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Our goal is to make nutritional counseling as accessible and affordable as possible. We have found that nutritional counseling is far more effective when you are not rushing to an office or getting stuck in traffic. Especially when some clients meet with their dietitian weekly. All sessions are HIPPA compliant and you can connect from work, home, or wherever you feel most comfortable. 

By the time we meet, we will have already learned a lot about you based on the documents you filled out prior to the appointment. We will discuss what you hope to achieve through nutritional counseling and together we will work on setting goals, meal planning strategies, food suggestions, and nutrition education. All recommendations are customized to your specific needs. Plans will be healthy, balanced, and sustainable.

This all depends on the client and the reason why they are seeking nutritional counseling. The frequency of visits will be determined in the first few sessions. Most clients work with us weekly, biweekly, or monthly.

We are flexible with our schedule to accommodate our clients. Please send us an email at hannah@hannahbyrnenutrition.com and we will come up with a time that works for both you and the provider.

We work with clients from all over the United States. Due to licensure laws, we are only able to meet with clients in certain states. The states we work with clients in are: New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, New York, California, Washington, Texas, Florida, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Alaska, Hawaii, Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.

Because many clients wait several weeks for an appointment, we must strictly adhere to a 24 hour cancellation/late change policy. This policy states that you must call or email at least 24 hours in advance if you need to make a change to your appointment. Failing to respect this policy will result in a $50 fee. We appreciate your understanding as all clients who wish to be seen sooner benefit from this. 

  • The short answer is that all Registered Dietitians (RD or RDN) are nutritionists but not all nutritionists are Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Virtually anyone can call themselves a nutritionist, which makes it really tough to differentiate those with extensive nutrition education (i.e. CN or CNS) from those who took a weekend class or read a book.
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD or RDN) is a nationally recognized credential and offers some guarantees. You know the individual has fulfilled specific requirements, including having earned a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in nutrition science, completed a 1200+ hour supervised practice program and passed a national registration examination — in addition to maintaining extensive continuing education requirements for re-licensure. 
  • Other practitioners who may claim to be nutritionists such health coaches, holistic nutritionists, nutrition therapy practitioners, personal trainers with “certifications” in nutrition, etc. may have little to no formal training in nutrition and their services are not eligible for insurance reimbursement anywhere in the US because they are not recognized as being nutrition experts.

Yes, we are currently in network with AmeriHealth, United Healthcare, Magnacare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, and Medicare.

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