Clients are responsible for payment at the time of the appointment. Many insurance plans will reimburse for nutrition consults provided by a Registered Dietitian. Be sure to ask about that on your meet & greet call with Amy. Additionally, many HSA and FSA can be used to cover nutrition services and supplements. Be sure to check with your card issuer before utilizing these accounts for services.
A Certified LEAP Therapist (CLT) has been trained on the LEAP (Lifestyle Eating and Performance) protocol. This is a program that has been proven as a highly effective method of helping food-sensitive patients. This comprehensive training has been developed by a team of dietitians, physicians, immunologists, and medical business professionals with more than 100 years combined experience in treating food sensitivity related conditions. Learn more here.
Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners are credentialed through the distinguished Nutritional Therapy Association based in Olympia, Washington. FNTPs address nutrition from a functional nutrition perspective and offer a clear alternative to the grain-based, low fat nightmare that is the official diet of our modern society.
An Registered Dietitian or RD/RDN is an expert in the field of nutrition. Every Dietitian has obtained a minimum of a BS in Nutritional Sciences, completed a 1200 hour internship, and passed a National Boards Exam. The coursework in dietetics has an emphasis on classes such as: food and nutrition sciences, medical nutrition therapy, chemistry, biochemistry, organic chemistry, physiology, psychology, sociology and microbiology.
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