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Need help with your diet? Call an RDN


If you have a pipe leaking under the house, you call a licensed plumber. If you have legal trouble, you hire a lawyer.What if you need sound, evidence-based nutrition information? Contact a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN).In addition to holding a bachelor's degree, an RDN must fulfill a specially designed, accredited nutrition curriculum, complete a supervised practicum and pass a registration exam.Many hold graduate degrees along with certifications in specialized fields, such as pediatric, oncology or geriatric nutrition. Practicing RDNs are required to obtain continuing education credits in order to maintain their credentials.The majority of registered dietitian nutritionists work in the treatment and prevention of disease â often in hospitals, private practice or other health care facilities.

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