Certain Food Helps
Fight Certain Diseases.
That’s why you need an individualized plan that specifically addresses your health issue.
Fight Disease Without the Side Effects A Nutrition Plan that Helps Prevent and Fight Disease.
Doctor prescribed medication is vital to disease-recovery. But your diet plays a huge role in not just recuperation but prevention. It’s simple enough to remove high fructose corn syrup and processed salty madness out of your diet— but what foods actually help promote health? Which ones specifically fight what ails you? That’s what why we’re in business. We curate a diet that nourishes your body in the way that it needs.
We do a careful analysis of your current diet and eating habits, review all allergies, and start setting goals. With this, we start you on a diet plan to help you reach and exceed those goals. Simple as that.
Tracking Outcomes for Success Follow-Ups and Ongoing Support.
What sets us apart from standard hospitals is prioritizing a personal relationship between the practitioner and the family. This is illustrated through regular follow-ups to monitor progress, make adjustments and to answer your questions along the way.
Follow-up visits for MNT patients are determined depending on severity of the nutrition risk and status of the patient. Frequency is determined by your RDN at the time of the first visit; they can be weekly to monthly.
Medical Nutrition Plan of Action Food is Our Prescription.
Medical nutrition therapy is a therapeutic approach specifically done by registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) to treating medical conditions and their associated symptoms.
We send all nutrition notes to the referring MD and/or any other MDs on the patient's treatment team to ensure maximum communication for the patient. Medical releases must be obtained ahead of time. The patient may decline this at any time. For children, the parent / legal guardian is to sign their releases.
Prior to any nutrition prescription, your RDN will assess:
- Past Medical History and Family Medical History
- Past Weight History (Growth History for children)
- Current blood laboratory results (RDN may ask for more to be run depending on the issue, and that request would be made to the patient's doctor)
- A minimum 24 hour dietary recall along with typical foods current eaten
- Psychological and social analysis
Our Clients Say:
“I was diagnosed last September as “pre-diabetic”. To get my body chemistry right, I began using a fitness watch at the beginning of the year and working with Lauren Morris at Lemond Nutrition at the beginning of the summer. Within just over 3 months on the food plan Lauren designed for me, I've lost 23 pounds. I got my new lab results last week.and my blood sugar is now right in the middle of the healthy range. My wife is very happy with the results.”
Nourish Your Body the Natural Way
Let us help devise a plan that can help you recover and prevent for the future.
Call us now to set up an initial visit. 972-422-9180.
We Work with Your Insurance
Even if you have one of the insurance plans listed below, we still need to verify nutrition services are covered. Please have your insurance card ready when you call us so we can verify benefits. Any quotes on benefits is NOT a guarantee of insurance payment— unpaid claims are your responsibility.
Plan to pay any co-pays or co-insurance fees at the time of your nutrition appointment. We take all forms of payment including cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Insurances we are currently in-network with:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Baylor Scott & White
- First Health and First Care (Not Medicaid)
- Humana / ChoiceCare PPO Network
- Medicaid Traditional, BCBS, Superior Services Program *
- Medicare **
- United Healthcare
- Ambetter from Superior Health Plan
We are out of network for Humana Tricare Military and Tricare but do take their insurance with records and pre-authorization.
Before you make an appointment, contact our office to learn about the discounts offered for each plan.
* Will need records and must be 20 and under for services to be covered.
** Medicare is only covered for diabetes, end stage renal, and if you have had a transplant in the past 6 months. It will then only cover three visits for the 1st year and two and subsequent years.