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MyDietitian.com Helps You Give the Gift of Health This Holiday Season with Daily Personalized Dietary Feedback
- Registered dietitians partner with clients online to offer encouragement and advice on everyday eating decisions -

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- My Dietitian, LLC (mydietitian.com), based in Scottsdale, Ariz. announces the "Give the Gift of Health" campaign this holiday season.  My Dietitian has aggressively discounted their monthly services that provide one-on-one daily counseling by a professional Registered Dietitian.  The "Give the Gift of Health" campaign can be purchased in one or two month packages that can be activated anytime after January 1st for daily dietary and nutrition counseling by a professional.

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"Instead of an ordinary gift this holiday season, provide the one you care about an opportunity to meet their own dietary objectives," said Ray Lyons, CEO of My Dietitian.  The "Give the Gift of Health" campaign provides an ongoing, professional relationship to those you care about so they can meet their personal dietary goals and actually better their lives."

To "Give the Gift of Health" this holiday season go to the "GIFT CARD" tab on www.mydietitian.com homepage.  Gift card's can be downloaded or mailed out to the recipient.  The "holiday gift campaign" is only available through the month of December so act quickly.

My Dietitian, LLC (www.mydietitian.com) was founded by Dr. Michael Tingey and business partner, Ray Lyons.  My Dietitian's evolution is from Tingey's 15 years of experience in internal medicine and passion for creating better personal health through proper nutrition and Lyons' 15 years experience in Internet and digital media companies, mobile applications and online services. 

Rick Hall, MS, RD, and Senior Lecturer of Nutrition at Arizona State University, later joined My Dietitian as Vice President of Operations.  "We've always known that people who receive regular feedback from a Registered Dietitian improve their diets," said Hall. "What's exciting about My Dietitian is that it has the ability to privately and conveniently connect dietitians with the users; I'm beyond thrilled to be a part of this opportunity."

My Dietitian enables clients to easily and instantly track food consumption and fitness behaviors for daily analysis by a Registered Dietitian. The My Dietitian app utilizes the camera on the user's device to record entries and create a food diary, which is uploaded instantly via the MyDietitian.com app. Each user is assigned their personal Registered Dietitian who will review the user's diet timeline seven days a week and educate him or her on the nutritional aspects of the foods consumed and provide recommendations to help the user reach their dietary goals.

"We've created the ability for users to have a Registered Dietitian in their pocket, 7 days per week – and through education, we can provide a greater chance of long term success," said Michael Tingey, MD, co-founder of My Dietitian. "Our system encourages better eating through easy accountability, and fosters personal, private relationships with the most highly trained professionals in the nutrition field." 

My Dietitian's objectives are to educate users on their actual diets.  Through education, users make gradual and long-term changes to their diet by making informed decisions when addressing their personal diet and nutritional needs.   This is how My Dietitian differentiates from all other online diet services. 

Personally assigned Registered Dietitians, providing weekly and daily feedback, is offered in our Professional, Premium and Executive packages starting at $39 per month.  All packages include access to the MyDietitian.com website, content and smartphone app features.

For more information or user registration, visit www.MyDietitian.com.

Media Contact:
Debra Plunkett
media@mydietitian.com
Ph 866-456-8266

This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

SOURCE My Dietitian, LLC

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