Blackford Institute for Nutrition
Accredited Diploma in Nutrition
How to Become a Nutritionist
If you’re thinking of becoming a nutritionist, you’re in the right place.
- Are you 'The Healthy One' when it comes to diet and nutrition?
- Do you love the idea of helping others solve their nutritional challenges?
- Would you love more freedom and control in your life - and help your family more?
Whatever your motivation, you'll be amazed at the bright new career that awaits you in the near future, by taking a nutrition course.
Nutritionists enjoy much more than just great demand for their services these days—often working from their own homes.
You may have even seen one or more around your own workplace… or on television… or through a friend… and thought to yourself, “That could be me… No, that should be me…”
And you may have looked at nutrition courses in the past?
Well, it’s true: you can become a nutritionist, starting today.
But how do you get there from here—from your current situation to your new career? One way is to register today for our 'Nutritionist Diploma' course. We’ll show you everything you need to know to go about becoming a Nutritionist.
Its a great course! I have many clients now and the knowledge I gained here really helped me to help my clients heal and change their lifestyle.
Jennifer - Nairobi, Kenya
Here are just some of the knowledge you'll discover when you register on our nutrition course:
- What a nutritionist really does—and what you’ll need to be one.
- The relationship between food labels and healthy eating.
- The major food groups and their role in nutritional health.
- Different nutrition needs for children, teenagers adults and later years.
You’ll also learn the following from our course:
- Assessing your skills as a nutritionist — are you made for this career?
- Potential client groups you may be able to successfully target.
- What makes a healthy diet.
- Understanding food labels and RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance).
- Basic digestion and anatomy, just for good measure.
- Major food groups: carbohydrates, proteins, fats and vitamins/minerals
So, what’s so great about being a Nutritionist?
What are all the ways you can personally benefit from starting your own new career as an independent nutritionist? Consider:
- You can work the hours you choose —as few or as many as you like—in pursuit of the income level you need (not that dictated by your boss or anyone else).
- strong> You can keep all the revenue you generate —rather than sharing it with managers or shareholders who only give you the trickle-down 'leftovers'
- Every day can be a new, exciting challenge —working with new people, instead of the same old thing day after day after day.
- You can dictate your own success —by setting your own goals, pursuing your own interests and working with the people and organisations you choose.
- You can be your own boss —enough said.
When you have completed your Diploma you’ll be awarded the Diploma in Nutrition – a qualification which will show your knowledge and commitment when it comes to becoming a Nutritionist.
Clients will realise the seriousness of your intentions when they see how thoroughly you have studied and prepared for your new role.
It’s time to get started
Having read this far, you've got what it takes - motivation. Now all you have to do is get started. Go to the nutrition course registration form course now, because this is where the adventure and rewards begin.
You've waited long enough - why wait any longer? Go ahead and do something for yourself, to make your dreams a reality.
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