Our Care Team is staffed by Registered Dieticians and Diabetes Educators credentialed by ADCES.

We utilize the Nutrition Care Process, which is the “gold standard” for dietary education. This process was developed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

There are 4 Steps to the Nutrition Care Process


Nutrition Assessment and Reassessment






Monitoring and Evaluation

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For 98% of our patients, we provide the first opportunity they’ve ever had to work privately with a registered dietician or diabetes educator. 

By offering these services under the RPM and CCM programs, we can offer 60-120 minutes of reimbursable education monthly to patients. Deeply rooted in evidence-based standards, our philosophy is simple: meet patients where they are.

Our approach is flexible. Here are some of the diets we offer.

Eating healthy


MyPlate is an approach that can be used to plan healthy and balanced meals for everyone in the family. MyPlate puts emphasis on five different food groups: vegetables, fruits, protein, whole grains, and dairy. Each of these groups takes a percentage of the plate. The recommendation is to fill up 50% of the plate with vegetables and/or fruits, 25% of the plate with high protein foods, and  25% of the plate with grains/complex carbohydrates. Dairy can be used to complement food choices and can be included in one or more meals per day.


The purpose of the plate is to provide a guide for portion control and highlight the importance of eating whole foods that are high in vitamins and minerals and that support body processes. While MyPlate was developed to guide the food choices of healthy people, it does not take into consideration specific conditions or special diets. But with the help of RPM Logix’s Care Team dieticians, the MyPlate diet can be adapted to fit the needs of different individuals and populations.

My Dash Diet

DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension)

The DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension) diet is recommended by the American Heart Association as a resource to help treat or prevent hypertension. This tool provides daily and weekly nutritional goals to serve as a guide for patients to plan healthy meals and snacks. This diet emphasizes the intake of foods rich in potassium, magnesium, calcium, fiber, and protein. It intends to limit intake of sodium, sugar, trans fats, and saturated fats.


The DASH approach encourages patients to include vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, whole grains, and low-fat dairy daily, while also promoting the moderation of fatty meats, sweets, desserts, sugary beverages, and sodium (between 1500-2300 mg per day). With the help of our registered dieticians, patients can use the DASH diet as a guide to plan their healthy weekly menus and contribute to a healthier lifestyle that will help manage chronic conditions.

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Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting is not a diet per se, but an approach. There is research that links fasting to a faster metabolism, weight loss, enhanced cognitive ability, and much more. The ways in which fasting contributes to health are complex, but one of the reasons is that when someone fasts, they allow their insulin levels to drop which is associated with many health benefits.

Many patients like to follow this approach because it allows them to include the foods they like. There are many different methods to implement intermittent fasting: 16:8, 20:4, 5:2. Patients can work with RPM Logix dieticians to help them determine if intermittent fasting is right for them. The RPM Logix Care Team will guide patients on how to implement fasting safely and healthily.

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Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 (GLP-1) drugs

Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 (GLP-1) drugs are known for treating diabetes, but a beneficial side effect associated with them is weight loss. GLP-1 is known to stimulate the release of insulin and delay gastric emptying in healthy individuals, but this effect is decreased or absent in people with type 2 diabetes. GLP-1 is also known for reducing appetite and increasing satiety. The GLP-1 agonists help in weight loss by eliciting all of the previously mentioned effects in people with type 2 diabetes. While the drugs provide benefits, it is recommended that they are combined with an exercise routine as well as caloric restriction to potentiate the benefits and reach clinically significant weight loss. Patients can achieve weight loss and a balanced, healthy lifestyle with the help and guidance of the registered dieticians and diabetes educators at RPM Logix. They are ready to collaborate with patients and help them find a sustainable lifestyle that prioritizes a high-quality diet based on whole foods.


Vegan and vegetarian diets

Vegan and vegetarian diets have gained popularity in recent years. These eating styles have been associated with weight loss and have been linked to improving health by lowering blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose, and metabolic disease. These diets emphasize the intake of whole and unprocessed foods such as vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, and seeds, as well as eggs and dairy for vegetarians. The benefits of these diets are associated with the increased intake of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and decreased intake of sugar, trans and saturated fats. These diets have also been associated with deficiencies of certain nutrients, so the guidance and help of our RPM Logix dietitians are key for the adequate implementation of these plans to reach an optimal and healthy lifestyle.

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Culture and ethnicity influence

The emphasis of culture and ethnicity influence in this kind of diet holds specific cultural beliefs and actions regarding health, wellness, and nutrition. Due to growth in diversity, it has become essential to include and practice cultural and ethnic respect and integration in healthcare. This not only increases compliance, but also increases interaction and satisfaction from patients. Many different factors need to be considered to provide culturally competent care, such as language, race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, socioeconomic status, occupation, and sexual orientation. At RPM Logix, we are committed to understanding and integrating these factors into the delivery and structure of the healthcare we provide.