Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Book An Appointment?
Schedule a FREE 15 minute discover call to schedule an appointment and inquire about what service is best suited for you and your goals. For teams or groups you can contact us to discuss additional details and services requested.
What Types of Payment Do You Accept?
- Visa (credit and debit cards)
- MasterCard (credit and debit cards)
- American Express
- Discover (US merchants only)
- Apple Pay
Note: May be able to accept personal checks on a case by case basis.
Does Run Wild Nutrition accept insurance?
We are in the process! YAY! At this time we are currently able to accept Cigna with more providers on the way! If you would like to be put on the "waitlist" for future insurance coverage, please use the contact form and we will get you all set up!
What should I expect during the initial visit?
During your first consultation with Leah, you can expect to take a complete medical and social history, explore goals, previous diets and their outcomes, your relationship with food and family history. Leah will help you develop strategies to accomplish your goals and coach you along the way.
Where Do Appointments Take Place?
Our office is located at 1320 Simms Street, Suite 105, Golden, Colorado 80401.
What if i can't make my scheduled appointment?
You can reschedule your appointment at no cost. However, our office has established a cancellation policy such that clients must give notice more than 24 hours in advance of their appointment. If cancelling within 24 hours but before the appointment window, clients will be charged a fee of $50. No-shows will be charged the full out-of-pocket fee for their appointment.
What is a registered dietitian?
The Registered Dietitian (RD) credential is a legally protected title that can be used only by practitioners who are authorized by the Commission on Dietetic Registration from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Is there a difference between a Registered Dietitian and a Nutritionist?
Yep!!! While some RDs may call themselves “nutritionists,” please be aware that not all nutritionists are Registered Dietitians. The definition and requirements for the term “nutritionist” vary. Some states have licensure laws that define the range of practice for someone using the designation "nutritionist.“ In other states, such as Colorado, however, virtually anyone can call him or herself a “nutritionist,” regardless of education or training.
What are the qualifications of a Registered Dietitian?
- Earned a bachelor’s/master's degree with course work approved by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). Coursework typically includes food and nutrition sciences, foodservice systems management, business, economics, computer science, sociology, biochemistry, physiology, microbiology and chemistry.
- Completed 1200 hrs of an accredited, supervised practice program at a health-care facility, community agency or foodservice corporation.
- Passed a national examination administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
- Completes continuing professional educational requirements to maintain registration.