Nutrition solutions to major health challenges
Marty Davey is a Registered Dietitian with a Master’s degree in nutrition and dietetics. She has over two decades of experience in nutrition research, education and treatment. She works with clients to find real solutions to three lifelong major health issues; diabetes, obesity, and cognitive decline.
Today Marty Davey offers personal nutritional and dietary consultation to people struggling to stabilize their diabetes, lose weight and prevent cognitive losses due to dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Marty has developed three programs for new clients. Each 12-week nutritional program provides one-on-one consultation to get you started on a life journey to better health.
12 Weeks to Manage Your
12 Weeks to Find Genuine
12 Weeks to Prevent
Marty is an experienced, research dietitian with more than 3 decades assisting people like you with food and weight challenges. That means not only has she been helping clients to lose weight, decrease their A1cs, lower their cholesterol and lower their heart disease risk for almost 20 years, but in addition, she has been a senior research team member creating, implementing and evaluating the studies used to clarify what actually works.
What My Patients Say
I never knew that eating a plant-based diet could change my life. I've shed fat, but I've also changed the way I feel about myself.
“Say NO to drugs”
I didn't want to be insulin dependent. Marty helped me get rid of those blood sugar spikes after meals. At my last appointment my doctor said she was impressed with my progress.
After Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, I worried about him cooking and eating right. Now we cook together which stimulates his mind and he gets the best nutrition. It's a win-win.
Most Popular Questions
A Registered Dietitian (RD) is an expert on food and nutrition that has been certified by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Registered dietitians design nutrition programs to protect health, prevent allergic reactions and alleviate the symptoms of many types of disease. They are the only nutrition expert allowed to practice in hospitals, nursing homes and other medical facilities.
No, nutrition therapy is designed to work in tandem with other medical professionals. Many diseases are affected by diet and many others benefit from weight loss associated with a proper diet.
I prefer the term “plant-powered”. I don’t eat meat or animal products. However, I encourage you to eat a well-balanced diet that supports your health goals.
Yes and no. If you are insulin dependent that will probably never change. Many clients have effectively reversed their diabetes through proper nutrition. Even those that are insulin dependent can still lower their A1c, decrease medications and lower the risk of comorbidities such as amputation, blindness and stroke.
Unfortunately, no. A high quality nutrition plan, however, has been shown to slow the progression of the disease. Our goal is to arrest it early, turning it into a chronic and manageable condition rather than a life threatening disease. Additionally, cognitive stimuli and patterns such as those used in cooking and meal prep also have been shown to improve symptoms and reduce memory loss.
New clients may register here for a free 30-minute initial consultation. Meet Marty via Zoom.
Current clients may schedule your next 50-minute session.
The latest from Marty's cookbook...
Mustard Basil Sauce Recipe
Use this sauce on everything . . . ok, not blueberry muffins. Super fast with a bold flavor.
Avocado Grapefruit Salad Recipe
This is the perfect summer holiday dish for the table. Light and tasty and a cinch to make. Bring a bunch because it does fast!
Cranberry Blueberry Buckwheat Crisp Recipe
made too much buckwheat groats. What to do with the leftover? My husband brought home 2 pounds of berries. It was a natural match!
Walnut Grapefruit Dressing Recipe
Yummy on steamed veggies, salads, grains and bowls. What is walnut butter? Simply put walnuts in a food processor and let run 5 minutes. I found grapefruit juice tastes the best.
Quick Pizza or Pasta Sauce Recipe
Oops! Ran out of marinara? This pizza/pasta sauce takes 5 minutes and uses what is in your pantry. Use it with my Baked Meatless Meatball recipe.
Baked Meatless Meatball Recipe
Got a yen for a meatball sandwich? These meatless balls are great on pasta, in a sandwich or as an appetizer with a little of my Quick Pizza Sauce. They freeze well and can be reheated for an easy lunch!