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My Background as a Registered, Licensed Dietitian and Nutritionist (RD/N, LD)

Hilary Warner is a registered, licensed dietition and nutritionist with advanced credentials

When you meet with a Registered, Licensed Dietitian and Nutritionist (RD/N, LD), you know you are meeting with a nutrition expert. An RD/N, LD is a professional who has studied diet and nutrition at an approved college or university, completed a supervised 6-12 month practice program, passed an exam, and obtains required continuing education to maintain their RD/N, LD status.

Two reasons to look into your nutrition professional’s credentials:

  • Dietitians/nutritionists specialize in many different areas so it is important to select one who is experienced in the area for which you are seeking guidance
  • In New Hampshire, anyone can call themselves a “nutritionist”

A little about my educational background:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Food and Nutrition from the University of Vermont
  • A 9-month dietetic internship at the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center
  • Master’s Degree in Public Health, with an emphasis in nutrition, from the University of California, Los Angeles

Additional credentials:

  • Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (2015)
  • Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor (2012)
  • Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine (June 2011). Allows me to provide exercise guidance to both healthy people and those with medical conditions.
  • Certified Health and Wellness Coach (2009)
  • CDR certificate of training in Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management (2006)

Recent continuing education:

  • New Hampshire Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Spring Meeting (May 2018)
  • International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Symposium in Orlando, FL (March 2018)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Bootcamp in Nashua, NH (November 2017)
  • Body Image and Self Esteem Conference in Toronto, Ontario (May 2017)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Overview and Practice in Manchester, NH (May 2017)
  • Internal Family Systems for Dietitians: Expanding the Toolkit of Behavioral Change in Watertown, MA (April 2017)
  • Academy of Nutrition and Diabetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Boston, MA (October 2016)
  • Eating Recovery Center Foundation Conference in Denver, CO (August 2016)
  • American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting in Boston, MA (included the World Congress on the Basic Science of Energy Balance) (June 2016)
  • Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy (completed Track 1 in fall 2015, Track 2 in winter 2016, & Therapeutic Elimination Diets Track in spring 2016)
  • Binge and Emotional Eating Intensive at Green Mountain at Fox Run (December 2015)
  • International Conference on Eating Disorders in Boston, MA (April 2015)
  • Food & Culinary Professionals: Aligning Today’s Dietary Guidelines with Traditional Culinary Practices in Napa, CA (March 2015)
  • Harvard Medical School’s Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare Conference (September 2014)
  • New England Celiac Conference in Norwood, MA (April 2014)
  • International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals in Tampa, FL (February 2014)
  • Functional Strength Training for the Aging Spine, NH (December 2013)
  • American College of Sports Medicine (New England Chapter) Fall Conference in Providence, RI (November 2013)
  • Multi Service Eating Disorders Conference in Needham, MA (April 2013)
  • Binge Eating Disorder Association Conference in Bethesda, MD (March 2013)
  • Food As Medicine in Bethesda, MD (June 2012) and Baltimore (June 2008)
  • FODMAPS in Portsmouth (May 2012)
  • Body Image training with PSU (April 2012)
  • International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals in Charleston, SC (March 2012)

The lifetime accomplishment of which I am most proud is overcoming my own eating disorder. For me this means finally being able to say that I am a “normal” eater and every day being able to experience the incredible freedom that comes with that.