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3 Nutrition Trends You Can Expect to See After Nutritionist School

Looking back at the last few years and the impact of Covid-19, you may not be surprised to learn that the pandemic has also vastly affected shared views on nutrition. The nutrition trends we are now seeing can be linked to Covid-19 and a greater societal focus on the impacts of health and nutrition...
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Exploring the Link Between Diet and Mental Health for Those in Nutritionist School

Obesity has become one of the leading causes for premature death around the world (Ritchie & Roser, 2017). Consequently, the links between diet and physical health have been researched intensely. However, the physical aspect is only one factor that a balanced diet can have on the body. With a...
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How to Make Healthy Eating a Lifestyle

The term “healthy eating” may look different to each individual depending on their own habits, medical conditions and fitness levels (Kubala, 2021). While healthy may look different from person to person, nutritionists, dietitians, doctors, and other health professionals generally have their own...
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Is Plant-Based Meat Healthy? A Look for Those in Nutritionist School

Plant-based meats have become more widely available with the introduction of new companies and products that are now in many mainstream grocery stores. Market research shows that there are 28 million plant-powered consumers actively seeking out alternatives to animal products (Shoup, 2022). A...
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Does the Keto Diet Impact Mental Health? An Overview for Those in Nutritionist School

As most aspiring nutritionists know, the food that we consume can have an impact on more than just our physical health. However, with the rise of processed foods, in part as a result of industrialization, it is becoming more difficult for many people to obtain the right nutrients from their diets....
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Breaking Bad Eating Habits: Insights for Those in Nutritionist College

Our courses in nutritional studies form a comprehensive, integrative program that dips not only into nutrition, but also into life coaching and counseling training programs. If you are looking to connect with people on a deeper level to help them reach their goals, you will thrive as a nutrition...
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How to Help Clients Overcome Eating Disorders After Earning Your Nutrition Diploma

Eating disorders can affect people at any stage in their life and in many different forms, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia, over-exercising, and over-eating (TFEC, 2021). The treatment for eating disorders depends upon the particular disorder and the symptoms that it presents. Often, eating...
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Understanding the Role of Supplements for Those in a Nutritionist Program

In recent years, diet and health have been at the forefront of popular discussion. Nutrition has been shown to play a key role in the long-term health of the heart, bones, joints, eyes, and immune system (Ask The Scientists, 2021). From superfoods to five-a-day recommendations, more and more people...
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Is Gluten Linked to Mental Health? An Overview for Students Earning a Nutrition Diploma

While “gluten-free” might be known to some as simply a trendy diet within the health community (Borchard, 2016), there may be more merits to a gluten-free diet than many are aware of. In the Western world, wheat products are the primary source of carbohydrates in the general population’s diet...
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3 Habits Students in Nutrition School Can Teach Others to Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic can be a time of stress and uncertainty for many people. Unfortunately, this can mean a consolidation of unhealthy nutritional habits. Lethargy, anxiety, and a disruption of routines can result in overeating, underhydrating, and making unhealthy food choices.  Professionals...
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