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One-on-one counseling packages include any of the following and are personalized to your specific health goals. If you have any questions on what would be best for you, please inquire below.

General Nutrition Counseling

One-on-one counseling provides the support you need to transform your health in a way that’s completely tailored to you. I offer various package options for those seeking a short-long term commitment, as few as individual sessions for those with a few concerns.

Meal Planning

Personalized meal planning can be purchased as a stand alone service, or as an add-on to one of the counseling packages. Meal plans can be provided on a weekly basis, or as a multi-week packaged deal depending on your preference. Meal plans are completely customized to your food preferences and nutritional needs.

Disease Management

Whether you are struggling with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, or any other chronic disease, I provide nutrition counseling and recommendations using a science-based approach to help you improve and manage symptoms.

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What You'll Receive

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Registered Dietitian is a regulated title, whereas nutritionist is not regulated by any credentialing body. Registered Dietitians are the only regulated nutrition professionals that are bound by the law and an ethical code. Dietitians must obtain either a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Nutrition from a university approved by the Accredited Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. They then must complete an accredited year-long internship and then pass the national exam.

A nutritionist does not have to complete any formal degree requirements. Many people call themself a nutritionist whether or not they have any training or credentials.

RDs provide medical nutrition therapy (MNT) to people with certain health conditions. It is illegal for nutritionists to provide MNT, so it is important to check credentials.

Check out this blog post for more details regarding the differences.

Yes, I am currently an in-network provider for Anthem Blue Cross and United Healthcare.

To learn more about how to use your insurance for nutrition services, visit this link.

For other insurance companies, you may be able to receive reimbursement for your sessions through your health insurance plan. Please follow up with your insurance provider to determine if your plan covers Registered Dietitian services. I can also provide a superbill upon request to submit to insurance for possible reimbursement.

A nutritionist does not have to complete any formal degree requirements. Many people call themself a nutritionist whether or not they have any training or credentials.

RDs provide medical nutrition therapy (MNT) to people with certain health conditions. It is illegal for nutritionists to provide MNT, so it is important to check credentials.

Check out this blog post for more details regarding the differences.

DSB Nutrition is 100% virtual.

First, book your free 15 minute consultation so I can learn about you, your nutrition goals, and what you’re looking for. If you decide to work with me, we will pick the package that best suits your needs.

The initial session is 60 minutes long and we will discuss your diet and medical history, lifestyle, habits, goals, and more. Follow up sessions are typically 30 minutes long and this is where we will check in, troubleshoot any challenges, and build upon your goals. We will conclude sessions with setting achievable goals for you to work on.

I am able to provide personalized medical nutrition therapy to patients in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Michigan, Virginia.

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT

If planning to use your insurance, please make sure that you have verified your benefits prior to requesting an appointment. Visit the Insurance page for more information on what to ask. A credit card is required for booking but you will not be charged at this stage.