Impossible to say really... Every state has its own "scope of practice" laws that define how much or how little chiropractors can say/do for their patients. Under this umbrella is nutritional advice.
On top of that, not every chiropractor includes nutritional counseling within their treatment plans. Some focus strictly on correction of vertebral subluxation, while others perform very little spinal adjusting whatsoever, and have more of a nutritionally-centered practice. So it really depends on which chiropractor you're seeing, and their own personal interests in nutrition.
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