You will benefit from Physical Equilibrium's Diet Management service as a compliment to or independent from personal training. Diet Management is effective whether you are seeking proactive guidance to avoid illness or injury or reactive help for medically necessary weight loss. Led by our Registered Dietitian Sarah Currie, Physical Equilibrium's Diet Management will transform your diet into one that is healthy, tasty and conducive to managing your individual dietary goals.  



Diet and Nutrition

The key to diet management is lifestyle change. That is the approach our registered nutritionists take at Physical Equilibrium. When to eat, what to eat and how much to eat are the easy questions; having an understanding of your personal body and how it metabolizes various foods and nutrients leads to long-term, sustainable results.

What Clients Say

"My Physical Equilibrium personal trainers, completely changed the way I think about exercise and nutrition. What I thought would be preparing for a 200 mile cycling weekend with my family turned into a complete lifestyle change and a 25 pound weight loss! Without their guidance and support, I would not have been able to achieve the strength, flexibility and endurance levels that I did."

- Richard Raker, Client


Services include: 

General Weight-Loss for Adults: Lose and maintain weight; help treat an obesity related illness or simply lose weight as preventative care to help avoid disease.

Geriatric Nutrition & Weight Loss: Geriatric Nutrition & Weight Loss: Nutrient needs change with age; nutrition guidance and weight loss for people 65 and older.

Pediatric Nutrition: Tasty and practical remedies to promote healthy-lifestyles for children.

Your Diet: How to stock your kitchen with power foods with a Kitchen Conversion, shop healthy at the supermarket with a Supermarket Tour and chose wisely from the takeout menu with Takeout Review.

Metabolic Testing (pictured): Learn your own unique, exact resting metabolic rate (RMR). This test takes the guess work out of deciding how many calories you should eat to meet your body's needs.