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Still have questions? Here are some answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions.

What Type of Support Can I Expect From a Nutrisense Nutritionist?
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Your nutritionist will be your partner on your health journey from the get-go, helping you stay accountable and motivated. They’ll also be your biggest cheerleaders, helping you overcome obstacles, guiding you through challenges, and celebrating achievements with you.At Nutrisense, we know that you’re unique. Our nutrition team keeps that in mind, offering several benefits compared to traditional coaching, thanks to our data-driven, custom approach.Did you know? Only 6% of nutritionists who apply make it onto our team. Nutrisense nutritionists not only have professional credentials but also have experience viewing and analyzing years of glucose data from our members. This affords them a rare perspective among nutrition experts.

Do You Work With the Same Nutritionist Throughout Your Subscription?
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You will typically work with the same nutritionist throughout your subscription. This helps them gain a deeper understanding of your health journey, preferences, challenges, and progress so they can provide more personalized support. However, you can request a change if you desire one at any point on your health journey with Nutrisense.

Do Nutrisense Nutritionists Receive Ongoing Training and Education?
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Yes! Nutrisense nutritionists are passionate about what they do and are committed to constantly growing their knowledge. Not only do our nutritionists actively share cutting-edge knowledge within the team through weekly research reviews and team discussions, but they individually create, deliver, and participate in specialty “Deep Dive” presentations on hot topics in metabolic health and nutrition science.

How Do Nutrisense Nutritionists Stay Up To Date On The Latest Evidence?
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Nutrisense nutritionists are required to meet standards of continuing education in order to maintain their credentials from the Commission on Dietetic Registration and the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists. Beyond this, they actively participate in peer-based research reviews and knowledge sharing as described above.

Is a Nutritionist The Same as a Dietitian?
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Registered Dietitians (RDs/RDNs) and Certified Nutrition Specialists (CNS) are differentiated by the type of academic and professional requirements they’ve met as well as their credentialing agency. While all dietitians are nutritionists, not all nutritionists are considered dietitians due to the difference in credentialing agencies.At Nutrisense, our team of expert nutritionists all possess either an RD/RDN or CNS credential to ensure you get the best possible nutrition support. ‍Read our article on the Nutrisense Journal to learn more about it.

What is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist?
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A registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) is a highly trained and qualified nutrition professional. In order to maintain the RD/RDN credential, health professionals must complete regular continuing professional education credits within a designated number of years. A nutritionist is a health professional who applies science-based nutrition principles to guide you toward a healthier lifestyle. All Nutrisense nutritionists are board-certified registered dietitians (RDs/RDNs) and certified nutrition specialists (CNS), possessing some of the most rigorous nutritionist credentials.Learn more about what a nutritionist does on the Nutrisense Journal.

What Qualifications do Nutrisense Nutritionists Have?
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Nutrisense nutritionists are specialists. We believe in the power of expert-verified, science-backed nutritional advice that’s personalized by experts in their respective fields. That’s why all our nutritionists are either registered dietitian nutritionists (RD/RDN) or certified nutrition specialists (CNS). This means they’ve completed advanced training and have high-level certifications and credentials for their respective specialties.

Why Do You Need a Nutritionist?
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It can feel confusing and overwhelming to self-navigate the many conflicting pieces of nutrition information and advice you come across. Having an expert guide by your side to help you make sense of this information is crucial to keeping you on track in your health goals.

Will My Nutrition Coach Be a Real Human?
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Yes! We understand the complexities and nuances of real life and know that one-size-fits-all advice isn’t enough. Your Nutritsense nutritionist is a human expert you can talk to, a partner on your journey who will provide guidance, accountability, and motivation.

Will My Nutritionist Provide Meal Plans and Educational Resources to Support My Nutrition Goals?
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Your nutritionist can help you collaborate on meal planning and ideas or help you tweak your current diet to better meet your goals. This includes offering educational resources, articles, recipes, and personal suggestions.

What if I need to cancel a video call?
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To cancel a video call, members can find the reschedule or cancel link in the appointment details email. Cancellations made 24 hours before the appointment are free, but any cancellations within 24 hours will incur a $75 fee. Regardless of coverage, insurance will not cover or reimburse this cancellation fee.
To reschedule a call, members should message their nutritionist in the Nutrisense app. Non-members may reach out to Nutrisense support for all cancellation and rescheduling concerns.

*Disclaimer: The Nutrisense program is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any conditions such as diabetes.