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I have many people ask how is a Holistic Nutritionist different than a Dietician and a Nutritionist in a hospital. Dieticians are clinicians. Their jobs are regulated because they measure out formulations, which could cause harm if they are not educated in procedures. A Dieticians scope of practice is limited. Limited to what is expected in a hospital environment or clinical environment.
A Registered Holistic Nutritionist is not regulated in that way because of our scope of practice. Being registered does mean we are expected to keep undated and attend conferences and online seminars to keep updated.
You will find Holistic nutritionists working alongside Naturopaths, Homeopaths, Chiropractors, and other health care professionals.
What does a Registered Holistic Nutritionist do?
We have a coaching role. We offer practical strategies, and offer ongoing support. We help incorporate lifestyle changes. We look at the whole body, the mind, spirit component (emotional) part of healing.
Our role is to Listen and validate the client.
Educate around the root cause and provide answers.
Create solution based protocols.
Provide practical lifestyle change recommendations to support the client.
Provide ongoing accountability to improve compliance and efficacy.
We have great success in helping people reduce symptoms of the following ailments, as well as a host of others:
Digestive and intestinal health( IBS, gas and bloating, acid reflux, constipation, food sensitivities, Candida overgrowth, parasites)
Women’s health issues.(fertility, prenatal support, PMS, fibroids, hormonal imbalances such as Menopause)
Endrocrine imbalances( thyroid imbalance, weight management, adrenal fatigue)
Liver support (including cleansing protocols) Kidney function (including kidney stones)