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How to Establish a Virtual Practice After Nutritionist School

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has lead to a shift online, with many services that used to be offered in-person now moving to virtual formats. A recent survey showed that members of the Canadian public not only accept virtual forms of healthcare, but hope such online services will continue after the...
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What Is Mindful Eating? An Explanation for Students in Nutritionist School

In order to understand the concept of mindful eating, one must first look to the generalized concept of mindfulness, used in many spheres for addressing various mental health concerns, as well as depression, stress, anxiety, and more (Pike, 2019 ). Mindfulness is defined as “a moment-to-moment...
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Understanding the Connection Between Emotion and Eating at Nutritionist College

Comfort eating is a real phenomenon, and can in many instances make us feel good in the moment without any ill effect. While the occasional consumption of comfort food can be harmless and even positive for our sense of wellbeing, the habit of turning to food for any reason other than fulfilling...
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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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The Impacts of a Typical Western Diet and How a Nutritionist Program Can Help

One expertnotes that “over the past century, we’ve seen the incidence of chronic diseases go up dramatically in western culture, and that’s due to changes in our lifestyle, diet, and environment” (Thrasybule 2018). If the interactions between overall health and nutrition interest you, a...
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