Insurance  I provide self-pay medical nutrition therapy services with payment due at time of service. I also am in network with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna. I will work with you on complimentary insurance benefits checking. With your assistance, I will contact your insurance company to determine your coverage for nutrition counseling. I will work with you to determine your best financial options for coverage either in or out of network. Many clients have been able to access out-of-network benefits to cover their nutrition treatment. 
Marcia Dadds, MS, RDN
Providing Adult Medical Nutrition Therapy * Eating Disorders * Diabetes * Cardiac issues * Irritable Bowel Syndrome * Polycystic ovarian syndrome  * Gastrointestinal disorders * Celiac Disease and more… 
Marcia Dadds, MS, RDN has been successfully educating and coaching groups and individuals to meet their nutrition and fitness goals for the past 20+ years.  

She holds an M.S. in Nutrition Education from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York and professional fitness certifications from Marymount Manhattan College.
She also provides clinical medical nutrition services at Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center. She has provided nutrition counseling at the College of William and Mary Student Health Service and in private practice both in New York and Virginia. Previously she was a Nutrition Therapist at the Renfrew Center of New York and at Columbia University Medical School. She was also a Nutritionist with Cumberland Hospital specializing in eating disorders.

​Additionally, she has been a Nutrition Adjunct Faculty member at South University in Richmond.

Nutrition Support Groups I am available to facilitate your eating issues support group at a location of your own convenience. Please call me with your needs and to check fees and availability. 

Nutrition Presentations Looking for a speaker or presenter for your nutrition-focused event or workshop? I'd love to help!
Potential Topics include:
* Nutrition Basics * Meals for Busy Professionals * Eating for Energy and/or Sports Performance * Quick and Easy Snacks * Stress-Busting Foods * Nutrition Hot Topics * Small Changes for Great Success * HALT: Solutions for Emotional Eating * General Nutrition Q&A * Other topics are possible based on individual group needs