Nutrition and Diabetes Counseling
Make a change in your life today by working with a dietitian or Certified Diabetes Educator at CVMC.
Make a change in your life today!
Ask your health care provider for a referral to one our our dietitians or certified diabetes educators or call us directly.
At Central Vermont Medical Center, nutrition and diabetes education and counseling is provided through our Community Health Team dietitians and certified diabetes educators.
Nutrition Education and Counseling
Our Nutrition Education and Counseling Program includes one-on-one nutrition education and counseling, for adults and children, for many conditions.
Dietitians, available through our Community Health Team, provide quality and confidential nutrition counseling and education tailored to your specific needs. We work with you to develop realistic lifestyle goals to best improve or maintain your health.
Conditions that our dietitians can help you with include diabetes, weight management, heart disease. high cholesterol, high blood pressure, eating disorders, cancer, kidney stones, gastrointestinal issues, food allergies & intolerances, and individualized meal planning.
Diabetes Self-Management Education
Our Diabetes Self-Management Education program offers training to people with diabetes so they can live healthy lives. Our approach promotes patient-centered care, working with primary care providers to help patients take control of this chronic condition.
At CVMC, we provide education to help you manage your blood sugar, diet, and fitness routine. We can tailor a program to your personal diabetes needs.
Our services include:
- One-on-one counseling
- Diabetes group education
- Insulin pump therapy
- Insulin management
- Continuous glucose monitoring
For more information about diabetes, including symptoms and risk factors, click here.
Make a change in your life today! Ask your health care provider for a referral to one our our dietitians or certified diabetes educators or call us directly at 802-225-5680.
- Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Vermont Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
- American Heart Association
- Choose My Plate
This guide contains everything you need to know to self-manage your diabetes through eating healthy, exercise, taking your prescribed medications, visiting your doctor regulary, and getting necessary laboratory tests. Includes guidelines, goals, monitoring charts, and more.
- American Diabetes Association
- American Association of Diabetes Educators
- Centers for Disease Control
- National Diabetes Education Program
- National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse (NDIC)
- National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
- National Kidney Foundation
- Medicare Coverage for Equipment or Diabetic Supplies
- Medicare Information