Remote Nutrition Consultation – Online Custom Meal/Healthy Eating Service Update

One Hungry Bunny, an online nutrition information and healthy recipe resource, is expanding services to offer phone and video consultations ranging from general nutrition information and health improvement to medical nutrition therapy.

The expansion in services accompanies the nutrition services, science-based diet education, and healthy recipes that founder Katie Pfeffer offers on her website. Whether audiences want to improve their eating habits, manage a chronic illness, lose weight, or create a holistic wellness lifestyle that includes nutritional foods that don’t sacrifice taste, One Hungry Bunny is a comprehensive platform that offers guidance in those areas.

More information is available at http://onehungrybunny.com

With the addition of video and telephone consulting, Katie Pfeffer is giving One Hungry Bunny followers and visitors the opportunity to gain personalized insights and science-based guidance on their current nutritional habits, health decisions, and goals.

By working with the Registered Dietitian, individuals can achieve their personal health goals. Although nutritionists can help with weight loss, their focus is on overall wellness.

Beyond the articles, recipes, and photographs One Hungry Bunny features, is over five years of experience Katie gained in inpatient clinical settings. Katie worked in the ICU, Psych, and general medical units in Boston, Massachusetts. She is skilled at assessing nutritional needs, calculating general enteral and parenteral nutrition support, and providing necessary nutritional guidance and education.

The One Hungry Bunny platform features a range of recipes suitable for those striving to maintain a healthy lifestyle and those following a stricter vegetarian or vegan diet. Many of the recipes are also kid-friendly, and versatile enough they can be prepared as breakfast, lunch, or a side dish to accompany dinner.

Working with the benefits of soy as a plant-based protein ingredient, One Hungry Bunny features an Easy Vegan Quiche Cup recipe that is naturally cholesterol-free and an excellent source of polyunsaturated fats, known to benefit heart health. The soy-based quiche cups are also a good source of iron, B vitamins, potassium, and zinc. They can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for a healthy, on-the-go snack.

Other featured recipes at One Hungry Bunny include Herb and Mushroom Sourdough Bread Stuffing, Lemon Raspberry Muffins, and Maple Pecan Granola.

By providing nutrition counseling by phone and video, Katie Pfeffer is making practical nutrition advice and personalized simple solutions to everyday health accessible, affordable, and convenient.

Visit http://onehungrybunny.com to find out more.

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