FAQS:

WILL MY HEALTH INSURANCE COVER R&N NUTRITION COACHING SERVICES?

R&N currently does not accept insurance. 

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DOES R&N TAKE?

R&N accepts most major credit cards, debit cards, or payment via Paypal. 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DIETITIAN AND A NUTRITIONIST?

A dietitian is a trained professional that has earned a four year college degree through a an accredited university, completed 1200 hours of supervised practice, passed a comprehensive exam, must maintain continuing education credits, and has "RD or RDN" after their names.

A Nutritionist can obtain their education and training through various avenues including 2 or 4 years in a university or through an online certificate program. It's important to note that the term "nutritionist" is not protected and regulation for the use of that title varies from state to state. 

Whether you're working with a dietitian or nutritionist, know specifically where their training comes from. If the nutritionist you're considering has a certificate, ask about the certifying agency's requirements and what is required to maintain certification. 

Here's an article to learn more: https://www.verywell.com/dietitian-nutritionist-difference-2506622

Can I still work with R&N if I'm not a dancer but want to be healthier?

Absolutely! If you're someone who's ready to take steps (big or small) toward a healthier lifestyle, I can work with you. Simply apply and I'll contact you within 48 hours. 

Do I have to live in Chicago to work with R&N?

Not at all! Our 1-on-1 Nutrition Coaching is through video conferencing or phone call, so you can work with me from anywhere in the world. We can also arrange out of state speaking engagements, so simply contact me to find out more information about scheduling a workshop. 

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