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FAQ

Meagan Maritato Dietitian in Milwaukee

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

It's easy!

 

For Private Nutrition Programs/Personal Training:

 

To give me a little more information about what you're looking for, click the BOOK A CALL button at the top of the page and fill out the questionnaire. After I review your information, I will be in touch to set up a consultation call to talk more about your goals and needs before we get started.

 

All Other Inquiries (Corporate wellness inquiries, grocery store tours):

 

Click the CONTACT link at the bottom of the page and send me an email with your inquiry or request. I will be in touch soon. Let's grab coffee and talk nutrition!

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Consultation call: $0

Depending on the program, cost of nutrition counseling varies. I work with many clients and a variety budgets.

I am confident that we will be able to work something out that is right for you.

During our initial call, we will cover investment fees, payment options, and payment plans, and I will address any other questions you may have.

HOW LONG DO THE PROGRAMS TAKE?

Much like any health journey, there is no set timeline for when you will reach your nutrition goals. Behavior change takes time! This is a key difference between nutrition counseling support from an RD and a typical dieting program.

The average time I recommend working together for nutrition counseling is 6-9 months. If you feel that you need additional support after your commitment is up, I offer renewal rates for my clients to provide them with affordable continuing care.

My consulting program is always a good option if you're not sure where to start!

HOW IS MY PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION PROTECTED?

 

MM Wellness uses a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform for all telehealth visits.

UNSURE ABOUT THE ANTI-DIET APPROACH?

 

The anti-diet, Intuitive Eating approach to nutrition is evidenced-based and emphasizes food freedom and the practice of gentle nutrition. Instead of vilifying certain foods and prioritizing thinness over health, an anti-diet approach focuses on the balance of nutrients and encourages individuals to reconnect into their bodies' hunger and fullness cues to improve their health.

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