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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


54-3512.  Inapplicability of chapter. (1) This chapter shall not be construed to prevent any person from rendering advice, guidance or counsel regarding medical nutrition service, therapeutic nutrition care, nutritional assessments, nutrition therapy counseling, weight control services, or from providing nutrition information in connection with the marketing and distribution of a food product, dietary supplement, or wellness/exercise program.
(2)  This chapter shall not be construed to prevent any person licensed or registered in this state, pursuant to any other law of the state, from engaging in the profession or occupation for which such person is licensed or registered.
(3)  This chapter shall not be construed to prevent a dietitian licensed and in good standing in another jurisdiction of the United States or credentialed in another country from practicing, within this state, activities that are within the scope of such dietitian’s license or credentials, when the dietitian:
(a)  Is affiliated with or employed by an established athletic team, athletic organization or performing arts company temporarily practicing, competing or performing in this state for no more than sixty (60) days in a calendar year; and
(b)  Is practicing only on patients, clients or team staff affiliated with or employed by such team, organization or company.

[54-3512, added 1994, ch. 217, sec. 1, p. 679; am. 2017, ch. 294, sec. 13, p. 783; am. 2018, ch. 24, sec. 2, p. 44.]

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