Building a relationship with a registered dietitian can benefit your club even if you do not bring the dietitian on staff Photo by Thinkstock

Building a relationship with a registered dietitian can benefit your club, even if you do not bring the dietitian on staff. Photo by Thinkstock.

The Financial Case for Embracing Registered Dietitians in the Fitness Industry

Whether they are hired full-time or part-time, or just consulted as needed, registered dietitians can help provide your club's members with the information they need to meet their nutrition and wellness goals, which translates to better retention and greater revenue.

Maybe your club has a diabetic member who is trying to lose weight, or a high school athlete who needs to build muscle for her next game. Regardless of their individual goals, nutrition will play a big part in whether they get results.

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