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I applaud your description of the profession encompassing Food and Nutrition. However, it is hurtful to me that you describe a nutritionist with the words, “A Nutritionist also works in food and nutrition but he/she doesn’t need to meet any legal standards. ” There are clear legal standards for being called a CERTIFIED Nutritionist in many states, but your sentence easily leads one to believe that anyone not holding the title of RD or RDN is not practicing legally and/or is not qualified. Please see the high standards of the BCNS organization for more details. Thank you so much!
Yes, good point. The site NutritionEd has a rundown of what each state requires of both licensed nutritionists and nutritionists.