I am located in Ohio and meet with clients virtually.
An initial consultation will last an hour and will include a full nutritional assessment- diet history (Kelly will request a 3-day intake prior to the meeting), recent lab review/discussion, weight history, family history, lifestyle, stress and sleep management, patient goals and patient needs. After this session, Kelly provides her clients with a personal eBook of information that serves as the foundation of working together.
Nutrition follow-up appointments, 45 minutes, will include nutrition recommendations (meals, snacks, recipes), nutrition counseling, lab discussions, support and more.
Each client’s needs vary. Most clients meet with Kelly every 2 weeks, especially at the beginning of a program.
Check, Venmo, Zelle, Credit Card (Kelly uses Square), and PayPal.
No, I do not take insurance. However, I can provide you with a “Superbill” to submit to insurance for out of network benefits so that you can receive reimbursement directly from your insurance company.
Yes. A Dietitian (RD/RDN) has obtained a minimum of a BS in Nutritional Sciences, completed 1200 hours of supervised practice in various fields, as well as, has passed a National Boards Exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Registered Dietitians must complete continuing education to maintain their license.
A nutritionist is not a national title and there are no guidelines for being a nutritionist.
Before your appointment please fill out your paperwork. Kelly will provide the forms necessary in advance. These forms include Food Log_Questions Form and Client Agreement.
For clients interested in MRT LEAP, Food Sensitivity, visit the Testing page.
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