Nutrition therapy

Common sense tells us that a healthy diet, regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight give us a great start toward preventing the onset or progression of disease. However, nutrition information can be confusing. We can help you understand how food choices affect your well-being.

Whether you need follow-up treatment after discharge from the hospital or have a health condition that's affected by your diet, our registered dietitians at Goshen Hospital can design a specialized nutrition plan that's right for you.

Nutrition for your condition

Good nutrition habits and healthy meal planning play important roles in taking control of your health. Whether you have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, food allergies or other health conditions, a specialized nutrition plan can set you on the right path toward a healthy lifestyle.

For more information about nutrition therapy services offered at Goshen Hospital, call (574) 364-2679.


Information is powerful – particularly when it relates to your health and your health care. That's why we provide insight and tools to help you understand how to take care of you.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Focus on food – good food – for the month of March


    March is National Nutrition Month, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This month you are invited to learn how to make informed food choices and develop healthful eating and physical activity habits. This year’s theme is, “Personalize Your Plate: because there is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition and health. We are all unique with different bodies, goals, backgrounds and tastes!” Here are some suggestions from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics ( to help you develop healthier eating habits this month:

  • Milestone birthday inspires weight loss


    Jim Caskey’s weight had been bothering him for years. Every year, he seemed to gain an additional pound he couldn’t lose. For each of his children’s weddings, he thought he’d try to lose 10 pounds, but then he didn’t.
  • A mother rebalances her health with help from a registered dietitian


    When Kimberly Beachy developed gestational diabetes, she kept the disease under control by eating well and managing a physically demanding job. Then her daughter was born 12 weeks early. 

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We can help

Ask your primary care physician to refer you to our team of nutrition experts at Goshen Hospital. For more information about nutrition therapy services offered at Goshen Hospital, give us a call.

(574) 364-2679