Welcome: Registered Dietitians are the Nutrition Experts

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"Janice is amazing at what she does! She's knowledgeable in the field and works with you to make sure you're not only reaching towards your goal but that you're comfortable during the process.

One of the most important things she emphasizes is that you are in touch with your body both physically and mentally. She incorporates an active lifestyle and makes sure that you are happy with the process. Another great thing is that she takes the food that you love to eat and adds nutritious options to them to make sure you are getting everything that your body needs.

I am still working with Janice and can honestly say that her guidance has created a great new outlook on the way that I view food and life in general.

  • Pros: accessible, driven, compassionate"

From a review posted on Citysearch.com

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Did you know that the term “Nutritionist” is not protected in the state of California?  This means that anyone in the state of California may claim to be a nutritionist, regardless of education or training. Most states require licensing, but California has not passed a licensure law at this time. The California Business and Professions code allows anyone to call him or herself a nutritionist.

The term Registered Dietitian (RD) is a protected term. All RDs have 1) received a bachelor’s degree in dietetics or nutrition from an accredited college or university; 2) completed at least 1200 hours of supervised practice experiences at an accredited institution; 3) successfully completed the national Registration Examination for Dietitians; and 4) maintained recertification by completing at least 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years. Many RDs also have advanced degrees and specialized certifications. Therefore, RDs are the true nutrition experts and are most qualified to treat nutrition-relation disorders and help people plan healthy, balanced diets.  

While many so-called nutritionists provide advice that is not backed by sufficient research, Registered Dietitians are trained to critically evaluate research studies and tailor nutrition recommendations to match the most up-to-date research. RDs are trained to assess medical history, medications, supplements, and eating and exercise habits in order to provide their clients with safe and effective nutrition counseling to reach their health and fitness goals.

For more information about Registered Dietitians, please visit the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or the California Dietetic Association.

For information about health fraud, please visit the FDA’s website