• Do you accept insurance?

    Due to licensure laws in Michigan, I am unable to accept insurance at this time. However, I can accept HSA or FSA cards and/or provide you with a superbill to help with a reimbursement claim if your insurance company covers nutrition services.

  • Do you offer virtual visits?
    Yes! This is always an option. I can offer virtual visits using a secure Telehealth system to ensure your privacy.

  • Do you offer in person appointments?
    Yes, I do! While I offer both virtual and in person appointments, I often prefer meeting in person for our first appointment together. But, I am happy to do what is best for you.

  • What is the difference between a Dietitian and a Nutritionist?

    Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist, regardless of education and training. Registered Dietitians are required to earn a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in nutrition, and then complete a lengthy, specially designed and supervised internship program before they take and pass a registration exam. We are also required to complete CEUs (continuing education units) each year in order to maintain our registration status. Want more info on this? Read my post on The Value of Working with a Dietitian.

  • How many appointments will I need?

    This varies from person to person, and depends on what your needs and goals are. I encourage you to schedule a free inquiry call so we can discuss and see if I am a good fit for you!