Nutrition State Law Disclosures

Nutrition Professional Licensing

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In addition to having credentials from an accredited institution, it is also important to understand the professional licensing requirements in your state that apply to your professional title and scope of practice.

Many states have enacted laws that regulate the practice of dietetics and nutrition services. For example, some states have restrictions for using the title “Nutritionist” or “Nutrition Counselor”, while other states do not. The use of “Registered Dietitian” or “Dietitian” are restricted to those individuals who met the credentialing requirements of the American Dietetic Association.

Some states are referred to as Health Freedom states. This means that the states have passed Safe Harbor exemption laws that protect consumer access to a wide range of integrative health practitioners. Even if a state is a Health Freedom state, there may still be a defined scope of practice and licensing requirements, so it is important to review the regulations carefully. Learn more online here.

The National Association of Nutrition Professionals Legislative Affairs Division publishes more information about practicing nutrition online here including advocacy resources.

All students are required to review and acknowledge the following information prior to enrollment.

Registered Dietitian Licensure

The use of the titles “Registered Dietitian” or “Dietitian” is restricted to individuals who meet the credentialing requirements of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Programs at American College of Healthcare Sciences do not meet requirements for the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential or use of the “Registered Dietitian” or “Dietitian” titles in any state. As an ACHS graduate, you may not claim to be a dietitian or use any abbreviations associated with dietitians, unless otherwise licensed to do so.

Nutritionist and Nutrition Professional Licensure

In addition to licensing for Dietitians, some states also have licensing requirements for Nutritionists. Following is a summary of these state laws and whether ACHS programs meet the licensing requirements.

Does Not Meet

Note the state law includes the following: “Nothing in this chapter is intended to prohibit any person who does not hold himself or herself out to be a dietitian or nutritionist from furnishing general nutritional information on food, food materials, or dietary supplements or from engaging in the explanation to customers about foods or food products in connection with marketing and distribution of those products, nor to prohibit any person licensed under this chapter from engaging in the marketing and distribution of food or food products.” Learn more from the NANP online here.

Alabama Board of Examiners for Dietetic/Nutrition Practice
400 South Union Street, Suite 445
Montgomery, AL 36104
334.242.4505
www.boed.alabama.gov

Does Not Meet

Holistic nutrition professionals may work with individuals and groups of people providing nutrition advice and recommendations on food and supplements within the scope of practice. Only those seeking to use the titles “dietitian,” “licensed dietitian,” “nutritionist,” “licensed nutritionist,” or the occupational titles “dietitian” or “nutritionist” are required to be licensed in the state of Alaska. Learn more from the NANP online here.

State of Alaska
Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Division of Occupational Licensing
Post Office Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811-0806
907.465.2550
https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/

Does Not Meet

DHSS
PO Box 997534
Pago Pago,
Eastern District, AS 96799
684.633.1571
https://new.asbar.org/regulation/31-0421-license-required/

Not applicable – Arizona has no licensure law or other restrictions relating to working as a nutritionist within the state.

Arizona is a Health Freedom state. Read the regulation carefully. Learn more from the NANP online here.

 

Does Not Meet

Holistic nutrition professionals may work with individuals or groups of people providing nutrition services, and advise customers in the use of food, food supplements, and vitamins. The law does not apply to “any health care professional or nutritionist from engaging in dietetics practice without a license under this Act, providing that said persons do not hold themselves out under the titles Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian, or Provisional Licensed Dietitian. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Arkansas Dietetics Licensing Board
Post Office Box 1016
North Little Rock, AR 72115
501.580.9294
https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/

Not applicable – California has no licensure law for working as a nutritionist within the state.

California is a Health Freedom state. California does not require licensure to provide non-medical, nutritional services within the state. Holistic nutrition professionals may work within their scope of practice. Note there are notice requirements for holistic nutrition professionals. View more information and sample disclosures online here.

Board’s duties are outsourced to www.eatright.org of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Not applicable – Colorado has no licensure law for working as a nutritionist within the state.

Colorado is a Health Freedom state. Colorado has no licensure law or other restrictions relating to working as a nutritionist within the state. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Colorado Academic of Nutrition and Dietetics
700 N Colorado Blvd, #637
Denver, CO 80206
303-757-2060
http://www.eatrightcolorado.org/for-public/

Does Not Meet

A person may work with individuals and groups of people and engage in the explanation of food, food products, dietary supplements, and explain their benefits. You may also disseminate nutrition information or literature related to those products, and may provide weight control services to clients or groups of people. The titles, “Connecticut Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist,” “Connecticut Certified Dietitian,” “Connecticut Certified Nutritionist,” or the letters “C.D.-N.,” “C.D.,” “C.N.” or any other letters, words, or insignia indicating or implying that he is a certified dietitian-nutritionist in Connecticut. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Connecticut Department of Public Health, Dietitian-Nutritionist Certification
410 Capitol Avenue, MS #12 APP
Post Office Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134
860.509.8000
www.ct.gov/dph

Does Not Meet

The state law for nutritionists does not apply to other licensed professionals; those conducting lifestyle coaching; those providing therapeutic nutrition care as part of a religious or spiritual practice; or those making lifestyle recommendations. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Division of Professional Regulation
Delaware Board of Dietetics/Nutrition
861 Silver Lake Blvd, Suite 203
Dover, DE 19904
302.744.4500
www.dpr.delaware.gov/boards/dietitians

Does Not Meet – While ACHS nutrition degrees meet the education requirement, the State also requires completion of ADA/CDR Exam or CNS Certification which graduates are not eligible for at this time.

Due to restrictions in the state, it is recommended that a holistic nutrition professional work under the supervision of a licensed dietitian or nutritionist, or other health professionals who are licensed within their profession. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Dietetics and Nutrition Licensing Board
The Department of Health
899 North Capitol Street, NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
877.672.2174
202.442.5955
http://doh.dc.gov/node/146182

Not applicable – Florida does not license Nutritionists. Florida licenses Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionists (LDNs) and no longer issues licenses new licenses for licensed nutrition counselors.

Regulations adopted in July 2020, provide an exemption that allows holistic nutrition professionals to work with individuals or groups of people for remuneration in the state of Florida, provided they are not under the care of physician. Holistic nutrition professionals are urged to take a complete client intake to determine eligibility. Learn more from NANP online here.

Florida Dietetic & Nutrition Practice Council
4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN-CO5
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3255
850.245.4373 ext. 3475
http://www.floridahealth.gov/

Does Not Meet

There are several exemptions that will allow holistic nutrition professionals to provide general nutrition information to individuals and groups in the state of Georgia. Learn more from NANP online here.

Board of Examiners of Licensed Dietitians
237 Coliseum Drive
Macon, GA 31217-3858
844.753.7825
http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/licensing/plb/19

Meets

The ACHS Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition degree along with 900 hours of documented work experience in human nutrition or human nutrition research would allow you to obtain licensure as a nutritionist in Guam. Please note that ACHS does not offer internships or clinical hours. Guam regulations also include a few exemptions where one could engage in nutrition-related services without a license. Contact Guam’s licensing office to determine any practice restrictions.

Health Professional Licensing Office
123 Chalan Kareta
Mangilao, Guam 96913
671.735.7404

Not applicable – Hawaii does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Hawaii Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
P.O. Box 22298
Honolulu, HI 96823
808.692.7400
http://eatrighthawaii.org/for-members/licensure

Not applicable – Idaho does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Idaho is a Health Freedom state. Section 54-3512 of the Idaho law contains exemptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to work with individuals or groups of people. You must work within your scope of practice, and may not use the title dietitian as mentioned above. The law states that it is not prohibited to use the term “nutrition” or “diet” as a descriptive term connected with a person’s occupation or employment. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Idaho Board of Medicine
345 W. Bobwhite Ct., Suite 150
Boise, ID 83706
208.327.7000
https://bom.idaho.gov/BOMPortal/BoardPage.aspx?Board=DIE

Does Not Meet

Section 225 ILCS 30/20 of the state law provides current exemptions for holistic nutrition professionals. Learn more from NANP online here.

Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
320 West Washington, 3rd Floor
Springfield, IL 62786
888.473.4858
http://www.idfpr.com/profs/DietNutrition.asp

Not applicable – Indiana does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Holistic nutrition professionals may work within their scope of practice with individuals or groups but must not “profess to be a licensed dietitian,” or “imply by words or letters such as “LD” that you are a licensed dietitian.” Learn more from the NANP online here.

Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
402 W. Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317.234.2060
www.in.gov/pla/diet.htm

Not applicable – Iowa does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Learn more from the NANP online here.

Iowa Board of Dietetics
Bureau of Professional Licensure
Lucas State Office Building
321 East 12th Street, 5th Floor
Des Moines, IA 50319-0075
515.281.7689
https://idph.iowa.gov/Licensure/Iowa-Board-of-Dietetics

Not applicable – Kansas does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Under the state law, graduates cannot advertise or be perceived as “assessing the nutritional needs of individuals and groups.” Learn more from NANP online here.

Health Occupations Credentialing
503 S Kansas Avenue
Topeka, KS 66603-3404
785.296.4986
https://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/scc/health-occupations-credentialing

Does Not Meet

Learn more from NANP online here.

Kentucky Board of Licensure and Certification for Dietitians and Nutritionists 500 Mero St., 2 SC 32
Frankfort, KY 40601
502.892.4254
https://bdn.ky.gov/

Does Not Meet

Louisiana is a Health Freedom state. The law specifies a relatively broad exception allowing one to engage in certain nutrition-related services without certification. Disclosure requirements may apply. Learn more from NANP online here.

Louisiana State Board of Examiners in Dietetics and Nutrition
Martina Musmeci, Board Chairperson 37283 Swamp Rd., Suite 3B
Prairieville, LA 70769
225.313.6590
www.lbedn.org

Not applicable – Maine does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Maine is a Health Freedom state. The state has a broad scope of practice that includes disclosure requirements. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Board of Licensing of Dietetic Practice
Division of Licensing and Registration
#35 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0035
207.624.8626
http://www.maine.gov/pfr/professionallicensing/professions/dietitians/index.html

Meets (Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition)

State Board of Dietetic Practice
Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
4201 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215-2299
410.767.6500
http://dhmh.maryland.gov/dietetic/Pages/Index.aspx

Meets (Bachelor of Science in Holistic Nutrition, Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition)

Massachusetts Board of Dietitians and Nutritionists
Division of Professional Licensure
1000 Washington Street, Suite 710
Boston, MA 02118-6100
617.727.9940
http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/licensee/dpl-boards/nu/

Not applicable – Michigan has no licensure law or other restrictions relating to working as a nutritionist within the state.

 

Does Not Meet

Minnesota is a Health Freedom state. Those practicing under Complementary and Alternative Health Care Practices must review and abide by the 146A.11 Complementary and Alternative Health Care Client Bill of Rights (146A.11). View the exemption language pertaining to holistic nutrition professionals and learn more from the NANP online here.

Minnesota Board of Dietetics and Nutrition Practice
2829 University Avenue SE, Suite 402
Minneapolis, MN 55414
651.201.2764
http://mn.gov/boards/dietetics-and-nutrition/

Does Not Meet

There is an exemption that allows holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of Mississippi. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Mississippi State Department of Health
Professional Licensure
Post Office Box 1700
143B Lefleur’s Square
Jackson, MS 39215-1700
601.364.7360
http://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/30,0,82.html

Not applicable – Missouri does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

There are exemptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of Missouri. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Missouri State Committee of Dietitians
Eric Cartwright, Public Member
3605 Missouri Boulevard
Jefferson City, MO 65102-1335
573.522.3438
www.pr.mo.gov/dietitians.asp

Does Not Meet

There are exemptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of Missouri. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Montana Board of Medical Examiners
Ana Diaz, Ph.D., President
301 S. Park Avenue, 4th Floor
Helena, MT 59620-0513
406.444.6880
http://www.mtrules.org/gateway/Subchapterhome.asp?scn=24.156.13

Does Not Meet – Note: Nebraska does NOT license dieticians or nutritionists. Nebraska does require licensure for Medical Nutrition Therapists, and these services must be performed under the consultation of a physician licensed in Nebraska.

A license is NOT required to provide general nutrition services. General nutrition services include: identifying the nutritional needs of individuals and groups in relation to normal nutritional requirements and planning, implementing and evaluating nutrition education programs for individuals and groups in the selection of food to meet normal nutritional needs throughout the life cycle.

Board of Medical Nutrition Therapy
301 Centennial Mall South
14th and M Streets
Post Office Box 94986
Lincoln, NE 68509-4986
402.471.2117
http://www.sos.ne.gov/rules-and-regs/regsearch/Rules/Health_and_Human_Services_System/Title-172/Chapter-061.pdf

Not applicable – Nevada does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Nevada is a Health Freedom state. There are exemptions to the law that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in Nevada. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Dietitian Licensing Unit
Michele Cowee, RDN, LD, CDE, Chair
727 Fairview Drive, Suite E
Carson City, NV 89701
775.684.1030
http://dpbh.nv.gov/Reg/Dietitian/Dietitian_-_Home/

Not applicable – Nevada does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

There is strong exemption language that allows holistic nutrition professionals to practice and provide nutrition care to individuals and groups. Learn more from the NANP online here.

New Hampshire Board of Licensed Dietitians
Office of Professional Licensure and Certification Directors
7 Eagle Square
Concord, NH 03301
603.271.2152
https://www.oplc.nh.gov/contact-us/index.html

Not applicable – New Jersey does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Holistic nutrition professionals may continue to work within their scope of practice providing nutrition information to individuals and groups of people in the state. The titles Registered Dietitian, Licensed Nutritionist, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (you may use the initials “NTP”), Nutritional Therapy Consultant, Certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner, and Master Nutrition Therapist are prohibited unless licensed. Learn more from the NANP online here.

New Jersey State Board of Dietetics and Nutrition
P.O Box 478
Middletown, NJ 07748
609.585.5458
http://www.eatrightnj.org/

Does Not Meet

New Mexico is a Health Freedom state. The state’s Unlicensed Health Care Practice Act provides exemptions for Alternative and Complementary Health Care Practitioners, including those providing nutrition care. Anyone can furnish nutritional information on food or vitamins, but only licensed individuals may call themselves nutritionists or dietitians.

Nutrition & Dietetic Practice Board
Post Office Box 25101
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505.476.4622
www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Nutrition_and_Dietetics.aspx

Does Not Meet

Any use of the titles “Certified Dietitian,” “Certified Nutritionist” or “Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist” within New York State requires certification. There are no further restrictions for holistic nutrition professionals to practice nutrition care in the state of New York. Learn more from the NANP online here.

State Board for Dietetics and Nutrition
Education Building West Wing 2nd Floor
89 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12234
518.486.4846
http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/diet/

Does Not Meet

There are exemptions to the law that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in North Carolina. Learn more from the NANP online here.

North Carolina Board of Dietetics and Nutrition
1135 Kildaire Farm Road, Suite 200
Cary, NC 27511
919.388.1931
www.ncbdn.org

Does Not Meet

There are exemptions to the law that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in North Dakota. Learn more from the NANP online here.

North Dakota Board of Dietetic Practice
2304 Jackson Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
701.838.0218
execsec@ndbodp.com
www.ndbodp.com

Not applicable – The Northern Miriana Islands have no licensure law or other restrictions relating to working as a nutritionist within the
territory.

Not applicable – Ohio does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

There are limited exemptions to the law that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in Ohio. Learn more from the NANP online here.

State Medical Board of Ohio, Dietetics and Nutrition
Michael Schottenstein, MD
30 East Broad Street, 3rd Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
615.466.3934
https://www.med.ohio.gov/Resources/Dietetics-Nutrition

Not applicable – Oklahoma does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Oklahoma is a Health Freedom state. There are penalties for using the protected titles in Oklahoma, however, no other restrictions prevent holistic nutrition professionals from working within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision
Post Office Box 18256
101 NE 51st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73154-0256
405.962.1400
www.okmedicalboard.org/dietitians

Not applicable – Oregon does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

Oregon law does not limit the practice of nutrition. A person who is not licensed may not refer to themselves nor imply they are a “licensed dietitian” or use the words or letters “L.D.”

Oregon Board of Licensed Dietitians
Yulia Brockdorf, RD, LD, CDE, CST, NCC, LPC, BC-ADM, Chair
1430 Tandem Ave. NE, Suite 180
Salem, OR 97301
503.378.8667
https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HLO/Pages/Board-Licensed-Dietitians.aspx

Does Not Meet

There is no licensure requirement for providing nutrition care. Pennsylvania licenses dietitians and nutritionists as licensed dietitian-nutritionists. Only licensed individuals may use the titles “licensed dietitian-nutritionist” or “LDN.”

Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing*
Post Office Box 2649
Harrisburg, PA 17105
717.783.7142
https://www.dos.pa.gov/ProfessionalLicensing/BoardsCommissions/Nursing/Pages/default.aspx
*Dietetics practice regulated by State Board of Nursing

Does Not Meet

Department of Health
Board of Examiners for Nutritionists and Dietitians
Call Box 10200
Santurce, PR 00908
787.725.7904

Does Not Meet

Rhode Island is a Health Freedom state. Holistic nutrition professionals may work under the unlicensed health care practice law. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Rhode Island State Board of Dietetics Practice
3 Capitol Hill
Providence, RI 02908
401.222.5960
http://health.ri.gov/licenses/detail.php?id=222

Does Not Meet

Holistic nutrition professionals may work according to their scope of practice in South Carolina. The titles of “dietitian,” “licensed dietitian,” alone or in combination, or used with the letters “LD” or combination in any words, letters, abbreviations, or insignia unless licensed. Learn more from the NANP online here.

South Carolina Panel for Dietetics
Edna Cox Rice, Chairman
110 Centerview Drive
Columbia, SC 29210
803.896.4651
https://llr.sc.gov/diet/

Does Not Meet

There are limited exceptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of South Dakota. Learn more from the NANP online here.

South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners
101 N Main Avenue, Suite 301
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
605.367.7781
http://www.sdbmoe.gov/content/licensed-nutritionistdietitian-ln

Does Not Meet

The state law prevents holistic nutrition professionals from assessing the nutritional needs of individuals or groups of people. There are limited exemptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of Tennessee. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Board of Dietitian/Nutritionist Examiners
Jamie L. Bailey, Chair
665 Mainstream Drive, 2nd Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
615.741.3807
https://www.tn.gov/health/health-program-areas/health-professional-boards/dn-board.html

Not applicable – Texas does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

The state law does not prevent holistic nutrition professionals from practicing within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Texas State Board of Examiners of Dietitians
Texas Dept. of State Health Services
Mail Code 1982
Post Office Box 149347
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78714
512.834.6601
www.dshs.state.tx.us/dietitian

Does Not Meet

The state law does not prevent holistic nutrition professionals from practicing within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Not applicable – Vermont does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

The state law does not prevent holistic nutrition professionals from practicing within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Office of Professional Regulation
89 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-3402
802.828.1501

Does Not Meet

The state law does not prevent holistic nutrition professionals from practicing within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Virginia Dept. of Health Professions
Elizabeth A. Carter, Executive Director
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300
Henrico, VA 23233-1463
804.597.4216
https://www.dhp.virginia.gov/bhp/bhp_faq.htm

Meets (Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition)

Washington Health Systems Quality Assurance
Post Office Box 47877
Olympia, WA 98504-7877
360.236.4700
http://www.doh.wa.gov/LicensesPermitsandCertificates/ProfessionsNewReneworUpdate/DietitianandNutritionist

Not applicable – West Virginia does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

The state law does not provide specific guidance for holistic nutrition professionals; graduates should proceed with caution and contact the Board for further information about their planned scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

West Virginia Board of Licensed of Dietitians
723 Kanawha Blvd East
Room 105 – Union Building
Charleston, WV 25301
304.558.1024 or 800.293.9832
www.wvbold.com

Not applicable – Vermont does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

The state law does not prevent holistic nutrition professionals from practicing within their scope of practice. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Wisconsin Dietitians Affiliated Credentialing Board
Tara L. LaRowe, Chairperson
Post Office Box 8366
Madison, WI 53708
608.266.2112
https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/BoardsCouncils/MEB/Dietitians/Default.aspx

Not applicable – Wyoming does not license Nutritionists separately from Dietitians.

There are exemptions that allow holistic nutrition professionals to practice in the state of Wyoming. Learn more from the NANP online here.

Brenda Cowley
Dietetics Licensing Board
2001 Capitol Avenue
Emerson Building, Room 104
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone: 307.777.7387
http://plboards.state.wy.us/dietetics/index.asp

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Depending on your ACHS program, you may qualify for the following credentials offered by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP):

  • Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition® Exam
  • Certified Nutrition Professional
  • Certified Dietary Supplement Professional™

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