FAQ

A registered dietitian (RD) is a nationally recognized credential. Unfortunately, anyone can call themselves a "nutritionist" regardless of their education or training. Nutritionists can have varying levels of education – and sometimes, they might not have any formal nutrition education at all. Dietitians are required to fulfill specific requirements, including a bachelor's degree with coursework approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, complete at least 1,200 hours of a supervised practice program, successfully pass the national RD exam, and maintain continued education requirements for re-licensure and certification.

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No, I currently do not accept insurance.

It depends, each client is different as everyone's needs vary! It takes time to develop and incorporate new habits into your routine. On average I work with clients 3-6 months on a bi-weekly basis.

Virtual nutrition counseling appointments can be conducted over the phone or via secure-video conferencing. Virtual cooking classes will be conducted via Zoom, as well as virtual workshops and speaking engagements. In-person workshops and speaking engagements will depend on the location, please contact me for more details.