You’ve researched and explored holistic nutrition, and now you’re ready to turn that passion into a profession. But when it comes to working with clients and sharing your insights, where do you begin?Read More >
Earning your certification as a holistic nutritionist can be a great opportunity to advance your career in the health and wellness field, but you’ll be doing more than expanding your professional prospects.
Becoming an advisor in holistic nutrition allows you to impact the lives of your clients in significant ways. Here are just a few that you can expect to see:Read More >
Ever wonder how you can help your clients clean up their diet and eat healthier?
Most people who are used to eating the stereotypical American diet (fast food, soda, ice cream, pizza, desserts) are going to have a tough time making the switch to eating healthy...at first. In the United States, about 76 percent of adults don’t get enough fruits in their diet, and 87 percent don’t get enough vegetables in their diet, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Those who follow nutritional shifts and research know that it can be challenging to translate the kind of complex information and advice that abounds today. Fortunately, we’re able to get expert opinions on what the latest developments might mean, particularly in holistic nutrition, which is one of the hottest areas of interest in the field. Here are seven blogs worth checking out:Read More >
Ever wonder what the day-to-day looks like for a holistic nutritionist? You may have a passion for clean eating, cooking healthy recipes, dialing in your diet to improve your health, and helping other people. But is a holistic nutritionist certification right for you?
It’s not always going to be a regular 9 to 5, but it is a great way to make a living and make a difference. Take a look at the typical day for a holistic nutritionist, and imagine yourself stepping into the role.Read More >
If you’re already practicing clean eating, or following a Paleo, vegetarian, or whole foods diet, you already know your food choices have a big impact on your health. But not everybody does.
About 76 percent of adults don’t eat enough fruit, and about 87 percent don’t get the recommended amount of vegetables, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And it’s no secret that poor nutrition often leads to chronic conditions like heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.Read More >
There are a number of ways you can start your business as a Holistic Nutritionist. You could be in private practice, you could share space with other alternative medicine practitioners, you could work in corporate wellness as an advisor, or even start your own online nutrition consulting business. The choice is yours. There are some practical matters you will need to take care of as well, and we will look at a few of those in this blog post.
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If you're a Nutritionist, Holisitic Nutrition Consultant, Health Coach or simply in the business of helping other obtain optimal health, then one of the most common complaints you probably hear from your clients is that they simply don't have time to eat healthy. It's both cheap and easy to grab a meal at a fast food drive-thru, whereas making a home-cooked meal takes a lot of time, planning, and effort. This is why so many Nutritionists these days are encouraging their clients to try meal prepping, which involves making a large number of meals for the week ahead of time.Read More >