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Each person is unique. If you have any known medical condition(s) or any specific concern(s) when it comes to your health, please seek medical attention accordingly from a qualified medical practitioner licensed to practice medicine wherever you are located.
Be good to yourself and remember that sooner is often better than later when it comes to seeking qualified medical advisement personalized for your individual needs.
*You can contact a Registered Dietitian (RD) also now known as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) in your US state or international country of residence. There is information under the RESOURCES tab on this blog in the drop-down menu found there. Look under LINKS to help you do just that. Such a consultation could allow you to further discuss your own personal health questions and receive Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) from an RD aka RDN specifically tailored to your health needs.
If you are in the US, go to eatright.org which is a US national website. Enter the page for the public at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics . Look for a box on the upper right-hand side of the page to enable you to FIND A REGISTERED DIETITIAN. Use that search option in order to find a reputable RD aka RDN in your area that offers MNT on a one-on-one basis.
You can also view a very comprehensive listing of Resources. It includes is a “US Dietetic Organizations and Dietetic Groups” https://www.sensorynutrition.com/resources/links/us-dietetic-orgs/. That page is further divided into “Links to Dietetic Practice Groups” as well as “Links to Member Interest Groups”. You’ll also find “Links to State Dietetic Organizations” (the latter is organized alphabetically by state).
If you need international RD information, there is also a separate listing to assist you in finding a qualified RD outside of the United States https://www.sensorynutrition.com/resources/links/international-registered-dietitian-developed-dietetic-organizations
A reputable RD aka RDN will ask about contacting your treating physician to obtain permission to work with you. This is especially important if you are being treated for any medical condition and to verify your health information. Remember that a RD/RDN wants to provide the best possible advice tailored to your individual health needs.
Specifically, seek out a reputable RD aka RDN in your area if you need personal MNT. If your state, province, or country offers certification or licensure, seek out a dietitian/nutritionist who is also specifically credentialed where you reside. Always specifically seek an appropriately credentialed practitioner if you desire MNT!