Ditch the weird food rules, the “I can’t have that,” and the self criticism. In other words–ditch the diets and learn to nourish yourself with real food and real confidence.
What’s it like working with a dietitian?
Hi, I’m Lindsey McCoy, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, the food- and fun-loving dietitian you see here. And despite widespread beliefs I’m NOT the food police. I help adults build sustainable habits in nutrition, fitness, and happiness to lower chronic disease. We work together to increase your energy levels, reduce medication dependence and maintain a high quality of life for years to come.
Receive individualized Medical Nutrition Therapy that transforms nutrition science into realistic actions tailored to your life.
Learn strategies to engage in enjoyable movement and recreational fitness throughout your day
Understand how health beliefs influence your choices, and how to reframe decisions to form a new lifestyle
No. Weight status is a reflection of your health history, genetics, eating pattern, exercise pattern, stress management, sleep hygiene, the community you live in, and more.
Instead of focusing just on scale weight as a measure of health, we look at both quantitative measures of health (like your blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides, A1c, etc.) and qualitative measures (like recreational fitness capabilities, quality of sleep, and body confidence).
We spend our time and energy on building habits that make you feel strong and capable for a lifetime of wellbeing.
Nope, sorry (but also, not sorry). We may know a lot about nutrition, but YOU are the expert in YOU. We don’t do cookie cutter meal plans or complicated lists of food rules, and we don’t blame and shame you into giving up your favorite foods.
We provide education on the basics of human physiology and nutrient needs. And we provide counseling to help you interpret and apply that information to you.
Our goal is that you’re confident and empowered to make food decisions that are right for you—when you feel good, when you feel bad, when you’re working late, when you’re on vacation, when you’re at a restaurant or a backyard BBQ. No meal plan on earth can account for every day of YOUR life. But investing yourself into the process will help YOU navigate all of these scenarios.
Crave Nutrition, RD LLC is in-network with the following insurers:
· BCBS Wyoming (this includes BCBS Federal and other BCBS PPO plans)
Most insurance plans provide some coverage for visits with a dietitian. We recommend calling your insurance company to verify what benefits are available to you.
You can ask the following questions to get a better idea of what coverage you have. We recommend taking notes during the call and saving the reference number in case it’s needed in the future.
· Are visit codes 97802 and 97803 covered? What about 99404? Are they covered with the diagnosis code Z71.3?
· Do I have a limit to the number of visits I can receive?
· Do I need a referral?
· Do I need to get these visits preauthorized?
· Are there any diagnosis exclusions?
· Is Lindsey McCoy at Crave Nutrition RD LLC (NPI #1912442682) in-network?
· May I have a reference number for this call?
Please remember, although Crave Nutrition, RD bills your insurance on your behalf, you are responsible for any copays, deductibles, or amounts not paid for by your insurance plan.
Self-pay options include:
1. You can receive a superbill (aka a Statement for Insurance Reimbursement) that you can submit to your insurer for possible reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses.
2. You can pay for services with your HSA or FSA funds.
3. You can take advantage of a prompt pay discount for services paid for up front.
4. We can discuss payment plans.
Telehealth services are offered to residents of:
Your insurance may or may not provide reimbursement for telehealth services.
Nutritionist is an unregulated term. Anyone and everyone can call themselves a nutritionist. In fact, you’re a nutritionist! Seriously. Put it on your resume if you want to.
A registered dietitian or registered dietitian nutritionist is someone who has completed and maintains rigorous educational and training requirements.
At a minimum, a registered dietitian completes:
· A bachelor’s degree, including a Didactic Program in Dietetics
· 1200 hours of supervised practice
· A registration exam
· 75 hours of continuing education every 5 years
Lindsey McCoy, MS, RD CSSD, LD has also completed:
· A master’s degree in Food Science and Nutrition
· Over 2000 hours of specialty practice and another exam to become a Board-Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
· And maintains her State of Wyoming Dietetics License
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