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Teri Underwood, Nutritionist/Dietitian  in Park City
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Nutritionist/Dietitian, RD, MS, CD
“My practice provides individualized nutrition assessment, medical nutrition therapy, and counseling for those interested in the following issues: *Functional Medicine *Digestive disorders, food sensitivities and allergies, autoimmune disease *Heart disease, Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, High Cholesterol/Lipid Disorders, High Blood Pressure *Wellness/preventive health, healthy aging *Weight loss, fat loss, improving body composition *Sports Nutrition: diet for optimal sports performance, for professional and recreational athletes
(801) 203-3211
Holly Knudson, Nutritionist/Dietitian  in Sandy
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Nutritionist/Dietitian, FDN, CMTA, HC, AADP
“Conflicting information makes it difficult to determine the correct eating plan. My focus is on weight-loss resistance, hormonal imbalance, and Diabetes prevention. By balancing body chemistry, and metabolism, both can be improved. Food sensitivities are also addressed as I believe they are implicated in many health complaints, and an inability to lose weight especially when a healthy lifestyle program is implemented. There is more to the weight-loss equation than just calories in/calories out and exercise. Hormonal balance is key. I also help to identify environmental / lifestyle factors that may be contributing to hormonal imbalance. chronic health complaints and weight loss plateau.
(801) 821-4688
Sandy, Utah 84092
Emily Fonnesbeck, Nutritionist/Dietitian  in Saint George
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Nutritionist/Dietitian, RD, CD, CLT
“Instead of creating unnecessary restrictions or contributing to the nutrition noise so abundant in our society, I have found client-centered coaching to be much more effective. I have no nutrition agenda; I only hope to help you feel better. I take an individualized, non-diet approach and use whole, real foods that nourish and fuel your body as medicine. We work together to find answers and as you listen to your body, I help you interpret. This approach works best when you are able and willing to dig deeper into the emotional aspects of how food effects your health.
(435) 659-3072
Paige Smathers, Nutritionist/Dietitian  in Holladay
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Nutritionist/Dietitian, RD, CD
“I provide comprehensive, client-centered nutrition therapy aimed at addressing the client as a whole person. I believe food problems do not exist on their own-there's usually something deeper, buried in a person's experiences and history where the problems began. I specialize in detecting those subtle, yet monumentally important ways a person's relationship with food is damaged. From there, we work together to come up with small and simple goals that will eventually lead to great and lasting lifestyle changes, helping you heal your relationship with food and end the dieting game forever.
(801) 784-6739
Holladay, Utah 84117
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How can an Utah (UT) Nutritionist help me?
Dietitians and Nutritionists in Utah (UT) provide advice on good eating habits. They help you with your diet and how it affects your health. They assess nutrition needs and food patterns, plan a diet that's appropriate for your physical and dietary needs, and provide nutrition counseling, such as advice on dietary changes and menu plans. They advise on special diets for medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, food allergies, and obesity.

The word dietitian has a variant spelling 'dietician' (e.g. find an Utah (UT) dietician). Both spellings are correct.
About Utah (UT) Registered Dietitians
Registered Dietitians or Registered Dietitian Nutritionists in Utah (UT) complete a bachelor's degree at a school accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, as well as a period of supervised practice and an exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. While certification is not required in all states for nutritional counseling or nutrition therapy, only individuals certified by their respective states may use the Certified Dietitian or Certified Nutritionist titles.
How to use my insurance?
Some Nutritionists and Utah (UT) dietary professionals accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the Nutritionist or Dietitian.