No, I currently do not accept insurance. My services serve as a good investment as I am a highly trained and skilled professional who can help you achieve your goals, improve your quality of life, and overcome your challenges. Your potential to reach nutrition goals can be expedited by working with a dietitian. Investing in yourself can lead to increased earning potential, improved job satisfaction, reduced stress, improved relationships, and increased overall happiness.
In the initial nutrition assessment, we dive deep into your evaluation of overall health status. We review past medical history, review nutrition related bloodwork, discuss current diet and medications and learn more about your relationship with food, patterns and preferences. Upon completion of the session we create specific goals to work on before our next meeting. I then calculate and review your energy needs and create a custom report that analyzes your current nutrition status and the action plan on how to achieve your goals. You will also receive protocols, nutrition education, recipes and a personalized meal plan along with accountability and accessibility to direct message me through my HIPPA compliant app.
Yes! For my programs you have the ability to split payment into monthly installments set up through auto-pay fully online. Accept all major credit / debit cards. Apple & Google pay available.
The main difference between a nutritionist and a registered dietitian (RD) is their education and training. RDs must complete a Master’s degree in nutrition or a related field, followed by a 1300 hour supervised practice program (Similar to physician residency). They must also pass a national board exam and complete continuing education requirements every five years. Nutritionists, on the other hand, have ZERO formal education requirements.
Another difference between nutritionists and RDs is their scope of practice. RDs are qualified to provide medical nutrition therapy, which is the use of food and nutrition to treat or manage chronic diseases. Nutritionists are not qualified to provide medical nutrition therapy, and they are not able to accurately assess nutrition related lab work or give advice on specific medical conditions.