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How a Nutritionist Can Help with Weight Loss

How a Nutritionist Can Help with Weight Loss

by Crystal (SU)
Does this sound familiar? You’ve tried everything to lose weight – burning more calories than you consume, trying the “caveman” diet, eliminating carbs, or simply fasting to the edge of your endurance – and yet you still can’t keep the pounds off.

Working with a Nutritionist Can Make It Easier to Stomach Allergies

Working with a Nutritionist Can Make It Easier to Stomach Allergies

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Researchers estimate that 15 million Americans suffer from some sort of food allergy, and this epidemic is only growing. Additionally, 30% of these people are affected negatively by more than one food. According to FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education), a food allergy is a medical condition in which certain foods generate a harmful immune response in the body – commonly known as an allergic reaction.

The Difference Between a Nutritionist and a Dietician

The Difference Between a Nutritionist and a Dietician

by Shearly (SU)
Seeking advice on diet and nutrition is nothing new, but more and more people are going to professionals to help determine how they can stick to a diet that is as healthy as possible. There is also an increased awareness about food sensitivity and allergies, and non-endorsed food advice is everywhere. Whatever way people are learning that healthy eating is more important, putting these desires into practice isn’t nearly as easy as it sounds. It makes sense to go to a nutritionist or dietician (or dietitian) for help. But what is the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian?