Sports Nutritionist Salary: What Is Your Earning Potential?

By John D. Binford, B.S. | Jan 4, 2017 8:00 AM

Develop a nutrition plan for college-level athletes to dominate the competition, build muscle strength and endurance, and recover faster. Give a presentation about food as fuel to a group of coaches at a conference. Write a book to show parents how to serve up healthy snacks to keep their athletes in training ready for the game. Create a customized nutrition plan to help someone run a marathon, conquer a century-ride. Or help active, sports-minded people figure out a nutrition plan that fits their busy schedule.

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How to Become a Sports Nutrition Specialist for Your Practice

By Amy Occhipinti, M.S. | Oct 21, 2014 9:00 AM

Healthcare professionals are often approached as 'thought leaders' and experts in their field. But with healthcare professions ranging from doctors to nurse practitioners and nutrition consultants, everyone has their own area of expertise. If you find yourself challenged with the number of patients that are seeking athletic healthcare advice, it may be time to consider a specialized certificate so you can better serve your patients.

In today's post we will explore the responsibilities and expectations for becoming a sports nutrition specialist.

A sports nutritionist certificate is the optimum way for you and your clients to get more out of their experience and tailor a nutritional plan that will enhance their overall sports performance.

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