Nutritionist in Inner Harbor


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  • Baltimore Nutrition
    The health coaches at Baltimore Nutrition understand that change comes easiest with a net of support. So they created a community-driven approach toward wellness—one in which clients work directly with nutrition experts, but also with each other. Peer guidance helps fitness seekers stick with the weight-loss solutions at Baltimore Nutrition, including one-on-one wellness coaching and programs for improved athletic performance. Participants can even fuel their efforts with Baltimore Nutrition's on-the-go meals, which are ideal for munching during busy work days or stalemated games of hide-and-seek.
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    1005 South Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Maryland Athletic Club
    Baltimore Health Coach knows that a person’s time can be just as valuable as his or her health. So bulk up your cookbook with speedy meals by grabbing a seat on April 10 for The 15-Minute Meal System, where you’ll witness six cooking demos followed by an interactive discussion and irresistible tasting. You’ll leave with the recipes and the confidence to prepare any one of the dishes demonstrated by your instructor, plus you'll be free to add your own variations, like toothpick-and-marshmallow satellites or magazine plates to cut down on dishes. Or satisfy your curiosity about a little-known specialty confection at The Raw Chocolate Class on March 27th.
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    655 South President Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center
    Directed by Dr. Lawrence J. Cheskin, Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center focuses on healthy, long-term weight loss plans, personalized to suit each client’s metabolism and individual diet and behavior profile. Their team of dietitians and psychologists work together with an exercise physiologist to craft the programs, which fuse diet modifications, workouts, and occasional prescription appetite suppressants. The team centers their custom diets on natural foods as well as prepackaged meals, working with each participant’s preferences rather than insisting they eat imaginary food made of air.
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    Bloomberg School of Public Health, 550 N Broadway, Ste 1001
    Baltimore, MD US
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