medical conditions.”
Make an appointment and find out why Angelo says, “Don’t diet. Live IT!
Angelo has helped his patients in the Atlanta area manage their conditions through medical nutrition therapy, nutrition education and preparation for bariatric surgery for over 20 years. He has served as the Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics State Regulatory Specialist and Co-chair of the Reimbursement Committee. Angelo has been part of an initiative to broaden Medicaid coverage for care in the fight against childhood obesity and was a key player in convincing Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Georgia to credential dietitians as providers. Angelo was also THE first dietitian to apply for Medicare provider status under the 2001 Medicare Act. He has served on the Commission on Dietetic Registration’s Test Development Committee to write the national certification exam for renal specialists. As a Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition, Angelo helps manage in-center dialysis as well as pre-dialysis patients with a multitude of conditions that many dietitians do not normally see in a single patient. He also has a Certificate of Training in Weight Management.