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Lindsay Gillon

Registered Dietitian

Certified Diabetes Educator

Phone: 716-222-0297

Fax: 716-794-9466

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About Lindsay

What conditions can we help with?

Diabetes and Prediabetes

Weight Management

Chronic Kidney Disease

 

High Blood Pressure

 

High Cholesterol

Fertility and Pregnancy Nutrition 

General Wellness

Lindsay Gillon is the owner of Lifestyle Nutrition WNY.  She was born and raised in Amherst, NY.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and Nutrition and completed her clinical internship through Buffalo State College.  She has been a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist since 2011.  In 2013 she completed the Certificate of Training in Weight Management through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and in 2015 she earned the credential of “Certified Diabetes Educator”. 

 

Lindsay has worked in a variety of practice areas including Primary Care, OB/GYN, Nephrology and Pediatrics.  She specializes in the management and prevention of diabetes and chronic kidney disease, weight management, nutrition before, during and after pregnancy. 

 

Lindsay currently resides in Grand Island, NY with her husband, Adam, and Weimaraners, Zoey and Vera. 

What is an RD/ CDE?

A Registered Dietitian (RD) is a food and nutrition expert who has met the following criteria:

  • Completed a minimum of a bachelor’s degree

  • Completed an accredited supervised practice program

  • Passed a national examination

  • Completed continuing professional educational requirements to maintain registration

 

A Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) is a health professional who has comprehensive knowledge of and experience in prediabetes, diabetes prevention, and management.  They also must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum of 1000 hours of experience in diabetes self management education

  • Completed continuing education requirement to maintain registration

 

Why work with a Registered Dietitian?

Personalized advice

When you see an RD, the last thing you'll get is one-size-fits-all diet advice.  After learning about your health history, favorite (and least favorite) foods, eating and exercise habits, an RD will help you set goals and prioritize.

 

Follow-up visits

Regular visits help you monitor your progress, stay accountable, and make lasting behavior changes.

Help managing chronic diseases

If you have diabetes, chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, etc. it can be hard to know what to eat. An RD can review your lab results with you, help you understand your condition, the nutrients that affect it, and how to meal plan to meet all of your needs.  As a CDE, your RD can also help you with devices such as glucometers, insulin pens, and insulin pumps.

A weight loss program that works

Fad diets may sound like the quick ticket to weight loss, but they rarely work for very long. An RD will partner with you to develop a safe, effective weight loss plan that you can stick with for the long haul.