About Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN)

To be sure you are working with a most qualified nutrition expert, team up with a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. An RDN is different from a “Nutritionist”. Nutritionists are not registered professionals. Like a Registered Nurse, an RDN has met the minimum academic and professional requirements to qualify for the credential. Our staff has a minimum of four years of college in an accredited nutrition program and must do 75 hours of post graduate training every five years to stay up-to-date on the latest nutrition science and maintain the RDN credential.

It is true that “you are what you eat”. Your body is not a static structure. The cells that make up your body are constantly turning over and the food you eat makes up the new cells that become a part of you.  Our RDNs been trained in this field and are highly skilled and intuitive in their ability to properly prescribe the right food for the right person at the right time.

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Maximize Your Energy • Take Control of Stress Eating • Enhance Your Athletic Performance • Manage Menopause & PMS

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