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When you book a nutritionist through Airtasker, you’ll get all the advantages of working with a registered nutritionist without the hassle of asking for recommendations, consulting with multiple sources, or ending up hiring a nutritionist based in another town!

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Top Nutritionist related questions

What’s the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

A nutritionist helps healthy people, while a dietitian may work with both sick and healthy people. While both can help healthy people improve their eating habits, only dietitians are trained to treat medical conditions through proper food intake. Also, dietitians are regulated by government bodies, while nutritionists aren’t. But, nutritionists can typically take board certifications or register with associations. Lastly, dietitians work in hospitals, while nutritionists work in fitness or wellness centres.

What should I do before trying out a new diet?

Before trying out a new diet, see a doctor or a nutrition specialist. If you are healthy, you can consult with a nutritionist, dietitian, or general physician. Once you get their clearance, prepare yourself mentally, emotionally, and financially. Lastly, start making the arrangements for your weekly and daily menu. This can include getting food delivered or hiring a local chef

How do I prepare for a nutritionist appointment?

Before you see a nutritionist, you’ll want to:

  1. Think about your health and wellness goals.
  2. Think about what kind of support you want: a one-off consultation or a series of appointments.
  3. Bring a list of medications or supplements that you are currently taking.
  4. Bring any health certifications or doctor’s referrals (though nutritionists work with healthy people, they may want to discuss your medical history).
  5. Prepare a food diary.

What should I ask a nutritionist?

The questions you ask your nutritionist should be aligned with your health and wellness goals. Some of the things you can talk about include:

  1. How much you should be eating
  2. How to eat before and after a workout
  3. How to make smart choices when shopping for food
  4. How to improve your overall food intake
  5. Where to get any additions or switches to your diet

Can a nutritionist give me a meal plan?

Yes, they can, but note that in a lot of cases, only doctors and registered dietitians (RDs) are legally allowed to prescribe a detailed meal plan to a client. But since these meal plans can be somewhat restrictive, a private nutritionist is more likely to guide how you can create a meal plan that’s better suited to your wellness goals. 

Can a nutritionist help you lose weight?

Yes, they can. And while there is no one-size-fits-all trick for losing weight, nutritionists may recommend tips to help you attain this goal. In general, private nutritionists and dietitians recommend eating more fruits and vegetables, avoiding fad diets that involve eliminating one food group or ingredient, focusing on portion size, eating more mindfully, keeping a food diary, and indulging occasionally. 

What do a nutritionist’s services include?

If you need nutrition advice, a holistic nutritionist near you can provide one-off consultations or a series of appointments to help you attain your fitness goals. You may be able to set appointments with a local sports nutritionist at a gym near you or find an online nutritionist if this is more convenient for you. 

While the exact services of your chosen Tasker may vary, here’s what you can generally expect when you hire a nutritionist through our platform:

Assess your health and nutrition needs

Meeting with a nutritionist means you have specific wellness goals in mind. You may want to avoid potential illnesses, manage your weight, or simply live a healthier lifestyle. When you first meet with a holistic nutritionist, they will most likely begin by assessing your current health status, medical history, lifestyle, and goals. 

Educate you about proper nutrition 

Nutritionists are typically open to questions like how to plan, shop, and cook better. A private nutritionist may teach you how to read and understand food labels, choose better alternatives for your everyday pantry items, and debunk any fake “hacks” or fad diets you might want to try.  

Create and evaluate meal plans

While not all nutritionists may do this, some can help you put your wellness goals into action by developing meal plans for you. They may base this not only on your objectives and medical needs but your personal preferences as well. Ideally, your meal plan should be healthy, palatable, and budget-friendly. If you live a busy lifestyle, you may consider hiring a local meal prep chef to help you stick to the plan.  

After a certain length of time, the nutritionist may ask you to consult with them again so that they can evaluate the effects of the meal plan and if it’s helping you progress with your objectives. If necessary, the holistic nutritionist may modify this meal plan.  

Provide online nutritionist consultations

Some, but not all, nutritionists may also provide online consultations. This method is excellent for clients who don’t want to go to a local wellness centre or who prefer to squeeze a quick online meeting into their busy schedule. 

 If this is something you’d like to try instead of making an in-person appointment, make sure that your computer is set up beforehand. You can ask for help from an internet tech expert near you if you run into any problems.