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Stanton Nutrition Counseling

Kayla Stanton, MS, RDN, CDN

 

Meet The Dietitian

Kayla Stanton, MS, RDN, CDN

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Hi, I'm Kayla, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) helping people find peace and thrive in a "diet crazy" world. Every day, I help my clients develop healthier and stress free relationships with food using a non-diet approach to help connect back with their bodies' natural signals and needs.


I am in the process of becoming a CEDRD (Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian) but I also specialize in helping people just like you find simple and practical ways to achieve better health, prevent or manage chronic diseases, and cut through all the noise of bad nutrition information.


You should know I am a real person living in the real world. I feed my kid chicken nuggets on busy nights, and I swing through the drive-through on busy days. I want to show you how anyone can take steps toward a healthier lifestyle no matter their current situation or past experience. Whether you hope to make a big change, take a couple baby steps, or maybe just find a little more peace in life, I'm here to help. 

 
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So...What is GOOD Nutrition?

(And how can I help you find it?)

GOOD nutrition is not just about what you eat. It is how you eat, why you eat, your feelings about food and your ability to eat it. GOOD nutrition is knowing what foods are good for your body (and mind) and having the confidence to eat them without fear, guilt, stress, or worry. 

If your answer is "yes" to one or more of the questions below,

contact me so we can work together to put the good back into your nutrition!

 
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Find Peace

Treatment for Disordered Eating

Do thoughts of restricting food or dieting seem to dominate your life?

Do you have intense feelings of guilt or feel the need to compensate after eating?

Do you find yourself eating in secret? Or do any of your eating habits feel out of your control? 

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Be Well

Prevention and

Lifestyle

Are you working toward a new goal or wanting to set a better example for your children? 

Does chronic disease run in your family or have life circumstances put you at a higher risk to develop one?

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Live Free

Break Away from Chronic Dieting

Do you feel as if you must always be on some type of diet to be healthy?

Is it difficult to remember a time when you could eat without a long list of rules or having to avoid bad foods?

Services Available

**I am not able to accept any new clients until August 2021. Please feel free to message me or check back later for any new updates.**

$0 

Initial Intro Phone Call

(15-20 min)

$150

New Client Assessment

(75-90 min)

$100

Follow Up Sessions

(45-60 min)


These are tough times. If financial hardship may negatively impact your ability to receive nutrition therapy, then flexible scheduling and, in some cases, reduced rates are available. Please let me know, and I would be happy to explain available options.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Registered Dietitian?

Anyone can call themselves a "nutritionist" even without formal qualifications or experience. Someone who only calls themselves a nutritionist may be practicing without any formal education or any governing body to hold them accountable.


Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RD/RDN) are nutrition experts and health care providers who have met (at minimum) the following criteria:

  • Completed at least a bachelor’s degree at an accredited university 


  • Completed an 8-12 month accredited supervised practice program.

  • Passed a national exam administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) and maintained active registration status


  • Regularly complete ethical and professional continuing educational requirements to maintain certification

Will my insurance pay for appointments with a RD/RDN?

I am an in-network provider with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Sagamore, and UnitedHealthcare. However, many insurances will still cover services with an out of network Registered Dietitian. Prior to your appointment, be sure to call the (800) number on your card to check your benefits. If asked for a procedure code, provide them with 97802 & 97803. 


If your insurance does not provide up- front coverage for services but does allow you to be seen by "out of network" providers, you will be provided a document called a "Superbill" following your appointment with the necessary information to submit to your insurance company, which may then reimburse you for all or part of the nutrition services provided.

 

Contact me

Ready to set up an appointment or just want some more information? Fill out the form below, and I will be in touch soon. 

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For Health Care Providers

Thank you for taking a valued interest in your patient's nutrition! 

If you would like more information or to refer a patient for nutrition counseling services, please use the buttons below.