A registered dietitian is a nutrition professional. Registered dietitians are your most credible, objective source of nutrition information. They are trained on using food to help manage or prevent disease.
Look for the initials RD after your nutritionist’s name. These credentials indicate that the practitioner has completed an accredited 4-year educational program, 1200 hours of supervised practice, and passed a national exam.
A Registered Dietitian can help with: • Weight management / childhood obesity • Meal planning, school lunches, and healthy snacks • Food allergies/intolerances • Picky eaters • Pediatric Metabolic disorders • Failure to thrive / infant feeding • Diabetes • Heart disease • Kidney disease • Sports nutrition • And more!