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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you see clients in-person?

At this time, Amber is only seeing clients virtually. 

How do virtual consultations work?

Virtual consultations are held via Zoom and last 30-45 minutes. We will meet weekly or bi-weeky, depending on your service of choice. Between these sessions, you will have access to message Amber for coaching and support as issues arise. 

What type of services do you offer?

  • Three-month small group nutrition program (The Cultural Fix Foundations)

  • Three-month one-on-one service

  • One-month one-on-one service

  • One-time, one-on-one service

  • Corporate/wellness presentations 

Services may be offered at different times of the year. Please contact me directly for corporate/wellness services, recipe development and freelance writing. 

Do you offer meal plans?

Yes, I offer 7-day, 14-day and 28-day meal plans that you can add-on to a service. Some services may offer a meal plan as a package and is included in the final cost. Meal plans are customized to your medical/health needs, goals, and cultural preferences, and are designed to encourage flexibility. 

Do you take insurance?

No, I am out of network with all insurance companies.

What type of payments do you accept?

You can make payments through bank transfers to the First Citizens Bank account, PayPal, or via a secure payment link using your credit/debit card

Do you offer payment plans?

Yes, services can be paid in full, or with an installment plan

What's the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian?

Although the terms “dietitian” and “nutritionist” are used interchangeably, they don't mean the same thing. All dietitians are nutritionists, but not all nutritionists are dietitians. Dietitians are food and nutrition experts who have undergone extensive educational training and passed a board exam that qualifies them to provide individualized nutrition care. A "registered nutritionist" (in Trinidad and Tobago) is someone who has completed a masters degree in nutrition or public health. However, the term “nutritionist” may refer to anyone who gives nutrition advice, whether or not they have formal education. Hence, a nutritionist is not regulated by the Board of Nutritionists and Dietitians. 

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