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A master's or doctorate degree in biochemistry or a related field and a nine-semester credit in nutrition are generally required for this position, and courses in certified nutrition may include nutrient courses, therapeutic nutrition courses, and pharmacology courses. Certified nutritionists and dieticians ...
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Dietitians work with their clients to create nutritionally sound plans which are individualized and based on clients' particular needs and goals. Medical history and standings must be considered, which may require working with a client’s doctor if permission is granted. Strong customer service and people ...
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Nutritionists study how the body uses the nutrients that it is given. They work with patients of all ages and help them to lead happier and healthier lives. Weight loss is a primary reason nutritionists are consulted. Nutritionists evaluate a person's life and their overall health to assess the nutritional ...
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Dieticians generally work in a clinical or hospital setting or nursing home. Patients may walk in for services, and in some cases dieticians will visit patients at their bedsides. Dieticians help shape their clients' diets to help them maintain or regain their health and proper nutrition, and may also ...
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A sports nutritionist is a specialized dietitian. He or she typically works with athletes to set up meal plans that provide the greatest possible benefits for performance. Sports nutritionists will specify these dietary regimens, based upon the athlete's body, the workout schedule, and the sport itself. ...
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