Do you have a question about Growing Naturals’ products?
As Growing Naturals’ in-house product specialist and nutrition expert, Scarlett Full is available to answer any questions you might have. Whether it deals with a specific ingredient in a product, or if you’re wondering how a particular product can benefit your health or impact your condition, our Registered Dietitian can help!
“One of my absolute favorite things is answering customers’ nutrition-related questions—knowing that I might have both helped correct any misinformation they had and gain a little more educated insight about nutrition in general. All the available information on health, diet and food products in the media nowadays is so overwhelming and confusing, it is not surprising there’s so much misinformation out there.”
Ask away! You can reach our Registered Dietitian via:
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 888-572-5827
Dietitians vs Nutritionists
Registered Dietitians (RD) are food and nutrition experts who have to follow specific educational and professional requirements from an accredited program to attain their title, including a bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree, completion of a Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) program, which includes classes in biochemistry, anatomy, and physiology plus a dietetic internship for a minimum of 900 hours. Before becoming an RD, they also have to pass a standardized national exam and complete continuing education credits to maintain their title — meaning RDs are required to stay abreast of current trends and issues, while Nutritionists do it voluntarily.
The words “dietitian” and “nutritionist” are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same. All dietitians are nutritionists, but not all nutritionists are dietitians. A dietitian is a Registered Dietitian (RD), which means the person has a degree, usually in Dietetics & Nutrition, thus their advice is based on current nutrition science.