licensed dietitian

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licensed dietitian,

n a nutrition specialist who holds a license to practice dietetics and nutrition services. A licensed dietitian facilitates nutrition therapy. Licensure may or may not be required for registered dietitians and requirements are determined on a state-by-state basis Also called
LD. See also registered dietitian.
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