Process & Fees
This page contains comprehensive information about the procedure and charges associated with scheduling an appointment with one of our plant-based dietitians.
First Session: The Initial Assessment
In this meeting, your dietitian evaluates your goals, food preferences, lifestyle, medical history, and more.
Choose between two assessments: with or without a meal/menu plan. If unsure, start with the initial assessment; there's no price difference, and meal plan questions can be discussed in later sessions.
1 hour - 150$
During the assessment, your dietitian will evaluate your needs and offer personalized recommendations. It's important to note that meal planning will not be included in this session. If you're interested in a detailed plan or more in-depth guidance, you can schedule a follow-up session with the dietitian.
The nutritionist will need 10 minutes alone at the end of the session to complete notes and any other materials/plans for you. You will be with your nutritionist for a total of 50 minutes.
Initial Assessment +
2 hours - 300$
He will need 20 minutes alone at the end to complete his notes and any other materials/plans for you. You will be with your nutritionist for a total of 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Follow-ups are essential for adapting your diet, preventing deficiencies, and addressing your mindset around food. Discuss your progress with the dietitian and receive additional teaching material as needed during these sessions.
Customized packages, featuring discounts tailored to your specific needs, are available. During your initial session, you and your dietitian can collaboratively decide on the package that best suits your preferences and requirements.
How to Start Your Journey:
Schedule a 5-20 min free discovery call with your future plant-based dietitian. They’ll address your queries and kickstart your journey.
Click on the link below to schedule a discovery call.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many total sessions do I need?
A minimum of 2 sessions is required for the initial assessment and recommendations. Typically, our clients opt for at least 12 sessions, but the exact number will be influenced by factors such as your goals, current knowledge, desired accountability/support, and budget.
After the initial assessment, our dietitian will recommend the number of sessions that would be most beneficial for you. It's important to emphasize that we will never impose any undue pressure, and we are dedicated to accommodating all budgets.
How often should I see my vegan/vegetarian dietitian?
Initially, we typically see our clients weekly to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and identify effective strategies that yield expected results. Once a successful strategy is established, we transition to bi-weekly meetings to fine-tune the plan and introduce new knowledge.
As clients apply the concepts, achieve desired results, and require less support or motivation, we may extend sessions to every 3 weeks to a month. Alternatively, clients have the flexibility to reschedule sessions based on their needs.
What does the meal plan entail?
Do you provide insurance receipts?
We provide insurance receipts for our nutritionist and dietitian services to clients in Canada. After each session, you'll receive a comprehensive insurance receipt, including our license to practice.
In the United States, the availability of insurance receipts depends on your state and our practitioners' licensing. For more information, please contact us directly or visit the location section in the "About" page of our website.
While we don't offer direct billing services currently, we appreciate your understanding in submitting your insurance receipt to your insurer. Thank you.
Do you do direct billing?
What details should I verify with my insurance prior to the meetings?
Before your meetings, please verify the following three details with your insurance company, insurance booklet, or human resources department:
- Check whether you are allowed to select any dietitian/nutritionist or if you are required to choose a specific professional from your provider network.
- Determine the total annual amount available to you and identify your year-end date.
- Inquire about any maximum daily allowance, such as $150. If applicable, we recommend scheduling your nutrition assessment and meal plan over two days to minimize out-of-pocket expenses.