Do you take insurance?
Eat Freely Nutrition does not accept insurance at the present time but can provide you with an official receipt of services which you can submit directly to your insurance company.
Insurance companies may partially or fully cover nutrition counseling services under the term "Medical Nutrition Therapy." Often, a letter from your doctor referring you to a registered dietitian with a stated diagnosis can help you obtain coverage.
Payment is due at the time of service in either cash, personal check or credit card. For package payment plans, credit card information is kept on file and your credit card will be charged monthly.
What is your cancellation policy?
Time has been specifically reserved for your nutrition appointment. If you need to change or cancel your appointment, a minimum of 24 hours notice is requested to avoid paying the full session fee. Your cooperation is appreciated!
How often do I see the Nutritionist?
Follow-up is important to monitor your progress, make changes to your treatment plan, and provide you with support. Most patients meet with their dietitian monthly or bi-monthly. Our purpose is to work with you to achieve your health goals, until you can independently manage your nutritional health.
Does Eat Freely Nutrition coordinate with other healthcare providers?
Yes. With your authorization, we will be happy to communicate/coordinate with your current healthcare practitioner; we may recommend the services of other healthcare practitioners (for example, physicians, naturopathic doctors, psychotherapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, energy healers, acupuncturists, and/or others) to enhance a holistic approach to your health care.
Does Eat Freely Nutrition require special laboratory tests?
Functional metabolic testing is sometimes necessary to obtain more in-depth information. If additional testing is required to help determine your nutritional or health status, we will provide you and your doctor with that information.