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Pursuing a Certificate in Nutrition? Here’s a Look into Intermittent Fasting

If you’re pursuing a nutrition certificate or even just have an interest in doing so, you’ve likely heard of Intermittent Fasting (IF), which has become something of a fitness trend. Though fasting has been part of human behaviour most of our history, the research and integration of it into the wellness industry has increased recently. Research is still ongoing, but the popularity of fasting makes it a prominent topic of debate and research in the field of nutrition. Average people do a version of intermittent fasting each day, while they are asleep. During this time, cell repair occurs and other.. READ MORE »

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The Great Egg Debate: What to Know If You’re Considering a Certificate in Nutrition

A recent study has revitalized the debate about the possible health effects of eggs. Here’s what students in nutrition and health programs need to know.

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4 Common Mistakes to Warn Athletes About After Sport and Nutrition Training

Athletes put a lot of concentration into their food and drink consumption, so professionals with a certificate in nutrition look out for these errors.

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Food for Thought: How Pros With a Certificate in Nutrition Help Students Eat Healthy

Students who enjoy a nutritious diet are more likely to enjoy success, too. Here’s how pros with a certificate in nutrition can help them get there.

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The Benefits of Vitamin D: A Guide for Students in Nutrition Diploma Programs

Vitamin D is a wonder-worker that can help with everything from weight loss to immunity. Find out what to know as you begin your nutrition diploma program.

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Pros With a Certificate in Nutrition Recommend These 5 Tips for Healthy Eating in the Winter

Staying healthy can be a challenge in the winter. As the days get colder and shorter, people stay indoors more, exercise less, and indulge in unhealthy treats during the holidays. When all of these factors combine, it can be easy to slip into bad habits. However, as an aspiring nutritionist, you can help clients avoid some of the common pitfalls of the season, and stay on track to achieve their goals. Keep reading for a few helpful tips that will keep your clients’ health from being left out in the cold during the winter months. 1. Advise Clients to Opt.. READ MORE »

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