Dietitians can provide general nutrition education as well as individualized medical nutrition therapy (e.g., for medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, Celiac disease, and IBS). Dietitians are skilled in translating medical and nutrition information into approachable guidance that you can use to make healthy choices in your everyday life.
Dietitians don’t just focus on individual nutrients, but instead take a holistic view of your diet, health, and well-being. They support and empower their patients to embrace food, understand it, and most importantly, enjoy it. They consider all of the many factors that can influence health and take an evidence-based approach, which means all their nutrition recommendations are supported by quality research.