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Let food be thy medicine and let thy medicine be food.
At Fusion Integrative Health & Wellness, we see each person as a whole individual. Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) believe in providing each client with a holistic program based upon their unique needs. We educate and support our clients through a step by step process that encourages gradual realistic changes to promote long lasting lifestyle change. Fusion's integrative, functional, and personalized approach to wellness through nutrition, health, and healing is based upon both the Integrative Medicine and the Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy Models. This whole person model to wellness advocates using "food as medicine". Plans for the use of whole food therapies, functional foods, and dietary supplements are based upon the needs of the individual. Fusion's whole person approach may also include recommendations for mind-body modalities in one's personalized wellness program.
All services are provided by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with advanced training in Integrative Health and Wellness.
Our goal is to provide our clients with numerous options by which to access our services - either in our office, at your worksite, in the comfort of your home, or via tele- or web conferencing.
- Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy
- Health & Wellness Coaching
- Nutrigenomic testing
- Food Allergies/Intolerances
- Pediatric Nutrition Interventions
- Resting metabolic rate testing
- Autoimmune Programs
- Weight Management Counseling
- Customized Group & Employee Wellness Programs
- Mindfulness Programs
Why is it important to seek the advice of an Integrative & Functional Registered Dietitan Nutritionist
There are individuals who call themselves “nutritionists” and offer nutrition services without education, formal training, and licensing as a nutrition professional. While health coaches/nutrition coaches/nutrition counselors may suggest healthy food choices and healthier lifestyles, they cannot formulate a nutrition diagnosis, prescribe therapeutic diets or provide medical nutrition therapy. The Integrative & Functional Registered Dietitian Nutritionist has a college degree and years of advanced practice training in integrative and functional medicine plus has passed a national examination to obtain the RDN credential. The RDN is required to obtain 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years to maintain RDN status. In Pennsylvania the Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (LDN) is required to obtain 48 continuing education hours every 2 years to maintain state licensure. The registered dietitian nutritionist is the nutrition expert. Please be sure to check the qualifications of any nutritionist/coach - look for the advanced degrees and proper credentials.