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As a PCOS nutritionist you’ll collaborate with clients to create nutrition and lifestyle plans to mitigate the symptoms of PCOS.
As a functional nutritionist, you’ll take a holistic approach to health, focusing on identifying and addressing the root cause rather than just treating the symptoms.
As a clinical nutritionist you’ll provide individualized nutrition plans, monitor patient progress and then make adjustments to those plans as needed.
Anyone considering becoming an animal nutritionist should have passion for animals and be very science-minded. Here’s how to start.
By focusing on the link between food and diseases, forensic nutritionists can help patients to make changes in their diets to promote better health.
Reflexology, also called zone therapy, is a manual therapy technique that posits that certain pressure points in the feet correspond to other areas or organs in the body.
What are the similarities and differences between a nutritionist and a dietitian? Before you embark on either career path, learn about what sets them apart.
Rooted in Ayurvedic medicine, Thai bodywork, also called Thai massage or Thai yoga massage, combines stretching and body movements to loosen muscles, release tension and eliminate disease.
Reflexology, acupuncture, acupressure and massage therapy are four modalities that bear some similarities to one another.
Just because you are interested in a complementary and alternative medicine career doesn’t mean you can’t greatly benefit from higher education.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) focuses on the body holistically—seeking to find imbalances and dissonance that could lead to disease.