Nutrium review for the NJAND by Jeanette Kimszal, RDN, NLC

Nutrium review for the NJAND by Jeanette Kimszal, RDN, NLC

A few months ago Jeanette Kimszal, RDN, NLC from New Jersey made a Nutrium review for the New Jersey Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Newsletter on her latest article.

We wanted to share with you what she experienced when exploring Nutrium as a solution for dietitians to streamline their work and to improve their connection with clients.

Here's what she wrote on her Nutrium review:

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Are you looking for a place to streamline all of your client's information? Look no further than Nutrium.

Nutrium is an online nutrition software created with the goal to simplify your daily tasks when dealing with clients. It allows you to register important information about your clients, creating meal plans as well as goals.

There is also a mobile feature making it easier to keep in touch with clients in between visits. Clients can send messages, view goals, log weights, and confirm appointments all through the app.

With Nutrium professionals can make a complete nutritional and dietary assessment of clientscreate meal plans and recipes and make a thorough nutrition analysis of either food diaries and meal plans. In addition to that, it is also possible to organize all your nutrition business agenda, by scheduling appointments and making sure that clients do not forget it.

Nutrium mobile app is a fantastic tool for client compliance and accountability as they can be connected with their professional at any time, to clear any doubts or to let them know how they are progressing.

The story behind every company is always important

The software was created by a developer who was seeing a nutritionist and felt there was not enough communication between visits. He lost motivation from the time when he left the office until his next appointment. He wanted to create something that would help motivate others to stay on top of their nutrition goals. From there Nutrium was born.

Why is Nutrium different

Unlike the telehealth software, Nutrium is strictly for patient management with a recording of personal data, goals, and meal planning and would be a good complement for those RD's who want to track a lot of data on their clients, such as anthropometric measurements, food habits, and medical history.

You can also put in any goals you want your client to achieve whether it is weight or food related. You can have your clients message you via the app for conversations with the click of a button.

Nutrium features evidence-based guidelines and has included more than 15 food composition databases, 30+ anthropometric and biochemistry parameters, 14+ body fat and BMR predictive calculations. Our goal is to provide a nutrition assistant that allows professionals to have all their clients' information in a web-based, secure platform.

Prices and plans adapted to all practitioners

Costs vary based on your practice size. For a smaller practice, you will be spending about $30 to $45 a month depending on the package you pick. If you have a large practice and want unlimited client access, the cost will be $80-$100 per month.

You can check more about Nutrium packages and prices here.

It is great to see this Nutrium review and that professionals are actively looking for new solutions for their private practices and nutrition businesses. The technology section of the New Jersey Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Newsletter is a great place for you to have access to all the news in technology related to Nutrium non-biased. Check here other Nutrium reviews by our clients.

Come and see for yourself what Nutrium can do for you. Register now and enjoy our 14-day-free trial. We will help you every step of the way.