When looking to make lifestyle changes that improve your health and wellbeing, many people are eager to work with healthcare providers that share similar identities. If you identify as black or African American, then you may be looking to work with a nutritionist and dietitian with the same or similar identity.
With less than 9% of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists identifying as black or African American, it can be difficult to connect with a provider from this background. So we've put together a list of vetted, board-certified Registered Dietitians who identify as black, accept insurance, and specialize in an number of different topic areas, such as: diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, weight management, and eating disorders (just to name a few).
"When I became pre-diabetic, I knew I had to make some lifestyle changes. My nutritionist taught me a lot, and I've been managing my blood sugar with what I put on my plate"
"I meet with my nutritionist every other week and insurance covers all of it! I didn't even know I had this as a benefit. I wish I knew about this sooner."
"I've struggled with PCOS for a while. Fay made it so affordable and easy to meet with a PCOS dietitian who has availability on nights and weekends. That almost never happens."
Fay has high standards for quality of care, read more about how we screen providers to guarantee you're meeting with the best nutrition and wellness experts in the country.