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Renal & Early CKD

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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.

Janine Thomas
4.9
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Certified Registered Dietitian

As a certified renal nutritionist, Janine has been helping people reach their health goals for over a decade. In that time, she's learned that although every person has unique dietary needs and preferences, they all want to feel amazing. That's why she tailors her approach to each individual client, using a combination of evidence-based scientific research, intuitively-driven holistic practices, and personal experience.

Weight Management
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Lauren Levy
4.7
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Certified Registered Dietitian

Lauren graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Nutritional Sciences and then earned her RD from the University of Texas at Austin. She has worked as a registered dietitian at various medical centers in Phoenix, Arizona, including the Mayo Clinic. She believes that when you have a strong mind and body, anything is possible!

Overall health and wellness
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Meghan Perkins
4.8
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Certified Registered Dietitian

Meghan Perkins is a renal nutritionist who uses data and compassion to help people achieve their goals. She believes that to achieve our best selves, we need to understand what works and what doesn't—and then use that knowledge to get where we want to be.

Pre-diabetes/Diabetes
Renal
Chronic Disease
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Rachel Coury
4.7
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Certified Registered Dietitian

A registered dietitian nutritionist with a passion for adventure, Rachel Coury loves helping people feel their best in the outdoors. She's an avid hiker, cyclist, and runner. With over 10 years of experience, her expertise as a renal nutritionist is backed by a blend of mindfulness and hard science.

Overall Wellness
Heart Disease
Renal
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Stacey Simon
4.8
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Certified Registered Dietitian

Stacey Simon is a certified renal nutritionist, author, and all-around registered dietitian who loves helping people get their nutrition on track. She's been featured in several publications, including Shape magazine, Prevention magazine, and Women's Health. She has an MBA from NYU and a B.S. in nutrition from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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1. Take Our Holistic Performance Assessment

Take our holistic performance assessment so we can begin to learn about your training regimen 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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Focus Areas
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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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Finding the best renal, or kidney, nutritionist comes down to finding the best renal nutritionist for you. Before committing to  a renal nutritionist, consider the following points:

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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.
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Our client outcomes

98%
reduced their hb1ac levels
84%
lowered cholesterol, hypertension, and improved heart health.
92%
improved their kidney functioning
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reported feeling more energy, less stress, and better sleep.

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Frequently Asked Questions


How do you know a renal nutritionist is a true nutrition expert?

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Anyone can call themselves a renal nutritionist, therefore, there are a few key signs you should look out for to ensure you are working with an expert. One of the best ways to deduce whether or not an individual is qualified is to pay attention to their title and credentials. A Registered Dietitian (RD) (also called a registered dietitian-nutritionist [RDN]) is a specific professional credential that can only be earned by an individual who has at least a bachelor’s degree. This individual will have also completed a series of undergraduate courses approved by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics, supervised practice programs, and a national exam for the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Many Registered Dietitians also have a Master’s degree or other advanced board certifications. Registered Dietitians are also required to complete ongoing continuing education to remain up to date on best practices.

How much does it cost to work with a renal nutritionist?

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The cost of hiring a renal nutritionist will differ depending on location, level of experience, and clinical specialty. Because most patients see renal nutritionists for months, or even years, at a time, some nutritionists will offer monthly or annual packages. Remember that working with a qualified renal dietitian is an investment in your health, and will set you up for success in the future.

What does it mean if a service has a two-week risk-free trial?

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A two-week risk-free trial is designed to help guarantee customer satisfaction. Customers are granted two weeks of complimentary services. During that time, the customer can decide whether or not they would like to continue with the service or opt for another one.

What is a nutrition specialist’s role?

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An image of an arrow icon Before an individual is matched with a renal nutritionist at Top Nutrition Counseling, they will undergo a nutrition consultation. This is essentially a matching service where a specialist will learn more about a prospective client's needs. This allows the nutrition specialist to learn as much as they can about the client in order for them to match the client with the best possible renal nutritionist for them.

What do I do if I disapprove of a nutrition specialist’s suggestions?

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If you don’t like the recommendations made by a nutrition specialist, don’t shy away or be afraid to tell them why. A nutrition specialist’s primary goal is to make your nutrition journey the best it can possibly be – they will do anything in their power to achieve this goal. If there is a specific reason that you disagree with a nutrition specialist’s suggestions, explain your reasoning and why you are dissatisfied. The nutrition specialist can then go back to the drawing board and find a renal nutritionist that better suits your interests.

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