Dec. 9, 2007
-- 72% of disease is preventable. What you eat plays a critical role in how you look, feel and function.
Two Registered Dietitians decided that with these staggering statistics to make sure that people are going to the right professional to help them reach their health goals.
You may ask, what is a Dietitian? Registered Dietitians must have at least a four-year degree in dietetics/nutrition, complete a 6 month to 1 year internship, and pass a National Exam to have the credentials, R.D. by their name. However, just about anybody could call themselves a “nutritionist.”
“We use the example, if you recently had a heart attack, you wouldn’t go to the dentist, so why would you go to anyone else for the right nutritional counseling or Medical Nutrition Therapy”.
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