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"My dietitian helped me understand my triggers for overeating. I'm much more in tune with my hunger now and can stop eating once full. I'm an athlete and it's been amazing for my performance."

Sandra, New York

"I used to count calories. I always felt tired and unhealthy and would eventually gain back any weight I lost. Since starting with Nourish, I've been able to actually make progress in getting healthy. I'm so much happier in my body now, and I can actually enjoy the food I like without feeling guilty after."

Landry, Pennsylvania

"I've been dieting on and off for the last twenty years. Working with my Nourish dietitian has allowed me to escape the yo-yo diet cycle and actually build habits I can stick with. I never thought I could actually be this happy."

Sophie, Texas

"The best I've ever felt and I'm no longer worrying about what to eat. Working with my dietitian has helped me listen to my body and enjoy eating snacks again."

Vanessa, Texas

"It has been life changing."

Victoria, California

Frequently asked questions

What is Nourish?

At Nourish, we help people like you find affordable nutrition care that works with their insurance plan. Most of our patients pay $0 out-of-pocket and are fully covered. Please call us at 512-693-7045 to book an appointment and get started on your health goals today.

What is a registered dietitian? Why should I see a dietitian?

Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) are health professionals specializing in food and nutrition. Dietitians provide a behavioral health approach to nutritional care to help you reach your long-term health goals. To learn more about our approach to care, click here


Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is a nationally recognized credential. At Nourish, all our dietitians are RDNs, which means that they have completed a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Nutrition, passed a national exam, and complete a number of ongoing continuing education credits annually.

Are dietitians the same thing as nutritionists?

No, they are not the same. The title "nutritionist" is not a protected title, which means that anyone, including yourself, can call themselves a nutritionist. At Nourish, all our providers are Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) which is a legally protected title. Registered Dietitian Nutritionists must complete a Bachelor or Master's degree in Nutrition, pass a national exam, and complete a number of ongoing continuing education credits annually.

With Nourish, you can be sure that you are speaking with licensed health professionals that have been trained in nutrition and dietary intervention. To learn more about our approach to care, please click here.

Which insurance companies does Nourish work with?

We currently work with Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare, Aetna, and Humana. We do not accept Medicaid at this time. Please reach out if you'd like us to add coverage for another network!

Will my insurance cover my sessions? How much does an appointment cost?

Depending on your insurance, your visit may be fully covered by your insurance company — 94% of Nourish patients pay nothing at all! Use our insurance coverage calculator to verify your coverage and learn more about how we work with your insurance company.

We also offer private pay services if your insurance does not cover sessions for $145 per session. We don’t offer a traditional “sliding scale” but we do keep a couple of spots available for those who need help financially. Fill out our form or contact us today at support@usenourish.com if you have any other questions.

How many appointments will I need?

We have a very individualized approach depending upon your current diet, your goals and the number and severity of the health issues you face. Ideally, we like to work with you weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly, depending upon your needs. This approach provides an opportunity to work with you during various eating situations throughout all the seasons of the year (holidays, vacations, barbecues, etc.). Some clients need more intensive follow-up than others — it varies from client to client, but we will always work with you for to achieve your best outcome.

Do providers at Nourish work with children?

Yes, at Nourish we have many dietitians who specialize in working with children. We have experience in dealing with nutrition issues related to children, including overweight/underweight, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, food allergies, and eating disorders. We are unable to offer online scheduling at the moment for minors, so the best way to book an appointment would be to call us at 512-693-7045.

Do you speak Spanish?

Yes, we have several team members who speak Spanish! They can help you make your appointment. Please let the receptionist know that you would like a Spanish-speaking dietitian when you set up your first appointment by calling 512-693-7045. Sí, tenemos un dietista en nuestro personal que habla español. Por favor, indica a la recepcionista que le gustaría hablar con una dietista que habla española cuando haces su primera cita.

Which states can you see patients in?

We are consistently adding more states to our coverage area. Currently, we can only see patients who reside in the following states: 

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

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Over 100 million Americans face chronic conditions related to what they eat, but less than 1% get the nutritional counseling they need. Nourish is solving this by making nutritional therapy available to all Americans.

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