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Nutritional Counseling at WholeHealth Chicago

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We are excited to announce a new addition to our staff. Marla Feingold has joined WholeHealth Chicago as a nutritionist specializing in wellness, lifestyle education, and medical weight management.

Marla works with patients to improve the quality of their lives with nutrition education and lifestyle changes. Using an individualized approach, she’s been successful in helping people adjust the way they live and eat, and improve the way they feel. Marla can counsel you on your nutritional profile, track your progress, help you solve practical problems such as budgeting, and keep you focused. She’s also very comfortable working with children and seniors and, in fact, enjoys working with entire families to improve their health and weight through good nutrition and increased activity.

Marla is an accomplished chef, with years of experience as a sous chef and a pastry chef. She can show you how easy it is to begin making healthful meals for you, and your family and friends too. She’ll also help you develop anti-inflammatory and gluten-free diets.

For your convenience, Marla will be available three days a week at our Lincoln Avenue location beginning the week of November 10. Please call the center at 773-296-6700 to schedule an appointment.

We hope that you find Marla as knowledgeable and energetic as we do.

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