January 06, 2022
RDs and RDNs (registered dietitian nutritionist- same things just a newer title) help people understand how food affects their personal health conditions, plus give practical stratgies for healthy eating. RDs are degreed, clinically trained, board exam certified and must complete 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years to keep their credentials.
Dietitians help people understand the how and why of good nutrition. Because sometimes it's not that we don't have an idea of what we should be eating, it's putting a plan in place that's difficult.
If you are looking for a professional opinion on your current eating habits, but do not think you need one-on-one counseling, try our journal review service. A dietitian will review your one-week food journal (and blood sugars if you are testing) and give you detailed feedback to align with your health goals and conditions. After you make some of the suggested changes, you'll do another one-week journal for review and feedback. Many of the benefits of working with an RD, but less time spent in appointments!
Some insurances cover your dietitian visits! If you have questions about this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s not something anyone typically plans for, but when the time comes to take care of a loved one, his or her nutrition needs are often a top priority. Whether it’s a parent with type 2 diabetes or a great aunt with celiac disease, we can help you, help them. Click Here to schedule an initial consult with a registered dietitian.
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