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Contrary to popular belief, healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring and bland. I should know. My name is Katie Hake and as a registered dietitian nutritionist at Indiana University Health, I specialize in working with bariatric patients to help them lose weight in preparation for surgery. In addition to being followed by a team, our patients also receive individualized nutrition counseling post-operatively. Throughout each patient’s journey, we work together to help them best identify barriers and solutions.
In addition to helping patients watch their diet, I also aide people in reaching their health and fitness goals as a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. For me, it’s a personal win to see my patients discover that eating healthy and being active can be enjoyable. Cooking up healthy dishes doesn’t have to be a burdensome challenge. I love being able to help people integrate simple nutrition, fitness, and wellness tweaks into their daily routines to create long lasting lifestyle changes.
Wondering where to start? Consider making some of these swaps below. These convenient shortcuts can cut the fat, sugar, and calories quotient from meals and add in extra nutrient value– without sacrificing flavor.
-- By Katie Hake, RD Indiana University Health