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Dine And Dash Fitness
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    Christine C.
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    Jason is a phenomenal personal trainer and nutritional coach. Jason is not just a personal trainer; he coaches pushing you each step of the way. He whole-heartedly and diligently works to create a plan that is designed specifically for you. He has shown me that I CAN do many things that I never thought possible. Although the decreasing percentage of body fat and weight loss are wonderful, nothing can compare to how I feel now compared to when I first started. I have confidence, strength, and pride in myself and my body. If you are ready to take the leap in your life and get on the path to becoming the person that you want to be I highly recommend Jason and Dine & Dash. It's a decision that you will not regret.


    My work stands out from others because I try to help people learn to help themselves. The goal would be - complete healing and wellness of body, mind and spirit.

    • 6 years in business
    • 1 hire on Thumbtack

    I have two Bachelor's of Science degrees from the University of Idaho; one is in Exercise Science, and the other is in Dietetics. Having 8 + years of specific college education in the study of health and wellness has given me the physiological, psychological, medical, and nutritional knowledge base that surpasses most trainers and nutritionists. Specifically, nutritionists are not trained in Medical Nutrition Therapy, which is critical when dealing with those undergoing or diagnosed with serious medical conditions. The Coordinated Program in Dietetics has given me the education to provide correct nutritional guidelines for those living with high risk medical conditions. I also worked as a Rehabilitation Technician for two years in out-patient physical therapy, which has given me an elite skill set those suffering with weight limitations can benefit from greatly. Whether you are looking for personal training or counseling services, you will be taught the correct skills and information that will give you the life long methods and tools needed to independently steer your life in the direction you are wanting it to go in.

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    How much does a nutritionist cost?

    A nutritionist provides expertise and guidance to help clients with all diet-related health matters, including losing weight, gaining muscle, improving their sports performance, and managing diabetes or high cholesterol. Nutritionists can help people learn to follow special diets in a healthy way, such as becoming vegetarian or vegan or developing a low-sodium or gluten-free eating plan. The average national cost of a nutritionist is $60 to $100. Nutritionists often require an initial consultation with a new client, during which they’ll take a medical history, assess the client’s nutritional needs, and determine the best course of action; this first meeting usually averages $100-$120 for a 45-minute to 90-minute consultation. Subsequent nutritional counseling sessions generally cost less, ranging from an average of $45 for a half-hour session to $60-$90 for a one-hour session. Like many professional service providers, nutritionists may offer discounts through package pricing. For instance, a one-month package with two sessions and email support costs an average of $190; a three-month package with three sessions and email support costs an average of $360; and a six-month package with six sessions and email support costs an average of $540.  

    Are nutritionists covered by health insurance?

    Nutrition counseling can be a critical component of good health care, especially for people recently diagnosed with diabetes or high cholesterol who need to adhere to a specific diet. People also meet with nutritionists for help developing a healthy vegetarian or vegan diet, developing an eating plan to lose weight or gain muscle, or improving their sports performance by changing their diet. Nutritionists may be covered by health insurance depending on your reason for meeting with them. Nutrition counseling is more likely to be covered if it is part of a doctor-prescribed treatment for a particular medical condition, such as diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure or coronary heart disease. For example, Medicare covers medical nutrition therapy services only for people diagnosed with diabetes or kidney disease, as long as they get a referral from their doctor. Also, insurance providers more often cover nutrition visits if the patient has been referred to a registered dietitian within the carrier’s network of providers. Insurance plans vary greatly, so research your benefits before visiting a nutritionist.

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