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TNC is an exclusive network of the top dietitians in the world. We help you find the right one for you.

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Registered Dietitian
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Diabetes
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1. Take Our Holistic Health Assessment

Take our holistic health assessment so we can begin to learn about your lifestyle and goals.

2. Speak With A Matching Specialist

We connect you to a nutrition specialist that will talk through so we can guarantee you the right match.
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3. Get Matched To The Right Coach

We recommend a few experts that we think would be a great fit for you and connect you for an intro call.

4. Get Started With Counseling

You and your nutritionist will determine the right plan for you, personalized around your lifestyle, health needs, and goals.

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All of our nutritionist engagements include the following:
Free matching service that finds you the right dietitian
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Our matching specialist will thoroughly understand your goals and needs and align your personality with a partner expert nutritionist who will partner with you throughout your journey.
12 virtual consultations with your expert
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Connect virtually with your nutritionist to discuss your custom plan and approach. Regularly meet to make sure the plan is working as intended, adjust as needed, and ensure you hit your goals.
Personalized nutrition and lifestyle plans
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We create a plan tailor made for you that with a clear, easy to follow road map that ensures you hit your health goals.
Access to diagnostic testing to identify root causes
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We offer genetic, microbiome, and blood testing so we can make even more personalized and precise recommendations.
Unlimited messaging and support
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Feel supported 24/7 with your nutritionist and have access to their expertise any time day or night.

Our client outcomes

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reported feeling more energy, less stress, and better sleep.

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Nicolette

"We find too much confusing nutrition information around us these days. The "secret sauce" will be in us working together to make sense of it all. We will work together to develop simple, realistic, sustainable modifications that'll leave you feeling empowered to achieve your goals!"
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Areas of Expertise

Veterans, Service Members, and Military Families
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Chronic Disease
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General Health and Wellness
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Stacey Simon

"You know your body best; you know what works for you and what simply doesn’t. We will work together as a partnership, where you drive the car and I hold the roadmap to feeling good in your body."
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Chronic Disease
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Older Adult Nutrition
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General health and wellness
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Weight loss
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Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions about functional nutritionists? Below are some frequently asked questions that may help you decide if a function nutritionist is best for you.

When is it time to see a holistic nutritionist?

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Instead of being tyrants who tell you what to do, holistic nutritionists serve as your guides to achieving optimal health. It's a good practice to visit them whenever necessary because they work with you to identify any imbalances or gaps in your overall health picture. But if you want to get nutrition advice about your own exercise and fitness levels, consulting a holistic nutritionist with a nutrition certification is especially helpful. Meal planning is a skill that a holistic nutritionist excels at, and they frequently recommend restrictive diets to help control blood sugar.

How much does the service cost?

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The cost of working with a professional nutritionist can vary depending on the service you use, their level of expertise, experience, and length of your working relationship. Due to their diverse geographic origins, specialized nutrition knowledge, and range of years of nutrition counseling experience, each member of our network sets their own fees. It's best to budget for price changes because the price of this service can vary depending on a person's medical requirements. Depending on the dietitian's specialty, location, and desired results, prices may change. A nutritionist's fees are an ongoing investment in your health.

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

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Because we are committed to your success, if after two weeks you are still searching for a service that is worthwhile, we will fully refund your money. To give customers the opportunity to try out our service with the possibility of receiving a 100% refund, we provide a two-week risk-free trial. Customers can sign up for a product or service if they think it is worthwhile. If a program or service doesn't meet your needs during the risk-free two-week trial period, you can get a refund. Customer satisfaction is very important to us, and we work hard to increase your purchasing power.

What does the nutrition specialist help with?

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When you complete our quiz, we learn a little bit about your background and your health objectives. In order to better understand who you are, how you live, and what you need support with, our nutrition specialist digs deeper into each of your responses. We examine your sleeping patterns and how they have changed or not in the most recent time. We examine your eating patterns to determine whether they may contribute to weight loss or gain by looking at how frequently, when, and what kinds of foods you eat.

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

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If none of the matches appeal to you, we'll discuss why and change our suggestions until we find the perfect match. You should let your matching specialist know if you decide that any advice they offer you needs to be stronger. They can then take your recommendations into consideration and connect you with a more suitable expert. If the two of you don't get along, you can request to be paired with a different nutritionist at no extra charge. However, you will have to pay your initial nutritionist for the services they provide.

What's the best way to get more sleep by changing my diet?

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The best way to influence your sleep schedule through food is by eating foods that are commonly known for producing hormones like melatonin which signals to your body that sleep is necessary. Eating a diet that is high in sugar, saturated fat and processed carbohydrates can disrupt your sleep, while eating more plants, fiber and foods rich in unsaturated fat — such as nuts, olive oil, fish and avocados — seems to have the opposite effect, helping to promote sound sleep. Almonds, along with several other types of nuts, turkey, chamomile tea, etc., are all foods that either produce or influence the production of melatonin.

What are the best foods to promote a functional diet?

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The term functional foods is used to describe foods or food ingredients that provide health benefits beyond meeting basic nutrition needs. Inclusion of these types of foods can provide further protection against chronic disease and condition development. Functional nutrition staples include whole grains, beans, lentils, frozen vegetables (specifically spinach and broccoli), fruit with no sugar added, canned or frozen fish and chicken, and a few different healthy fats like olive and canola oil. Then you can snack on a variety of nuts or make a meal using a surplus of natural nut butter. A functional nutritionist can ensure you get the proper nutrients you need while following a functional diet.
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What Is a Functional Nutritionist?

When practicing functional medicine, one condition may have several underlying causes, and vice versa. A condition can have several underlying causes, not just one. Due to its complexity, the whole situation should be considered rather than just one factor. This is a standard practice among functional nutritionists. Preventive nutrition counseling and medical nutrition therapy are used to accomplish this. Functional nutritionists examine behaviors that might be involved in chronic health issues using a systems-oriented approach. The functional nutritionist can use science, clinical knowledge, and nutrition tools to encourage behavior modification and change in order to address your health.

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What Does a Functional Nutritionist Do?

In a clinical or hospital setting related to their functional capacity, whether it be in a private practice office set up around sleep wellness, weight management, or a fitness program, functional dietitians may offer counseling to individuals and families. Focused on limiting factors that contribute to unhealthy lifestyles, such as obesity, high blood pressure, saturated fats, etc., these dietitians assign a proper diet and regimen. Practitioners of functional medicine and functional dietitian nutritionists take a much broader approach than simply treating acute symptoms or maintaining clinical stability. They delve deep to get a holistic, bird's-eye view of the whole picture of our clients' health.

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Benefits of Working with a Functional Nutritionist

A functional nutritionist can help you eat for optimal health in a way that will consistently support your well-being. They can help you prevent or reduce your risk for heart disease, cancer, diabetes, GI, and other nutrition-related diseases. Functional Health nutritionists also can help design diets to lower your cholesterol and manage blood pressure for long-term benefits that have to do with sleep and healthy living habits.

Personalized Diet Plans

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There are many different diets available for a reason—no single diet is effective for everyone. Your diet must adapt to your age, way of life, and state of health. Functional nutrition plans are individualized, putting the patient first. To help treat underlying health issues, some people require focused treatments using particular foods. Because each person is unique, nutrient plans should also be personalized.

Prioritize gut health

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You can reduce your risk of inflammation, infections, autoimmune diseases, and hormonal imbalances by giving your body the right kinds of food. You must maintain a balance of good bacteria in your gut to guard against pathogens and unhealthy foods. You can be guided toward better foods for your gut health by a functional nutritionist.

Get essential nutrients

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Your body's building blocks are created by the food you eat. Your body is kept healthy by nutrients like probiotics, minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, complex carbohydrates, amino acids, and more. Giving your body what it requires will enable it to maintain its health. Holistic diets take into account your body's needs.

What to Look for in a Functional Nutritionist

What should be looked for in a functional nutritionist is for them to be a registered dietitian outsourced by a legit nutritionist site. And for them to have year-long credentials that support their knowledge and make them reliable sources. Otherwise, the nutritionist’s plan can be unverified without context and, at times, inaccurate.

Strong communicator and listener

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One of the best resources for advice on nutrition information supported by science is a registered dietitian nutritionist. Finding a specialist with an understandable communication style is necessary for this, though. If you're looking for a nutritionist, look for someone who is approachable, pays attention when you speak, and can explain complicated scientific concepts simply.

Personality and professionalism

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It's important that you feel at ease working with your nutritionist because your health is a personal matter. Scheduling informational calls or sessions is a great way to assess personality and professionalism. During these consultations, you can speak with your potential nutritionist, learn about their counseling philosophy, and picture yourself working with them.

Credentials and experience in functional nutrition

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Look for specialists in functional nutrition who are Registered Dietitians (RDs) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs). The provision of medical nutrition therapy is permitted at both certification levels. A practitioner who is not a registered dietitian or registered dietitian nutritionist should not be relied upon for medical advice or claims because they may not have the most recent scientific and medical information.

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How Top Nutrition Coaching can help

Several features offered by Top Nutrition Coaching will make it easier for you to find a functional nutritionist. Your search for a nutritionist will be facilitated by a number of tools provided by Top Nutrition Coaching. You can speak with a matched specialist to find the nutritionist who is the best fit for you after completing your health assessment. After finishing your health assessment, you will be able to speak with a corresponding specialist to find the nutritionist who is the best fit for you. It's a quick and simple way to get in touch with someone who can help you achieve your health-related goals.

How to Find a Functional Nutritionist Near Me

A nutritionist in your area can be found online, in a directory of nearby companies, or by including virtual helpers in your search. Your options will be more constrained if you only search for nutritionists in your immediate area. Numerous health and wellness providers have relocated online for a reason. Meeting in person is beneficial if you want to show your nutritionist your physical body. However, over our Top Nutrition Coaching nutrition services, general advice can be given. Top Nutrition Coaching and other telehealth platforms offer unmatched convenience and access to the best functional nutritionists and healthcare specialists in their fields.

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