Nutritionist & Dietitian in NJ

Anne VanMeerbeke, RDN, CDE

As part of our practice's commitment to integrated, whole-person health, Princeton Brain, Spine & Sports Medicine offers comprehensive nutritional counseling and dietary coaching, as well as specialized services for diabetic patients. Anne Van Meerbeke, registered dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator®, takes a practical approach to nutrition goals by providing clients with wellness tools that help them make wise food choices, change health outcomes and maximize energy levels.

Nutrition Services at Princeton Brain, Spine & Sports Medicine

At PBBSM nutrition services, our first priority is to provide you with an individualized plan tailored to your health history, fitness level and personal goals. The right dietary choices help your body operate optimally by supporting metabolic processes, controlling blood sugar, building muscle and bones, promoting healthy nervous system function, synthesizing proteins and safeguarding against immune invaders.

Ideal for sedentary and active individuals, PBSSM’s nutrition services include, but are not limited to:

PBSSM Nutrition Specialties

  • Diabetes management
  • Weight loss & management
  • Bariatric surgery
  • General health & wellness
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Renal disease
  • Gastrointestinal health
  • Pre- & post-natal nutrition
  • Digestive problems
  • Food allergies & intolerances
  • Sports performance
  • Specialty diets

About Our Nutrition Provider

Anne Van Meerbeke treats clients at our Freehold, NJ location.

Anne Van Meerbeke is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes coach with experience in healthcare, food service management and pharmaceutical sales. Credentialed by the National Board of Certified Diabetes Educators (2007), she passionately promotes nutrition and wellness and takes a common-sense approach to achieving goals and maximizing health outcomes.

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