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Telehealth appointments

We are currently  ONLY offering Telehealth appointments. 

(live video chat) appointments until further notice.

In light of  Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region, we will be conducting all consultations virtually via Healthie Telehealth or Zoom until further notice. Our office has made this decision out of an abundance of caution and to keep our community safe. Most insurers are covering telehealth appointments (even those that don’t usually have made accommodations at this time to do so). We will at some point in the future resume face to face interactions when it is deemed safer to do so.

It is our goal to keep helping you with your nutrition goals – even during this trying time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at Tracey@myhealthybites.com

Thank You for your understanding! Please Stay Healthy!

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Tracey Soulia is a registered dietitian and would enjoy helping you reach your personal goals. She is passionate about good health and eating well, and living life to its fullest. She will help you eat food you enjoy, and still meet your nutrition goals.

My Healthy Bites offers many types of nutrition services. Whatever your goal, My Healthy Bites can help you take the right bites to get there.

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