Nutrition Therapy

We believe everyone deserves access to comprehensive primary care. We are here for everyone and accept those with private insurance, BadgerCare, or those with no insurance. We also have a sliding fee scale for patients who qualify.

Our Nutrition Therapy program offers evidence-based education by a Registered Dietitian. The goal is to look at how eating is impacting your overall wellness and improving outcomes.

During an appointment, patients can expect to receive guidance on their diet and lifestyle so that they are empowered to take control of their wellness through healthy adjustments at home.

Nutrition Therapy can help with a variety of conditions including:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Kidney Disease
  • Weight Management

Our Registered Dietitian is also a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and can assist with diabetes education and management.

We offer Nutrition Therapy at the following locations:

• Ashland
• Hayward
• Hurley (Virtual)
• Iron River
• Lakewood (Virtual)
• Minong (Virtual)

Diabetes Prevention Program:

One of NorthLakes certified diabetes prevention lifestyle coaches leads a 1-year virtual Diabetes Prevention Program group, which starts in January and September of each year. The program meets in 24 sessions, the first sixteen sessions meet weekly. The Diabetes Prevention Program is designed to prevent diabetes in those who have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, have a history of gestational diabetes or those who are at high risk for developing diabetes. Participants must have a BMI over 25 to participate. Goals include engaging in at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week and a 5-7% reduction in participants’ body weight over one year. This service does qualify for the sliding fee scale.

For more information about the class, including eligibility requirements and how to enroll, watch our Q&A video with our dietitian and one of our lifestyle coaches, Rebecca Crumb-Johnson below and/or review the flyer here. Participants may also enroll on the basis of a high-risk score using the ADA/CDC pre-diabetes risk test, go to

Diabetes Prevention Program: Q&A Session