Nutrition & Wellness

Making your routine healthcare convenient with in-house Nutritional & Wellness services.

Why is 24-Hour Cardiac Event Monitoring necessary?

Your doctor may order cardiac monitoring to look for any abnormalities that could affect normal heart function.

Aylo Health is here to help you navigate your nutrition and wellness journey. Prevention of chronic illness even includes taking care of yourself through a well-balanced diet, daily exercise, and ridding unhealthy behaviors like smoking or drinking.

Your body is your most valuable asset. So, it’s important to keep it in check and monitor the status of your health all year long.

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How nutrition plays a role in Diabetes Management

Following a healthy meal plan and being active can help you keep your blood glucose level in your target range. What you choose to eat, how much you eat, and when you eat are all important in keeping your blood glucose level in the range that your health care team recommends.

Why choose Aylo for your Nutrition & Wellness needs?

Personalized Plan

Nutrition and wellness are where it all starts, and our goal is to provide you with top-notch nutritional care to meet your health needs. Whether it’s weight management, managing food allergies, or nutritional support – our team is here for your wellness journey by providing personalized care plans tailored to you.

In-House Dietitians

We know it can be hard to balance good health and nutrition. But with our in-house licensed registered dietitians, together with you, we can provide a comprehensive nutrition plan to give you optimal health. Through coaching and education, we can help you take back control of your health and reach your wellness goals through lasting dietary changes.

The dietitian explained everything so clearly. I have never had such a detailed checkup and caring visit from such a wonderful provider. I started my new health journey, and I am on my way to a new life, a new me!

- Deborah C. | Aylo Patient

Custom Nutrition & Wellness plans

Frequently Asked Questions

What diet is best for my lifestyle?

We recommend that your diet is tailored to you. We believe that sustainable habits to carry you through.

How do I create a balanced meal plan for a busy schedule?

Eating healthy does not have to be stressful or time-consuming. Meal prepping can be a great way to ensure you have some healthy options on hand to grab and go. At Aylo Health, we’ll help you create a customized meal plan that fits your busy schedule.

Is it bad to eat after a certain time of day?

We’ve all heard the rule “don’t eat anything after 8:00 pm.” Studies have shown that it’s not necessarily the time you eat, but how much you eat that matters – proportions. Late-night snacking that include sugary, calorie-dense foods is never the best option. If you find yourself hungry at night, make sure you grab a healthier snack and start eating enough at dinner to avoid late-night hunger.

Should I workout and eat healthy?

Physical activity is very important, especially in diabetes management. The American Heart Association recommends a minimum of 150 minutes per week of physical activity. Working out paired with a healthy eating plan is more effective than choosing one over the other. Physical activity can lower blood sugar and blood pressure, aid in weight loss, and is a good stress reliever and mood booster.

What is Preventive Care?

Regular preventive care, such as a yearly physical, wellness checkup, or well-woman exam, can help you stay healthy and catch any potential health issues early on. Our goal is to help you understand the benefits of your preventive visit and any out-of-pocket costs you might have, so you can take advantage of the care you need to stay healthy.

Are Preventive Care visits covered?

We want to make sure you’re informed about potential out-of-pocket charges that may occur during your preventive office visit. While most preventive visits are covered at no cost to you, you may be charged for certain things, such as:

  • Discussing new symptoms or health concerns that are discovered during your visit
  • Receiving treatment or testing for an existing health condition
  • Undergoing procedures such as spirometry, EKGs, or biopsies
  • Having labs or radiology tests that are not considered preventive

If you’re unsure about your lab or radiology benefit, we encourage you to refer to your Insurance carrier for benefits and coverage. Our team is here to help you understand these potential charges, so you can make informed decisions about your care.

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