Jean Hoppe our Dietitian, greeting one of her patient for nutritional needs. Jean Hoppe consults patients at our T. Stacy Lloyd Campus in Fredericksburg and Patrick Neustatter Campus in Stafford.
- Dietetic Traineeship at Alexandria Hospital, VA, in 1979
- BS in Home Economics with emphasis in Food Nutrition from Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL, in 1978
As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) I personally tailor nutrition recommendations for you. The last thing that you’ll get is a one-size-fits- all diet advice. After learning about your health history, favorite foods, eating and exercise habits, I will help you set goals and prioritize. Follow up visits will focus on maintenance and monitoring your progress.
I can help you with your high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, eating disorder and weight management and what to eat. I can review your lab results, understand your condition and provide education about the nutrients that affect you and create an eating plan that includes all the important nutrients that can help you manage your condition. I can help you read food labels so you will know what ingredients to avoid and help you find substitutions to keep your diet balanced and tasty. Fad diets may sound like the quick ticket to weight loss, but they rarely work for the long haul. I can help with meal planning, exercise and eating mindfully to help you reach your nutrition goals.
I am a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), Virginia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (VAND), Weight Management Practice Group, (AND), and the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
T. Stacy Lloyd Campus (Hospital Dr): 9.00 am - 5:00 pm Wednesday & Thursday
Patrick Neustatter Campus (Dunn Dr.): 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm Tuesday
– Located in Suite 102 at the T. Stacy Lloyd Campus (Hospital Dr).
– For appointments at the Patrick Neustatter Campus (Dunn Dr.) Suite 123, please call 540-659-2111.
– The fax number at the Patrick Neustatter Campus (Dunn Dr.) is 540-659-1634.
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