Appointments can be scheduled online below or by calling us at (907) 707-1137.

Individual nutrition counseling with a registered dietitian/nutritionist is ideal when you’re focused on high stakes health goals and need to work out a highly personalized plan to last a lifetime. We have found through many years of meeting with clients that there is no “one-size-fits-all” protocol for weight loss or diabetes education that will really meet your individual needs.   At our office, you will meet with your dietitian provider in a one-to-one setting to discuss your particular goals and unique challenges so that you get the right tools, support and information to put you in control of your health and weight challenges.

Your Provider:

Laura Phillips has been a registered dietitian/nutritionist in Alaska for over 25 years.  She entered into the nutrition field with an interest in using whole nutritious foods along with physical activity to improve clients’ health status.  She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama and is accredited by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  Her background includes nutrition counseling and clinical nutrition at Valley Hospital and South Central Foundation as well as nutrition management at Mat-Su Regional, North Star and the Anchorage School District.


Most private insurance plans don’t require a formal referral.  However, if you have been told that your blood glucose or cholesterol is elevated, or that you have diabetes or any number of other health problems, it helps to have a referral so that  labs and medication details are available during our visits.  Medicare requires a referral. Your medical provider can fax referrals to (907) 312-7700.

Insurance Billing:

Our services are typically covered under preventive care provisions of private health plans if you have a BMI over 30.  Here are some examples:

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Here’s how to find us!

map2officeWe are located at 642 S. Alaska Street, Suite 101 in the Koslosky Building, which is 1 block north of the Palmer Train Depot in the same building as Vagabond Blues.  Here’s an interactive Google map link.