We specialize in nutrition therapy for eating disorder and addiction recovery. We provide individualized and collaborative care to our clients to assist them in developing a healthy and satisfying relationship with food and their body.Schedule an Appointment
We are a group nutrition practice located in Chicago, Illinois. We believe in helping each of our clients reach their health and wellness goals through comprehensive, collaborative and individualized care. We specialize in nutrition therapy for eating disorder and addiction recovery, as well as weight management, food allergies and sensitivities, improved fertility, and enhanced energy, vitality and mood.
Along with individual nutrition counseling sessions Healthier Tomorrows also offers workshops, group sessions, meal support, and experiential activities such as cooking lessons and grocery store tours.
We provide information, support and motivation to empower our clients to make the lifestyle choices that will help them feel their very best. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you on your wellness journey!
Megan is succeeding in helping us and our teenage daughter learn how to nourish her. Megan works well with all of us and is committed and professional. She gives us tools that we are all using not just our daughter.
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