Dietitians & Nutritionist Professionals

At our core, we are Registered Dietitians, Nutritionists, and Health Educators who are passionate about helping you achieve your health and wellness goals.

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Reach your health goals

Healthy weight loss

Nutrition therapy for disease

Personalized meal plan

Improve lab results


“At RDN Pro, we believe in the power of nutrition to positively impact lives, especially in managing diabetes and achieving weight loss goals.

Our team of dedicated registered dietitians is committed to providing top-notch services, including private counseling, classes, and support groups. Through our personalized nutrition therapy sessions, led by highly qualified Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, we equip you with practical tools for improved health and a better quality of life.

Rest assured, our experts are well-versed in foods, nutrition, exercise, and hold prestigious certifications like certified diabetes educators or Certificates of Adult Weight Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Your well-being is our priority, and we are here to support your journey towards optimal health and recovery.”

– Dr. Bernadette Mejia, Ph.D., MS, RD

Why pick RDN PRO


Dr. Mejia, RDN, and her team of health educators and lifestyle coaches has a track record of helping clients reduce their A1C (diabetes). She has provided diabetes prevention and management services for over thousands of clients across the United States. We are proud to say that nearly 85% of our clients have reduced their A1C by 0.5% or more!

Dr. Mejia, RDN has helped clinics and hospitals within the Los Angeles County receive recognition and awards by the American Diabetes Association and Centers for Disease Control. This means patients have succeeded in reducing their A1C, healthy weight loss, and have increased their physical activity after being seen by the team at RDN PRO!

Dr. Mejia, RDN has been a key note speaker for the Los Angeles Public Health Department and Right Care Initiative (sponsored by UC Berkley and USC) for these efforts.

We welcome and treat our clients like family! We not only care about your health, but we love to see our clients succeed in every other aspect of their life whether it be at home, with family, or at work!

RDN PRO team members are all certified lifestyle coaches.

Great prices! We encourage you to do your research, but you will find our prices are highly competitive and we strive on improving your health outcomes.

We are a multilingual staff: English, Khmer, Tagalog, Chinese, and Spanish is offered.

Our Services

Our nutrition services cover a wide range of medical diagnoses for all age ranges, using the nutrition care process of assessment, nutrition diagnosis, intervention, monitoring, and evaluation. Our dietitians are available for one-on-one consultations, group sessions, and specialized programs to meet individual needs such as vitamin deficiencies or special diets for those with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, eating disorders, and more.
Our nutrition counseling services include education on weight management, meal planning, portion control, snacking, reading food labels, recipe modifications, and more. We also offer specialized classes for diabetes and prediabetes self-management, and certified diabetes educators are available to teach blood glucose monitoring, insulin, and medication management.

Rates-RDN PRO Plan

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We accept health insurance please inquire. Below rates are for those with no insurance.

Follow-Up Visit Pricing

1 follow-up visit



3 follow-up visit



6 follow-up visit



9 follow-up visit



12 follow-up visit



15 follow-up visit



How Do RDNs Help?

Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) are trained to provide medical nutrition therapy (MNT) to patients with a variety of health conditions, including diabetes. Here are some ways that RDNs can help with MNT:

Nutrition Assessment: RDNs can perform a comprehensive nutrition assessment to determine a patient’s individualized nutritional needs, taking into account factors such as age, weight, medical history, and lifestyle.

Nutrition Education: RDNs can provide patients with education on nutrition and healthy eating habits, including tips on food selection, portion control, and meal planning.

Individualized Meal Planning: RDNs can help patients develop individualized meal plans based on their nutritional needs, food preferences, and lifestyle.

Carbohydrate Counting: RDNs can teach patients how to count carbohydrates and manage blood sugar levels through food choices and portion sizes.


Medication Management: RDNs can work with patients and their healthcare team to coordinate medication management with dietary goals and help prevent medication-nutrient interactions.

Lifestyle Modification: RDNs can provide guidance on lifestyle modification strategies, such as physical activity and stress management, to support overall health and diabetes management.

Ongoing Support: RDNs can provide ongoing support and monitoring to help patients achieve their nutrition and health goals, and make necessary adjustments to the plan as needed.

Overall, RDNs are trained to provide evidence-based medical nutrition therapy and support for patients with diabetes, helping them manage their condition and achieve optimal health outcomes.

What should I expect?

A patient visiting a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) for the first time can expect a comprehensive assessment of their nutritional needs and an individualized nutrition plan tailored to their specific health goals and needs. Here is a breakdown of what a patient can expect during an RDN visit:


Health Assessment: The RDN will ask questions about the patient’s health history, medications, allergies, lifestyle, and eating habits to get a better understanding of their overall health.

Nutritional Assessment: The RDN will assess the patient’s nutritional status, including their intake of macro- and micronutrients, to identify any nutritional deficiencies or imbalances.

Goal Setting: The RDN will work with the patient to establish realistic health goals based on their nutritional needs and health concerns.


Education: The RDN will provide nutrition education to help the patient better understand how to make healthy food choices, read food labels, and manage portion sizes.

Nutrition Plan: The RDN will develop an individualized nutrition plan for the patient based on their health goals and nutritional needs. The plan may include meal plans, recipes, and healthy eating tips.

Follow-Up: The RDN will schedule follow-up visits to monitor progress, make any necessary adjustments to the nutrition plan, and provide ongoing support and education.

Overall, a patient can expect a supportive, non-judgmental environment where the RDN will listen to their concerns, provide education and guidance, and help them achieve their nutrition and health goals. It’s important to note that each RDN visit may be different based on the patient’s specific needs and goals.


Our team uses credentialing software to help keep all of our staff in compliance. We also manage it on our end to ensure nothing is missed. We pass this information on to you. We provide a seamless process during the credentialing process with our staff onboarding. Our staff can comply with your organization to obtain privileges to start seeing patients right away.

What People Say

As a patient, RDN staff is very compassionate and keeps me engaged in helping me lower my A1c.

A Robinson

RDN Pro’s staff are very productive and ensure that all our diabetes patients who get a referral to the RD get seen in a timely manner.
R Gomez
I always have a pleasure speaking with Dr. Mejia during my visits! She is a wonderful RD and I am happy she is helping me eat better.
D Roberts


A: RDN Pro offers nutritional counseling, classes, and support groups for those looking to manage their diabetes and improve their weight.

A: A private nutritional counseling with a RDN costs $75 for the initial one-hour session and $65 for 1 follow up visit. You may purchase 3 or more follow-up visits at a discounted price. Seeing a RDN more frequently is closely linked to improved health outcomes and reaching you goals.

A: If we accept your insurance, it may require a referral from a physician. Please call our office so we can determine if we accept your insurance. However, if you intend to pay out of pocket, you will not need a referral from a physician.

A: Yes, RDN Pro accepts insurance and insurance copayments are due at the time of service. However, insurance billing is not currently available for some services.

A: RDN Pro’s registered dietitians have a minimum of a Bachelor of Science in foods, nutrition, and/or exercise. They are registered by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and are credentialed by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. They may hold graduate degrees including a master’s and doctorate and may hold additional certifications such as certified diabetes educators or CDE, and Certificates of Adult Weight Management.

A: RDN Pro’s registered dietitians can help manage a wide range of medical conditions, including diabetes, gestational diabetes, pre-renal and cardiac concerns, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cancer, prenatal, eating disorders, sports nutrition, pediatrics, vegetarian, celiac disease, and other special diets.

A: The consultation will start with a nutrition assessment where your activity, eating behavior, and medical and dietary histories will be evaluated to create a plan for you. You will receive scientifically based advice, realistic recommendations, and up-to-date nutritional information that will allow for long-lasting results. Working with the dietitian, you will set goals and decide on next steps.

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