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Eating Disorder Treatment with Dietitian Nutritionists in Illinois

Branz Nutrition Counseling

Transform Your Mindset Around Food

Intuitive Eating is possible. We have a team of no-diet dietitians who support Health at Every Size®. We are registered dietitian nutritionists with diverse experiences and backgrounds, providing medical nutrition therapy to patients from all walks of life. 


Recover your relationship with food and your body. Feel empowered to make the best nutrition choices for your unique needs. Work with one of our certified nutritionists in Illinois. Start healing today.

Office Address (Illinois)

1161 Fortune Blvd Suite 200

Shiloh, IL 62269

If you need more information, have questions, or would like to offer a suggestion, please be in touch.


You can contact us via phone, email, or by scheduling your own appointment.

(314) 304-1848

How to Arrive at Our Illinois Location

We are off Frank Scott Parkway across the street from Counseling Associates and Goddard School. Upon pulling into the parking lot off Fortune Blvd, you will see the main doors with our window sign “Branz Nutrition Counseling.” Walk in, head straight to the back by the water fountain and we are the door to the right. We share office space with our friends at Balance Solutions Counseling.

Testimonials and Reviews

Reviews can help us better serve our patients, and they allow patients in need of medical nutrition therapy and eating disorder counseling to find us. Please take the time to review us here. Thank you!

Our Dietitians in Illinois for Eating Disorders and Medical Nutrition Therapy


Michelle Wilson

Registered Dietitian


Kelly Houston

Registered Dietitian

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We Accept Insurance

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What are your areas of service in this location?

Our patients come from all over, however the counties we typically serve for in person sessions are from Bond County, Clinton County, Fayette County, Madison County, Marion County, St. Clair County, Washington County.

What is the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian?

Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist but only those that have taken the undergraduate and masters classes are eligible to sit for the dietetic board exam. If passed, they are officially a dietitian.

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Should I see a dietitian or nutritionist?

We recommend seeing someone who has taken the rigorous undergraduate and master level class courses to be able to sit for the board exam. We recommended seeing a registered dietitian over a nutritionist. 

What types of services does an outpatient dietitian provide?

Outpatient dietitian provides personalized nutrition counseling, meal planning, dietary education and support for managing various health conditions to provide guidance to support overall wellness.

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