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  • Have you been diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes?
  • Is your A1c not at your goal?
  • Are you at risk for diabetes? Do you have a family history of diabetes?
  • Has your health provider told you your sugars are up and you need to eat better and/or lose weight?  
  • Are you confused about what you can eat? Or struggling to manage diabetes?

If you answered YES, we will provide a unique nutritional assessment going through your medical history, your concerns, and create an individualized plan that works for you.  We can give you the tools to help better manage your diabetes. If you have been told you have diabetes, prediabetes, or are at risk, then we can provide you a meal plan to help manage your blood sugars that fits your lifestyle needs.

Do you know your ABCs*?

*ABC is A1C (a snapshot of what your blood sugars have been averaging the past 2-3 months), B is blood pressure, and C is cholesterol.  It is important to know YOUR numbers.

What Is Diabetes?

Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are both chronic and progressive diseases that affect the way one’s body regulates blood sugar or glucose.  Glucose is the fuel the body needs for energy. In order for the sugar to enter cells, insulin is needed. People with Type 1 diabetes do not produce insulin themselves and need to receive insulin via injections.  People with Type 2 diabetes don’t respond to the insulin their body is producing, or don’t make enough. Both types of diabetes can lead to high blood sugar or glucose.  

Prediabetes means that your blood glucose (blood sugar) is higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.  Glucose is the fuel the body needs for energy. Prediabetes often has no signs or symptoms. Although we don’t know the exact cause of prediabetes, one’s family history, genetics, inactivity, and excess fat (especially around the stomach) are risk factors. People who have prediabetes don’t process blood sugar efficiently anymore, resulting in glucose building up in the bloodstream which is not able to enter the cells to provide fuel for energy.  High blood pressure, low HDL cholesterol (the “good cholesterol”), and high levels of triglycerides (fat) are associated with prediabetes.

Without lifestyle changes, people with prediabetes are likely to develop type 2 diabetes related to insulin resistance or lack of insulin production.  

Evidence shows that nutrition therapy improves blood sugar, helps with weight management, and improves cardiovascular risk factors.

How We Help

The good news is that healthy eating, increasing physical activity, and maintaining a healthy weight can help normalize your blood sugars.  The latest Consensus Report recommends individualized nutrition counseling for all people with diabetes and prediabetes.  Evidence shows that working with an RDN can decrease A1C* by up to 2%.

The Diabetes Prevention Program showed that people with prediabetes who lost weight reduced the incidence of type 2 diabetes by 58% over 3 years.  Losing weight (5-10% of one’s starting weight) can improve insulin action and lower fasting blood sugar.  Regular physical activity can improve insulin sensitivity and lower blood sugars.

*A1C or HBA1C glycosylated hemoglobin is a snap shot of what your blood sugars have been averaging the past 2-3 months.

Meeting with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Diabetes or Prediabetes

Registered Dietitians are experts in the nutrition field. Many of the RDNs at Anderson’s Nutrition have a Master’s Degree with additional certifications. All of them hold the credentials of an RDN through the CDR.  An additional certification important for dietitians assisting diabetic patients is the CDCES. A CDCES, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist is someone who has experience and knowledge working with the prevention, treatment, and management of diabetes and prediabetes.


Our trained experts will work with you to create realistic and customized goals because we want to ensure long-lasting results. We use small changes, focusing on the why and how’s, so that blood sugar levels normalize naturally.

We will provide individualized recommendations for carbohydrate consistency, heart-healthy foods, and meal composition to support a healthy lifestyle around diabetes management and/or prevention.

We will help you design a new lifestyle that will allow you to use food and exercise as the first line of defense against the effects of rising blood sugars. Using the latest research, we will teach you natural ways that you can normalize your blood sugars and decrease the risk of developing diabetes.


Behavior change can be hard. That is why our dietitians are trained in behavior-change coaching, to help you identify barriers and create realistic strategies so that you can reach your goals and accomplish difficult tasks.


Our clients typically experience weight loss, more energy, and increased confidence to manage prediabetes while working with our team of RDNs.   Many have seen a decrease in A1C, and some return to normal A1C levels. We work with our clients to incorporate a broad range of healthy lifestyle choices to decrease the risk of developing diabetes that can be maintained lifelong.

My doctor was so happy! My fasting glucose is back to normal and no medication needed.

– 47 y/o Female

My A1C dropped from 7.3 to 5.8 while working with Anderson’s Nutrition!

– 49 y/o Male

I am off my metformin after 6 months of working with Anderson’s Nutrition!

– 68 y/o Female

My A1C dropped from 11.0 to 6.7 while working with Anderson’s Nutrition!

– 72 y/o Female

Meet Our Diabetes Nutrition Experts! 

Nicole MS, RDN, CHWC

Samantha, RDN

Christine, MS, RDN, CDCES


Stefania, MS, RDN

Abigail, RDN

Darcy, RDN

Tammy, RDN

Erika “Nikki” – MS, RDN


Insurance | Program | Self Pay


Most insurance companies will provide benefits for nutrition counseling, often times the coverage is at 100%, so we suggest that if you want insurance to cover, you check your insurance coverage before setting an appointment.

Learn How To Check Your Insurance Benefits

We have additional tools that may not be covered by insurance. Tools such as the meal planner, fitness, and tracking. Learn More.


We have several different program durations for you to select from. Choose which one fits your needs. Almost all patients succeed in meeting consistently to get the support and results they need. You can start with a consultation for $160 prior to purchasing a program. The consultation fee can be applied to one of the programs below. If you feel you would like to meet weekly with your dietitian, we can design a discounted program for you. Services are HSA and FSA eligible.

Newly Diagnosed


10 weeks | 7 sessions

  • 7 one-on-one sessions with RDN
  • Individualized nutrition education and recommendations
  • Weekly diet and blood glucose analysis
  • Interactive menu planning
  • Supplementation guidance
  • 20% off supplements
  • RD on Demand

Refresh Program


8 weeks | 5 sessions

  • 5 one-on-one sessions with RDN
  • Individualized nutrition education and recommendations
  • Weekly diet and blood glucose analysis
  • Interactive menu planning
  • Supplementation guidance
  • 20% off supplements
  • RD on Demand

Prevention Program


8 weeks | 5 sessions

  • 5 one-on-one sessions with RDN
  • Individualized nutrition education and recommendations
  • Weekly diet analysis
  • Interactive menu planning
  • Supplementation guidance
  • 20% off supplements
  • RD on Demand

Once purchased- It is time to get you scheduled. You can head to the online scheduler. You will select the PRE-PAID (1 hour) option. Or you can call our office at 602-770-7611 to get scheduled. Need assistance, contact us.

What your program includes

Nutrition Counseling

Meet with your dietitian in a one-on-one session, either in person or virtually, to discuss medical concerns surrounding dietary choices and nutrition, receive individualized education and recommendations, and work together to create a plan that feels sustainable for a lifestyle change.

Interactive Meal Planning

Understand your unique nutrient needs and receive a customizable, interactive meal plan. Your plan includes meal preferences, intolerances, and cooking capabilities to create meals and grocery lists to meet your needs.

Diet + Blood Glucose Analysis

Your dietitian will be able to evaluate your diet and the effects on your glucose numbers. Wherever you are in our journey, you’re always in the driver’s seat.

Virtual Grocery Store Tour

You have the option to use a session to take us to the store with you. Get all your questions answered and learn more about what foods are ideal.

RD on Demand

You have access to your dietitian in between sessions for questions, support, and coordinated care with your healthcare team.

Self Pay

If a program is not what you are looking for, you can pay as you go. Services are HSA and FSA eligible.

Initial Visit


per visit

  • Meet with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) to discuss your health concerns
  • Receive a nutrition assessment + education
  • Review current labs
  • Supplement recommendations (if applicable)
  • This visit type can be scheduled using the online system or by calling the office

Follow-up Visit


per visit

  • Continue your care with follow-up sessions.
  • You and your dietitian will determine your treatment plan and how many visits are ideal

How To Get Started

If using insurance or self-pay, you can use the online scheduler, click on the appointment type or call the office. If you are booking a program, use the purchase now button and then head over to the online schedule.


We are available in most states for virtual one-on-one.

Meet your dietitian from anywhere there is a connection from any device. Our HIPAA compliant software lets you enjoy the flexibility but keeping the in-person feel.


Check location details for the addresses. 

Meet your dietitian at our location in Arizona or Pennsylvania. Our rooms are large enough for a family to feel comfortable and get the hands-on experience they are looking for.

Still have questions?

Let’s set up a FREE 15-minute consultation.