Online Certified Nutritionist

Virtual Appointments with Certified Clinical Nutritionists

Telehealth dietary counseling for IBM, metabolic issues, immune function, fertility and more. Reduce chronic pain and fatigue. Reestablish your relationship with food and your body. Have confidence in your food choices. Learn to trust your body again with the guidance of an online Certified Nutritionist.

Certified Nutritionist vs Nutritionist: What’s the difference?

There are key differences between a certified nutritionist and nutritionist. Anybody can call themselves a nutritionist; whereas, a Certified Nutritionist is also called a Clinical Nutritionist, or Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN). To achieve this distinction, you must have four-year degree in clinical nutrition or a master’s degree in human nutrition, have completed at least 15 courses of core nutrition science, complete at least 900 hours of internship, then sit for a national board exam. 


Continuous education and maintaining certification depends on each CCN completing 40 hours of additional courses every two years, attending two CCN scientific symposiums annually, and re-certifying every five years. This ensures that each patient is receiving the most relevant, up-to-date, science backed nutrition information from their online certified nutritionist.


Our team of Certified Nutritionists are qualified professionals. We develop individualized diet plans, tailoring nutrition interventions to fit each patient’s unique needs.


As online certified clinical nutritionists, our approach centers on the patient. Nutrition education is a key piece of success, as we identify lifestyle and eating haviors, nutrient deficiencies and excesses in our patients’ diets. Empowering patients to feel more confident in their food choices comes with the patient taking an active role in their nutrition plan. Our goal is to help our patients live vital, healthy lives.


We can’t wait to get started.

Individualized diet plans.

Identify problem foods and food-related behaviors.

Reduce pain and discomfort from autoimmune diseases, chronic disease, IBS and more.

Feel more confident in your food choices.

Develop a healthy relationship with food and your body.

Our Team of Online Certified Nutritionists, Registered Dietitians, and Healthcare Specialists

Online Nutritionist counts on over 25 Certified Nutritionists, Registered Dietitians, nurse practitioners, and therapists with diverse experience and backgrounds. We are proud to provide our patients with multi-lingual nutrition services (English & Spanish). You’ll be paired with one of the expert nutrition therapists on our team that best fits your needs, to help you reach your goals. Here are just a few of our team members. (Learn more about us here.)

Get virtual nutrition counseling from the comfort of your home today!

RDN: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist – MS: Masters of Science – MHS: Masters of Health Sciences – CDN: Certified Dietitian Nutritionist – CNSC: Certified Nutrition Support Clinician – LDN: Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist – MSN: Master of Science in Nursing – APRN: Advance Practice Registered Nurse – FNP-BC: Family Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified – DNP: Doctor of Nursing Practice – LCSW: Licensed Clinical Social Worker

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Choose the best online certified nutritionist to meet your unique needs:

As online Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians, we believe that good nutrition is a human right, fundamental to health, and everyone should have access to the best possible care and information. With the right guidance, everyone can develop healthy, sustainable habits to live lives of wellness. We have a patient-centered, holistic, and functional approach to all dietary interventions — modification and moderation are key. You will not go hungry! Your personal registered dietitian and nutrition consultant will analyze your nutritional deficiencies and excesses, dietary patterns, medical history, and supplements. Together, we will develop an individualized, sustainable nutrition plan. 


Here are some questions to ask when choosing a CCN:


  • Where did you study nutrition science?
  • Where did you do your internship?
  • What professional organizations do you belong to? 
  • Why did you become a Certified Nutritionist?
  • How will you approach implementing nutrition changes within my current lifestyle?
  • What is your nutrition coaching style?

What to look for when choosing your online Certified Clinical Nutritionist:

Choosing the right CCN will help you be more successful in your new diet plan. It’s important to consider these three areas when choosing the nutrition coach to best suit your style and help you reach your goals.


  • Reputation: Reviews, client experiences, testimonials, word-of-mouth matter when choosing your personal CCN.
  • Coaching style: a CCN’s style should fit what you’re needing, as an individual, to be successful.
  • Counseling skills: changing the relationship with food and eating can be pretty emotional. Your online Certified Clinical Nutritionist should be able to help you manage the psychology of these changes.

How it works

Make an appointment.

Make an appointment via the contact page or by phone. Based on your needs, we will pair you with an expert RDN.

Meet with your personal nutrition expert.

Meet with your registered dietitian for a one-on-one virtual appointment. Flexible scheduling to adapt to your busy schedule.

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Take control of your life.

Implement your individualized nutrition plan. Feel confident about food choices. Receive continued telehealth nutrition support.



How much does an appointment with a NYC Certified Nutritionist cost?

An initial 60 minute appointment costs $250.00 with follow-up 30 minute appointments costing $125.00. We believe access to affordable nutrition counseling is a patient’s right.

We Accept Insurance

We proudly accept several common insurance plans. Click below to learn more.


Many use the terms ‘dietitian’ and ‘nutritionist’ interchangeably. Be aware that only a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) meets rigorous academic requirements with clinical training. To be called an RDN, you must have a degree from an accredited university. Our team of virtual dietitians must stay informed of guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to maintain their certification as well as provide our patients with expert online nutrition counseling.

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