AMY M. RDN
Welcome, friends! Are you tired of having to follow strict diets or adhere to food rules that take away the essence of "you"? Do you find yourself struggling with motivation in reaching your health goals? Maybe you envision the change you'd like to make, but just need some guidance on how to get started!
My friends, I would love to help you! Together we can create a nutrition plan to improve your health, regain confidence in your food choices, and put the brakes on the diet mindset. Contact me today to set up a complimentary consultation, and we can chat more about your goals and how I can help!
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WHAT IS A REGISTERED DIETITIAN
An RDN is a food and nutrition expert, earning both academic and professional requirements. This includes earning a Bachelors degree that has been approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. Coursework includes food and nutrition science, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology, chemistry, and foodservice systems management.
RDN's must complete an accredited, supervised practice of at least 1200 hours in health care, community, and food service settings.
RDN's are required to pass a national examination administered by the
Commission on Dietetic Registration.
Continuing professional education is also required to maintain registration.