Bigfork Valley Pharmacy
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Dietitian and Nutrition Services

Services provided (with referral):

  • Weight loss/gain counseling
  • Meal planning/Nutritional planning
  • Therapeutic Diet Counseling on topics including low sodium, heart disease, cancer, gout, chronic kidney disease
  • Gastric bypass education

Other services with referral or on contract:

  • Healthy Meals
    • Weight control
    • Food handling
    • Stroke

  • Rehabilitation
    • Sports nutrition
    • Food labels
    • HIV/AIDS
    • Osteoporosis
    • Pediatric disorders
 
30 ways to sneak more fruits and vegetables into your diet
  1. Add blueberries to pancake, waffle or muffin batter
  2. Mix raisins, diced apple or dried apricots into oatmeal
  3. Add pepper, onion, spinach, broccoli or shredded carrot to a morning omelet
  4. Make a smoothie with fruit, low-fat yogurt and ice
  5. Add peppers and onion to hash browns and serve with a little ketchup on the side
  6. Top a toasted waffle with warmed applesauce
  7. Top a pizza with mushrooms, peppers, onions or pineapple
  8. Put a slice of avocado on a regular sandwich
  9. Add mushrooms, peppers, onions or diced carrots to spaghetti sauce
  10. Place a few slices of tomato on a grilled cheese sandwich
  11. Add some extra mixed vegetables to soup
  12. Add celery, onions, carrots or peppers to meatloaf
  13. Replace the jam on a peanut butter sandwich with sliced bananas
  14. Add apples, grapes or raisins to chicken salad
  15. Spread some cranberry sauce on a turkey sandwich
  16. Top pork chops with apples, pears or raisins
  17. Roast fish under a layer of lemon, orange or lime slices
  18. Add layers of frozen spinach or eggplant to lasagna
  19. Top a baked potato with salsa
  20. Use applesauce to replace half of the oil in any recipe
  21. Slice a sweet potato, toss with a little olive oil, season as you wish and bake to make sweet potato chips
  22. Add mandarin oranges or diced pears when making Jell-O® salad
  23. Try mixing dried fruit with almonds and a few M&Ms® as a snack
  24. Mix fresh fruit and granola into yogurt
  25. Add broccoli or diced pepper to macaroni and cheese
  26. Blend cooked cauliflower into mashed potatoes
  27. Choose fruit sorbet instead of ice cream
  28. Enjoy a baked apple stuffed with raisins and topped with a drizzle of caramel sauce
  29. Dip strawberries in chocolate syrup and top with low-fat whipped cream
  30. Roast pears with honey and a sprinkling of ginger


References
Gordon S. 6 sneaky ways to eat more vegetables. Fitness. July/August 1998;144. Healthy servings: from morning to midnight. Available at: http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/?page_id=5. Accessed November 12, 2007.
Review Date 11/07 G-0504

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