Meet with a Healthi Registered Dietitian and reach your goals!
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Initial consultations are 50 minutes long and follow-up sessions are 25
Registered dietitians are board-certified experts in food and nutrition
Our appointments are individual and fully focused on YOU
Sessions are remote and you can use your computer or smartphone to join
HealthiCare team is made of Registered Dietitians who are already familiar with the routine and challenges of a Healthi member.
Thus, we're able to identify much more easily whatever it is that you are missing to fully accomplish your goals and effectively help you get there!
Healthi's Lead Registered Dietitian is an accomplished and experienced Registered Dietitian. Liz started her career in the military serving as a Captain in the US Air Force before finding her passion for nutrition and clinical care. Now with 13 year’s experience as a Registered Dietitian, Liz leads a team of other trained Registered Dietitians who can provide you with expert advice and guidance on how to make positive lifestyle changes to improve your health.
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The terms "Registered Dietitian" (RD) and "nutritionist" are often INCORRECTLY used interchangeably, but there are key distinctions between the two.
A Registered Dietitian (RD) is a regulated and trained healthcare professional who has completed specific educational and professional requirements. To become an RD, one must earn a bachelor's degree in nutrition or a related field, complete a supervised 1,000 hour internship program, and pass a national examination. RDs are trained to provide evidence-based nutritional advice and guidance to individuals and groups.
On the other hand, the term "nutritionist" is not regulated in the United States. In some cases, individuals can refer to themselves as nutritionists without having formal education or specific qualifications. This means that the title "nutritionist" does not guarantee a standardized level of education or professional practice.
In summary, a Registered Dietitian is a regulated healthcare professional with specific education, training, and licensure requirements, whereas the term "nutritionist" does not carry any level of regulation or standardized qualifications.
HealthiCare is a groundbreaking service that brings a whole new level of personalized care to your health and weight loss journey. We've designed this program to pair you with a dedicated Registered Dietitian, providing you with exceptional guidance at an affordable cost. For just $85 per month, you'll have the opportunity to connect with your Registered Dietitian not once, but twice a month. And the support doesn't stop there – you can also chat with your dietitian in between sessions whenever you need.
At Healthi, our mission is to help people improve their health without allowing cost to stand in the way. While private practice can charge upwards of $300 per month for this level of care, HealthiCare offers it for as little as $85 per month. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality care, and we're here to make it happen.
We all know how easy it is to get stuck in those pesky ruts, or even struggle with where to start. Whether it's about managing our weight or tackling other challenges we need professional help and the benefits of a consultation. That's where Healthi’s Registered Dietitians come in. Armed with a wealth of knowledge about nutrition and health, we've also got education and experience in human behavior and counseling, so we know how to break down those motivational barriers and provide the expert guidance one may need.
Honestly, it's the coaching and counseling aspect that often makes the biggest impact. We're here to be your cheerleader and your coach, helping you navigate through the ups and downs of your journey. As dietitians, we're highly trained to guide you in taking charge of conditions like diabetes, chronic kidney disease, cancer, hypertension, and many more.