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Working with Thrive is personal. Whether you’re looking for a dietitian to help you meet your weight loss, sports performance, or other health goals, we are here to help you find the best nutrition expert in Dallas.

Danielle Smith
Registered Dietitian
Danielle Smith is a registered dietitian who completed her SIBO nutrition training at the National University of Natural Medicine. She has eight years of nutrition coaching behind her work and believes both nutrition and lifestyle choices are effective tools for treatment. Her expertise includes sports and weight loss, counseling for food allergies, SIBO/IBS, eating disorders, diabetes, heart disease, prenatal and postpartum care, and bariatric conditions.
Annie McKenna
Registered Dietitian
Annie McKenna is a nutritionist with more than 15 years of experience and a simple but effective approach to health. She has a family of eight and works with people at all stages of life. She holds a Master of Science (MS) in Clinical Nutrition from Rush University and has worked for Johns Hopkins Children's Center and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Annie specializes in pediatrics, lactation and infant nutrition, family nutrition, prenatal/postpartum, and women’s health.
Justin Klein
Registered Dietitian
Justin Klein is a certified nutritionist who specializes in sports nutrition and weight loss. He has worked for the Federal Staffing Resources - Army H2F, EXOS, University of Georgia Athletics, and currently, Centers Health Care. With a Master of Arts (MA) in Dietetics from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and more than 13 years of experience, Justin gives his clients a personalized and long-term plan for good health.
Nicolette Star Maggiolo
Registered Dietitian
With a Bachelor of Science (BS) in nutritional science from Boston University and six years of counseling experience, Nicolette Star Maggiolo focuses on using nutrition for physical and mental well-being. Her specialties lie in working with veterans, service members, and military families. She also works with people looking for oncology, chronic disease, and general health nutrition counseling.
Meghan Perkins
Registered Dietitian
Meghan Perkins is a diabetes nutritionist who specializes in health prevention and management strategies. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado and is currently studying to become a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. Meghan works with pre-diabetes and diabetes clients. She also helps people who need nutrition counseling for kidney disease, chronic diseases, weight loss, and general health.
Michelle Rodgers
Registered Dietitian
Michelle Rodgers offers personalized nutrition services for sports performance, chronic diseases, gastric bypass, liver transplant, general health, and anyone trying to lose weight. Since starting her career 15 years ago, Michelle has been interviewed by Prevention Magazine and several East Coast news sources. She has used her expertise in sports nutrition to counsel professional athletes.
Lauren Levy
Registered Dietitian
With more than 12 years of nutrition counseling and an MS in Nutritional Biology from the University of California, Davis, Lauren Levy meets every client where they are in their health journey. Her nutritional counseling expertise focuses on chronic disease prevention and management. Lauren helps people with kidney disease, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, and digestive problems.
Emma Liu
Registered Dietitian
Emma Liu earned her Master of Public Health in Nutrition and a BS in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her nutrition counseling specialties are chronic conditions, weight management, and general health and well-being. Emma believes that no food is off-limits and even the smallest lifestyle change can lead to lifelong health.
Rachel Coury
Registered Dietitian
Since graduating from Clemson University with a BS in Food Science and Human Nutrition and completing a dietetic internship at the University of Maryland, Rachel Coury has 10 years of nutrition counseling. Her main focus is on managing and preventing chronic diseases, overall wellness, oncology, and weight management.
Jaelyn Shipman
Registered Dietitian
Jaelyn Shipman has six years of working with clients at various stages in their wellness journey. She has a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Clemson University and is a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. Jaelyn's approach is open and tailored to each person, so she can help with weight loss, sports performance, preventing and taking care of diabetes, and prenatal and postpartum health goals.

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Nutritionists For Your Every Need

Weight Loss
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A weight loss nutritionist can help clients set calorie goals, create meal plans, recommend healthy foods, teach portion control, and provide guidance on healthy lifestyle behaviors.

Sports Nutritionist
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A sports nutritionist can provide guidance on proper fueling for training and competition, develop strategies for weight management, and provide education on how to make healthy food choices to promote optimal health and performance.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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A renal nutritionist can help individuals with kidney disease or those at risk of developing kidney disease manage their diet. They can provide guidance on how to choose and prepare foods that are beneficial for kidney health and tailored to the individual's needs.

Heart Health
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A heart health nutritionist can help with various cardiovascular issues, including providing guidance on the best foods to eat for heart health, developing meal plans, providing nutrition education, and helping with weight management.

GI & Gut Health
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A GI and gut health nutritionist can help with a range of digestive health issues, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and more. This health professional can also help with food intolerances, weight management, and other nutrition-related issues.

Pediatric
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A pediatric nutritionist can help children and adolescents make healthy food choices, develop healthy eating habits, and manage medical conditions related to nutrition, such as obesity, food allergies, and eating disorders.

Renal
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A renal nutritionist can help individuals with kidney disease or those at risk of developing kidney disease manage their diet. They can provide guidance on how to choose and prepare foods that are beneficial for kidney health and tailored to the individual's needs.

Diabetes
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A diabetes nutritionist can help create meal plans that are tailored to a person's specific needs, provide guidance on healthy eating habits, offer advice on how to modify recipes to make them healthier, provide tips on how to better manage blood sugar levels, and teach how to incorporate physical activity into your lifestyle.

Women's Health
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A women's health nutritionist can help with a variety of issues related to nutrition and health, including weight management, hormone balance, and fertility. They can also provide advice on eating for specific conditions such as diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, and PCOS.

Disordered Eating
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An eating disorder nutritionist can help individuals with eating disorders make positive changes to their diet, understand the relationships between food and mood, develop healthy eating habits, and provide support and guidance to help individuals develop healthier relationships with food.

Weight Loss
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By adhering to the recommendations of a weight loss nutritionist on how many calories to consume each day, you can lose weight gradually and healthily. They can help you develop healthy eating habits so you can permanently change your lifestyle.

Sports Nutritionist
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Sports nutritionists offer advice to athletes on the best nutrition therapy for exercise training, competition, recovery from an activity program, weight management, hydration, immunity, disordered eating, travel, and supplementation.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Renal dietitians are dietitians who focus on nutrition for people with kidney disease. In order to advance your best health, your dietitian works closely with the other members of your care team.

Heart Health
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Our cardiovascular dietitians specialize in aiding patients in adopting healthy intuitive eating habits and an active, positive lifestyle to maximize cardiovascular health and general well-being through preventive nutrition counseling and nutrition therapy under medical supervision.

GI & Gut Health
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Nutritionists that focus on gut health are skilled at putting the pieces of your digestive system's puzzle together to improve digestive health, lessen symptoms, and improve your mood. No one should think that they must go without food, and you can engage in food freedom!

Pediatric
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Our pediatric nutritionists are specialists in the dietary needs of growing infants and children. In order to prevent and treat illnesses like diabetes and obesity, they encourage healthy eating habits among their patients and their families. Additionally, they design nutrition therapy regimens.

Renal
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Renal dietitians are dietitians who focus on nutrition for people with kidney disease. In order to advance your best health, your dietitian works closely with the other members of your care team.

Diabetes
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A qualified dietitian who provides targeted nutritional counseling beginning with diagnosis and ongoing follow-up treatment is a crucial component of the diabetes care team. The growth and development of a person, their intuitive eating habits, nutritional preferences, and mealtime routines will all be assessed by a qualified dietitian.

Women's Health
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Women’s nutritionists and dietitians provide nutritional guidance to women of all ages for a range of health conditions.

Disordered Eating
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Managing disordered eating is a specialty area for certain nutritionists. Nutritionists with expertise in the field of disordered eating provide nutrition education and counseling, create meal plans, provide accountability and motivation, and address food anxieties and weight concerns in order to assist you in recovering from eating disorders and achieving food independence.

Weight Loss
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A weight loss nutrition expert helps you develop a unique eating plan that helps you reach your weight loss goals and develop the skills for long-term success.

Sports Nutritionist
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A sports nutritionist helps you understand how to optimize your performance through food, build a meal plan that works, and reach your athletic goals.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Personal renal dietitians use nutrition science to advise patients on how dietary choices and lifestyle changes can manage or prevent renal disease and early CKD.

Heart Health
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Working with a heart health nutritionist guides you through the building blocks of healthy eating to help prevent the onset of heart disease or reduce the severity of current symptoms.

GI & Gut Health
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A gut health nutritionist helps patients identify foods that worsen the symptoms of Celiacs, IBS, and other GI concerns and how to choose foods that support a healthy gut.

Pediatric
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A pediatric nutritionist can help children manage a range of health concerns by helping them learn healthy eating habits that they actually enjoy!

Renal
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Personal renal dietitians use nutrition science to advise patients on how dietary choices and lifestyle changes can manage or prevent renal disease and early CKD.

Diabetes
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If you’re at risk of diabetes or have already been diagnosed, your expert diabetes nutritionist is the most effective way to receive personalized guidance on healthy eating and weight management.

Women's Health
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A nutritionist for women’s health can provide factual information on how to eat a vitamin-rich eating plan to address health concerns like menopause, hormonal imbalances, and more.

Disordered Eating
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Since eating disorder recovery looks different for everyone. Eating disorder nutritionists are the most effective way to ensure patients receive proper nutrition and personalized health care.

Weight Loss
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You can lose weight steadily and safely by following the advice of nutritionists for weight loss on how many calories to consume each day. They can assist you in creating wholesome eating routines so you can permanently alter your way of life.

Sports Nutritionist
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The best nutrition therapy for exercise training, competition, recovery from an exercise program, weight management, hydration, immunity, disordered eating, travel, and supplementation are all topics that sports nutritionists advise athletes on.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Dietitians that specialize in nutrition for persons with kidney disease are known as renal dietitians. Your dietitian is a crucial member of your care team and collaborates closely with them to promote your optimal health.

Heart Health
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Through preventive nutrition counseling and nutrition therapy under medical supervision, our cardiovascular dietitians assist patients in making healthy intuitive food habits and active, positive lifestyle decisions to maximize cardiovascular health and general well-being.

GI & Gut Health
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Nutritionists that specialize in gut health are adept at putting the pieces of your digestive health puzzle together to enhance your digestive health, reduce your symptoms, and make you feel better. No one should believe that they must live a life without eating anything, and you can practice food freedom!

Pediatric
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Our pediatric nutritionists are experts in the dietary requirements of developing babies and kids. They promote good eating habits for patients and their families in order to prevent and treat conditions like diabetes and obesity. They also plan nutrition treatment programs.

Renal
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Dietitians that specialize in nutrition for persons with kidney disease are known as renal dietitians. Your dietitian is a crucial member of your care team and collaborates closely with them to promote your optimal health.

Diabetes
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An essential element of the diabetes care team is a licensed dietitian who offers targeted dietary counseling beginning with diagnosis and ongoing follow-up care. A licensed dietitian will also evaluate a person's growth and development, intuitive eating patterns, dietary preferences, and meal schedules.

Women's Health
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Women of all ages receive nutritional counseling from women's nutritionists and dietitians for a variety of health issues.

Disordered Eating
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Some nutritionists have received specialized training in dealing with eating disorders and disordered eating. In order to help you recover from eating disorders and experience food independence, nutritionists who specialize in the field of disordered eating offer nutrition education and counseling, develop meal plans, offer accountability and motivation, and address food anxieties and weight worries.

Weight Loss
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Weight loss nutritionists help patients find effective ways to meet their health goals by developing meal plans that are personalized to the patient’s unique nutritional needs.

Sports Nutritionist
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Athletes can boost their performance by working with an expert sports nutritionist to learn how food and lifestyle choices can impact endurance, recovery time, and more.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Work with a renal nutritionist to learn how dietary choices, lifestyle, and exercise habits can impact the symptoms of renal disease and early CKD.

Heart Health
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A heart health dietitian helps people at risk or diagnosed with heart disease to manage their symptoms by incorporating heart-healthy foods into their daily diet.

GI & Gut Health
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Gut health nutritionists help patients manage a range of GI concerns such as Celiac, Crohn’s, IBS, and other problems to help them build the foundation for long-term gut health.

Pediatric
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Caretakers may choose to work with a pediatric dietitian to develop eating plans that are rich in healthy foods and enjoyed by their kids and infants!

Renal
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Work with a renal nutritionist to learn how dietary choices, lifestyle, and exercise habits can impact the symptoms of renal disease and early CKD.

Diabetes
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Diabetes nutritionists help people avoid getting diabetes or deal with its symptoms by teaching them how to eat healthy, making personalized diet plans for them, and being there for them.

Women's Health
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Women’s health nutritionists can help address health challenges like hypothyroidism, menopause symptoms, or iron deficiencies by educating patients on food and healthy lifestyle changes.

Disordered Eating
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Patients in eating disorder recovery benefit from working with a personalized nutritionist since they can help ensure that patients receive proper nutrition and personalized health care.

Weight Loss
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A skilled and well-trained nutritionist can help you find the best foods and nutrition to help you have lasting results in your weight loss journey. A knowledgeable weight loss nutritionist can help you say goodbye to yo-yo dieting.

Sports Nutritionist
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Every athlete should keep their body at its optimal level to avoid injury or fatigue. A sports nutritionist helps each client fuel their body well so they can stay active.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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If you live with kidney disease or want to avoid health concerns related to your kidneys, a renal diet may be the best choice for you. A renal nutritionist can give you food choices that best fit a renal diet to help you achieve optimal kidney health.

Heart Health
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There are certain foods that fit within a heart health diet and some foods that are best to avoid while on a heart health diet. A heart health nutritionist can help you find the best heart healthy foods for your lifestyle.

GI & Gut Health
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Gut health can have a large impact on many other parts of your body, and there are certain foods that can help your gut feel its best. A gut health nutritionist can help you improve your gut health with nutrition.

Pediatric
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A pediatric nutritionist can give you a well-rounded perspective on your nutrition and how it impacts your child’s health. A pediatric nutritionist can help you find the best foods for your child.

Renal
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If you live with kidney disease or want to avoid health concerns related to your kidneys, a renal diet may be the best choice for you. A renal nutritionist can give you food choices that best fit a renal diet to help you achieve optimal kidney health.

Diabetes
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If you have dietary restrictions related to diabetes, you may benefit from the help of a diabetes nutritionist. A diabetes nutritionist can help you feel your best by recommending foods for your specific diabetes health concerns.

Women's Health
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A women’s health nutritionist can also help their clients feel their best by recommending foods that promote hormonal balance and optimal health. A women’s health nutritionist can consider your unique circumstances to create the best wellness plan for you.

Disordered Eating
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Whether you live with an eating disorder or are recovering from an eating disorder, an eating disorder nutritionist can create a plan for your nutritional needs and circumstances.

Weight Loss
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An expert weight loss nutritionist helps build individual plans to help you lose weight safely. As a result, you'll have an improved understanding of overall nutrition to maintain your weight loss goals over the long term.

Sports Nutritionist
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Sports & athletics nutritionists work with recreational, amateur, and professional athletes to build the best health and nutritional plans for their performance goals.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Renal nutritionists help mitigate kidney conditions by developing informed and tailored meal plans for their patients. They help you understand what may affect your kidney health and how to care for it.

Heart Health
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Heart health nutritionists work with clients to build the best nutritional and health plans for their heart-specific needs or conditions, such as heart disease.

GI & Gut Health
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Gut health and GI nutritionists can help patients who experience gastrointestinal issues. Gut specialists consider your current health and symptoms to develop the best nutritional treatment program.

Pediatric
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Pediatric nutritionists work with children and their parents to develop healthy meal plans or address specific pediatric dietary conditions, such as picky eating.

Renal
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Renal nutritionists help mitigate kidney conditions by developing informed and tailored meal plans for their patients. They help you understand what may affect your kidney health and how to care for it.

Diabetes
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Diabetes nutritionists work with pre-diabetic or diabetic patients to formulate the most effective meal and nutritional plans to manage their conditions.

Women's Health
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Nutritionists who specialize in women's health can help women understand their health and what nutritional factors affect their overall wellness. They learn about your conditions and symptoms and what treatments work for you.

Disordered Eating
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Nutritionists specializing in disordered eating can help adults or children overcome these conditions. They work with clients individually and confidentially to assist with creating nutritional plans or routines.

Weight Loss
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Nutritionists for weight loss will tell you how many calories to eat per day to lose weight steadily and safely. They can help you create a healthy, nutritious eating patterns  so you can make positive active lifestyle changes that last.

Sports Nutritionist
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Sports nutritionists counsel athletes on optimal nutrition for exercise training (match nutrition to training phases and goals), competition, recovery from exercise, weight management, hydration, immunity, disordered eating, travel, and supplementation.

Prenatal & Postpartum
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Renal dietitians are experts in diet and nutrition, specifically for people with kidney disease. Your dietitian is an essential member of your care team, and they work closely with the other members to help you be as healthy as possible.

Heart Health
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Our cardiovascular dieticians specialize in supporting people to choose healthy, intuitive eating habits and active, positive lifestyles to optimize cardiovascular health and overall well-being through preventive nutrition counseling and medical nutrition therapy.

GI & Gut Health
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Gut health nutritionists are skilled at putting together the pieces of your digestive health puzzle to improve your digestive health and your symptoms and get you feeling better. Nobody should feel like they must cut out every food forever, and you can practice food freedom!

Pediatric
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Our pediatric nutritionists specialize in the dietary needs of growing infants and children. They plan nutrition programs, can design a fitness program, and advise patients and their families on developing healthy eating habits to prevent and care for health issues such as diabetes and obesity.

Renal
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Renal dietitians are experts in diet and nutrition, specifically for people with kidney disease. Your dietitian is an essential member of your care team, and they work closely with the other members to help you be as healthy as possible.

Diabetes
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A registered dietitian is a critical member of the diabetes team who provides focused nutrition education from diagnosis and routine follow-up care. A registered dietician also assesses growth and development, intuitive eating behaviors, food choices, and meal patterns.

Women's Health
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Women's nutritionists and dietitians provide nutritional counseling for various health concerns for women of all ages.

Disordered Eating
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Some nutritionists are specially trained to address disordered eating. Nutritionists in the disordered eating field provide nutrition education and counseling, create meal plans, provide accountability and motivation, and address food fears and weight concerns to help you heal from disordered eating and enjoy food freedom.

We Connect You with the Right Expert

Take our holistic health assessment

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Our brief health assessment covers everything from current health to lifestyle, nutrition goals, and wellness goals so that we can match you with the right dietitian to help build the foundation for a healthy lifestyle.

Get a 15-minute nutrition consultation

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Meet with one of our matching specialists to talk about your assessment so that they can better understand your nutritional needs and wellness goals.

Get matched to the right nutritionist

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The matching specialist will find a very knowledgeable expert who can meet your needs based on the information from your assessment and 15-minute consultation.

Introductory call with your nutritionist

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You will be scheduled for an introduction call with your nutritionist to help you decide whether the match is the right fit.

Work with Top Nutrition Coaching

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With two virtual sessions each month and access to 24/7 nutrition support, our Dallas nutritionists can help you track your progress, discover meal planning tips, and learn what works best for your body.
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Free matching service that finds you the right dietitian

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Finding the right nutritionist for you in the Dallas area can be a challenge. Top Nutrition Coaching gets rid of the guesswork by finding the right dietitian who can help you reach your goal.

Virtual consultations with your expert—at your pace

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Attend your virtual nutrition counseling sessions regularly. Whether you attend sessions twice or four times a month is up to you! Since the sessions are virtual, you can meet even when you’re traveling and not in Dallas.

Personalized nutrition and lifestyle plans

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Nutrition and health are closely tied. Whether you have been diagnosed with diabetes, heart disease, Celiac's disease, or another chronic illness, a nutrition counselor helps you manage your symptoms through food. You will learn ways to adjust your lifestyle and nutrition to give yourself the best chance to improve your health. If you are at high risk for diabetes, heart disease, or another condition, your dietitian will provide the knowledge and skills to help you prevent the onset of the disease.

Unlimited messaging and support

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No matter the time of day in Dallas, our 24/7 messaging service gives you access to your nutritionist. That way, you don’t have to wait for your next appointment to address your questions or concerns.

Our client outcomes

98%
Achieved sustained weight loss (>12 months)
84%
Reduced frequency and severity of binges
92%
had improved energy and mobility
87%
improved sleep and reduced levels of stress

Benefits of working with a nutritionist vs. going at it alone

Skip the time-consuming research

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There is a lot of conflicting information about what to eat and what you should avoid. If you’re looking for scientifically-backed health information, a registered dietitian can make sure you have the most accurate facts. Not only will they make sure the information is useful for you, but you can also ask questions to make sure you understand what it means for your diet and other changes in your life. Working with a dietitian also means skipping the headache of combing through misinformation and false health claims.

Maintain your health goals in the long-run

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With all the things going on in our lives, it can be hard to stick to our health goals. Many people fail if they don't pair the right dietary and lifestyle modifications. Seeking nutrition services ensures that you don’t regain the weight or start feeling the symptoms of a chronic illness after working hard to reduce them. Your nutritionist will provide you with nutritional education and techniques to help you manage your health and be successful for years to come.

Prevent health conditions from developing or worsening

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Nutrition and health are closely tied. Whether you have been diagnosed with diabetes, heart disease, Celiac's disease, or another chronic illness, a nutrition counselor helps you manage your symptoms through food. You will learn ways to adjust your lifestyle and nutrition to give yourself the best chance to improve your health. If you are at high risk for diabetes, heart disease, or another condition, your dietitian will provide the knowledge and skills to help you prevent the onset of the disease.

Your Personal Nutritionist in Dallas Is Just a Click Away

With the ever-demanding lifestyles of the modern professional, virtual counselors have been more important than ever before. Online sessions make it possible for you to meet with your nutritionist even if you are sick, on the road, or busy. The virtual format also makes more highly qualified professionals available to you. Here is a look at why working with a virtual dietitian is the best option. 

Find the help that fits your schedule

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Life gets busy, making it difficult to find the time to squeeze in another appointment. Working with a personal nutritionist through virtual sessions is the easiest way to take care of your health and eating habits on your schedule. Virtual sessions eliminate the need to drive to a provider’s office in downtown Dallas or have to choose from a limited selection of time slots. Instead, schedule your sessions for the time of day that works best for you. We believe that health should be accessible. So whether you are busy with your family, have a hectic school schedule, or don’t want to face the Dallas traffic rush after a day at work, virtual nutrition counseling is the first step to making it easy to prioritize your health.

Work with the most qualified experts

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The experts in the Top Nutrition Coaching network all have a lot of experience and good credentials. When you sign up to work with one of our providers, you can be confident knowing that you’re getting qualified guidance regarding your body and diet. Every one of our Dallas nutritionists has a bachelor’s degree and often a master’s. We also make sure that each expert takes extra classes in a specialized area like weight loss, heart health, postnatal nutrition, diabetes, pediatric nutrition, disease prevention, and sports nutrition. You can be sure that if you work with one of our personalized nutritionists, you will get the best care, education, and tools to help you reach your health and self-esteem goals.

Give it a try, without the risk

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Nutrition counseling is a major step for many in their health journey. If you aren't sure if working with a personalized dietitian is right for you, we offer a free first consultation. After speaking with a matching specialist, they will pair you with an expert best suited to your needs, personality, and goals. Then, you are scheduled for your free 15-minute consultation with your dietitian. If you decide that they’re not the right fit for you, we can help you find another expert. After your free two-week trial, you may decide that you don't need nutrition coaching at this point. In this case, we will provide you with a full refund, no questions asked.

Get the most out of your experience

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Working with a personal dietitian means trusting someone to help manage your health. The process is very personal, which is why we hire only the most passionate and empathetic dietitians into our network. Each expert has extensive hands-on experience helping clients reach success. Whether your goal is sports performance, weight loss, recovery from eating disorders, or managing special diets, your Top Nutrition Coaching expert will address any needs and goals to give you the best experience possible.

About Dallas-Specific Registered Dietitians 

Registered dietitians must have more credentials and hands-on experience than other nutritionists. However, states also have unique requirements to get your license. Here are the requirements to become a registered dietitian in Dallas

Complete the Texas Jurisprudence exam and an Approved Dietetic Internship

A dietitian in Texas must complete an approved dietetic internship at a school in the Lone Star state. This internship must include 1,200 hours of supervised practice in a clinical setting. 

Before applying for licensure, all candidates must pass the state’s jurisprudence exam to prove that they know the board’s rules. 

Apply for a Texas dietitian license

A person can apply for a Dietitian License in the state of Texas once they have passed the Jurisprudence exam and done the required training. To keep their license, professionals must do the following every two years:

  • Complete 12 hours of continuing education credits
  • Pass the Texas Jurisprudence exam
  • Pay a license renewal fee.

Get Over the Dallas Hurdles and Get Back to Health

Healthy food choices are not always easy to make. It can be especially complicated if you’re trying to get back to health in Dallas, Texas. 

Transportation challenges

When you go to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, there are a lot of highways and neighborhoods to see. For people living in this Texas city, driving is necessary to run errands, get to work, make appointments, or even stop at the gym. Needless to say, getting around Dallas can be time-consuming. This challenge makes it harder to regularly attend nutrition workshops or exercise classes.

Not to mention that visiting a grocery store that carries fresh and healthy foods may require a significant drive. The city of Dallas estimates that 450,000 people live in “food deserts.” These areas are often far from farmers’ markets or grocery stores with healthy options.

Countless delicious food options, but most aren’t the healthy ones

Texas is known for its famous barbeque and Tex-Mex cuisines, and Dallas is no exception. Even though this city has a lot of food options, from traditional Texas food to food from around the world, it can be hard to figure out what to order. 

Depending on your health goals and medical conditions, there may be ingredients and foods to avoid if you are eating for better health. Whether you’re on a renal diet and need to avoid sodium or you're trying to reduce the risk of diabetes by eating minimally-processed foods, understanding the content of your food is critical. 

Opting for fast-food options is especially easy if you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Not only are they convenient, but Dallas also has one of the highest densities of fast-food restaurants nationwide. Fast food is not only high in fat and calories, but it also lacks essential nutrients. Studies also show that eating fast food often raises the risk of being overweight, getting heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Frequently Asked Questions

No matter where you are on your health and wellness journey, finding the right nutritional counseling can be hard. Since questions are bound to come up, here is a closer look at what to expect.

What makes an expert nutritionist?

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Our team of expert registered dietitians have the highest level of certification in their field and have completed extensive education. We make sure that every clinical nutritionist in our network has the skills and knowledge to help clients reach their health goals, whether they want to lose weight or manage a chronic condition.

How much does a nutritionist cost in Dallas?

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The cost of a nutritionist in Dallas varies. Our team of matching specialists will pair you with a nutritionist who we believe will meet your needs. Prices vary depending on their experience and credentials. Experts with 15 years under their belt often have a higher rate than those who have only been practicing for 5 years.

What does a two-week risk-free trial mean?

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We are fully committed to helping clients in their health journey. If you’re unhappy with the expert you’re paired with or don’t feel that the service is right for you, we will give you a full refund after your first two weeks.

What does the matching specialist help with?

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We want to put you in touch with an expert who will give you the best nutrition advice and help. That’s where our matching specialists come in – by getting to know your needs, medical history, preferences, and motivation, we can find a registered dietitian who is the best fit for you.

What if I don't like the recommendations a matching specialist provides?

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It happens! We are committed to your health and finding the right nutritionist for you. If you’re not satisfied with our recommendations, let us know. We will use your feedback to find a registered dietitian who better fits your needs.

Full Transparency Pros and Cons

A quick online search for health solutions can yield endless results. However, not all these suggestions are equal. Here’s a closer look at some of the pros and cons of some popular health choices.

Online Meal Plans

Pros

  • Save time on the work needed for meal planning, grocery shopping, and cooking. If integrating healthy eating into your daily life is difficult, meal plans are a great way to work around this challenge!
  • Accommodate dietary preferences or food allergies by signing up for a meal plan designed for you. Many online meal services can be personalized for vegetarians and vegans, gluten-free diets, high protein diets, and more.

Cons 

  • An online meal plan service does not take the personalized approach some people may need. If you don’t know your body’s nutritional requirements, a meal planning service may not provide you with the right nutrients you need to feel your healthiest.
  • Though you may be able to personalize a meal plan for dietary preferences, you don’t get personalized guidance directing you towards foods that make you feel your best. 
  • Online meal planning can be costly once delivery fees, customization preferences, and other charges are included.

 

In-Person Dallas Nutritionists

Pros

  • Build a trusting relationship with your nutritionist during one-on-one nutrition counseling sessions. This is a great way to feel like the guidance and feedback you’re receiving are personalized to your unique situation.
  • If you struggle or have dealt with disordered eating disorders or another challenge that has had severe effects on your health, seeing a personal nutritionist in person is one of the best ways to ensure someone is checking in on your health and notices any physical signs that your nutrition is not sufficient. 

Cons

  • Dallas residents know that driving can be a challenge! In-person nutrition counseling requires extra time and funds to cover the costs of driving to and from the counselor’s office, gasoline or transportation, daycare, etc. 
  • If you have a unique health condition and need specialized medical attention, you may have a harder time finding an in-person specialist in your area. 

Open Marketplaces

Pros

  • Searching for a personal Dallas nutritionist on an open marketplace is a great way to vet and hand-pick your professional. 
  • Consider a wide range of nutrition professionals by searching an open marketplace. If you don’t know what type of nutritionist you’re looking for, doing this extra research can give you an idea of the different types of counseling available in your area. You can also narrow your search by specialty, gender, religion, educational background, and more.

Cons

  • Open marketplaces have both qualified professionals and people who lack the credentials to give qualified advice. Opting for an open marketplace requires extra time and research to ensure the expert you choose is well-qualified, credentialed, and has the experience to address your health goals.
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