Frequently Asked Questions
Can I work with you if I don't live in Los Angeles?
If enrolling in group courses and webinars:
Anyone can enroll, regardless of where they live.
If seeking one-on-one virtual consultations:
These services are considered Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT). Each state regulates who can provide MNT to their residents. The following states allow me to practice using my California credentials:
New York (with many restrictions on the lab testing allowed)
State laws regarding who can practice change every year, so this list is subject to change.
What training and credentials do you have?
Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan & Longevity (University of Southern California). My speciality rotation was completed at the Amos Institute, which uses a functional nutrition approach for the treatment and reversal of Alzheimer's Disease.
Master of Public Policy (University of Southern California)
Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Economics (College of William and Mary)
Professional titles and certifications:
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) in California
Candidate, Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (expected 2021). I have completed their training in the following speciality disciplines:
Environmental Health (Detoxification)
Will my insurance cover nutrition-related services?
I do not provide services that are typically covered by insurance, so I do not partner with any insurance companies at this time. It is my hope that more preventive and nutrition-related services will be standard across insurance providers in the future. Until then, I can provide you with a Superbill for 1:1 visits. I recommend that you check with your provider to verify if they will accept a Superbill for credit towards your deductible.
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