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Does my insurance cover nutrition counseling?

More than 95% of our patients pay $0 out of pocket!

Enter your insurance details below to see if you're covered.

Fill out your Insurance Information

Any quotes on benefits from us and your insurance provider are not a guarantee of insurance payment— unpaid claims are the patient's responsibility. 

In rare cases, you might have a small copay or coinsurance, in which the patient will be responsible

for those fees. If your insurance denies payment or your claim goes to a deductible, we will

reach out to you personally to determine payment options and plan for if you wish

to continue for future sessions.



In-network insurances





We are in-network with most major insurance companies:

Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, **Humana, United Healthcare, *UMR, **Medicare,

Ambetter, Superior Healthplan, Bind Benefits, New Era Health, and more.


**Medicare only covers patients diagnosed with diabetes or chronic kidney disease. We work directly with your insurance company to verify your coverage. 

All Medicare and HMO plans require a referral AND authorization for visits with

our name, address, fax, and NPI number (found at the bottom of this page). 

*UMR Sometimes requires copay/coinsurance even if the insurance representative tells you/us otherwise.

We accept insurance in the following states as virtual patients:

Arizona, California, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia. 

*If your insurance is not in-network, we can provide you with a superbill

to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. 

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Preventative nutritional counseling is often covered 100% by your insurance.

Don't miss out on taking this opportunity that will help you feel better and add years to your life!


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