I am conducting many of my counseling appointments virtually or via phone (your choice!)
I am continuing to offer functional testing by appointments. Masks are required to enter my office in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Yes, there is a difference between the two! While some RDs may call themselves “nutritionists,” please be aware that not all nutritionists are Registered Dietitians. The definition and requirements for the term “nutritionist” vary. Some states, such as Pennsylvania, have licensure laws that define the range of practice for someone using the designation “nutritionist.“ In other states, however, virtually anyone can call themselves a “nutritionist,” regardless of education or training.
A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is a food and nutrition expert who has met academic and professional requirements including:
Taft Draper Nutrition accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance. Not all BCBS plans pay for nutrition counseling. We will call to verify your insurance to see whether or not it covers nutrition counseling. If it doesn’t, payment is expected at the time of the appointment. Checks should be made payable to Taft Draper Nutrition, LLC. Credit cards are also accepted.
You will be provided with a receipt that you may submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. A $25 cancellation fee will be billed to the individual for the missed appointment unless the RD is notified of cancellation at least 24 hours in advance.
Yes. And those will be provided to you via email.
Yes, I’m available for consultations virtually or via phone.
We will usually meet every 2-4 weeks. Timing can vary based on personal needs and goals.
Yes, I work with many different labs that test for food sensitivities, stool analysis, comprehensive hormones, micronutrients, cardiometabolic, and organic acid test.