Updated: Mar 25, 2022
In a world of conflicting and confusing nutritional advice, learning what foods work best for your body can be exhausting. Trying to navigate your body's cues on your own is a daunting task, especially if you have a condition where food affects you more than it might affect someone without one. Or, maybe you received a new diagnosis on a condition and you don't know where to start when it comes to managing it through your nutrition.
This is where a dietitian comes in.
Most doctors do not receive intensive nutritional education and are often behind on knowing what the updated research says. However, a registered dietitian is a board-certified food and nutrition expert licensed to practice in their state.
More than that, they provide a listening ear and clarity. If you are feeling at a loss of how to improve your health, they can help you decipher those oh-so-boggling cues your body is giving you.
An RD can guide you on the best foods for your body and are skilled in coming up with nutrition strategies to address your condition. A new diagnosis doesn't have to be incapacitating. Working with an RD can help you figure out the types of foods that trigger your condition and lead to discomfort (or downright pain in some cases).
There is no one size fits all when it comes to nutrition. Having an RD is like having an accountability partner, coach, and sleuth all in one.
For example with Danielle, she helps you figure out the core problems you have with food, coaches you in how to make sustainable lifestyle changes, and keeps you accountable with check-ins and adjusting whatever might need tweaking in your plan.
You are an individual worthy of specialized and focused care.
If you are struggling with your health or recently received a diagnosis and would like to take the next step in reclaiming your life, schedule a free discovery call with Danielle here! She would love to get to know you and your history and assess how she can guide you to a manageable lifestyle.
You don't have to go on this journey alone. RDs like Danielle are here to help you gain your life back and guide you to knowing your body better than ever before.