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

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&#39;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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