Ohio

Ohio is an Exclusive Scope of Practice State. Ohio law requires a license to provide nutrition care, and only dietitians may obtain a license. The law is very restrictive, and holistic nutrition professionals may not assess an individual’s or groups’...

North Dakota

North Dakota is an Exclusive Scope of Practice State. The law requires a license to provide nutrition care, and only dietitians may obtain a license. This law prevents holistic nutrition professionals from assessing the nutritional needs of individuals or groups. You...

Nebraska

Nebraska is an Exclusive Scope of Practice State. The law requires a license to provide nutrition care, and the law states, “No person shall practice medical nutrition therapy unless he or she is licensed for such purpose pursuant to the Uniform Credentialing Act.”...

Montana

Montana is an Exclusive Scope of Practice State. The law requires a license to provide nutrition services, and only dietitians/nutritionists may obtain a license. Dietitians in Montana refer to themselves as “Nutritionists,” and the law states that “A person may not...

Missouri

On June 22, 2021, Governor Parson signed HB476 amending the Dietitian Practice Act; Missouri is now a Title Protection State. Holistic Nutrition Professionals may now work with clients to provide individualized advice, counseling, and evaluations concerning food,...