Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Why a Registered Dietitian?
Apart from nutritionists, Registered Dietitians are those who have completed both a bachelor's degree and post-graduation 900 dietetic internship hours. They must pass an exam and then continuing education credits to maintain their credentials. Some states, like North Carolina, further require state licensure (LDN).
Clients work with a dietitian to create a personalized nutrition plan and meaningful goals that fit into their lifestyle. Topics include weight management, diabetes, disordered eating, food allergies and intolerances, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, general healthfulness, and autoimmune diseases such as celiac disease.
During the 90-minute initial consultation, we will review your medical history, recent labs (if available), medications, supplements, exercise, sleep and current intake. After understanding your goals, we'll work together to develop a plan to help you achieve improved health and wellness.
One-hour follow-up appointments are crucial to the success of your nutrition plan. During each follow-up appointment, the dietitian will assess your progress and help you create new objectives to progress further toward achieving goals.
Consulting services include worksite wellness presentations, cooking classes, blog writing and employee speed counseling (20 minute sessions per employees). Please contact for more information as each program is specific to the target population and needs of the client.
Payment is due in full at time of service (check or credit card).
Kathryn is an in-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.