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Personal Trainers, Coaches, Health Practitioners and Fitness Industry Experts you can now TRIPLE your income with ONE Certification, blow the doors off your competition and keep your clients lining up to see you!

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When you fill out the form to the right, we’ll email you our Free Ebook “Food for Thought & Money in the Bank“ filled with some of our TOP key elements and information on creating guaranteed results for your clients.  You’ll also receive a separate email with links to access the Top 20 Videos (sent to you every other day) answering the most common questions we have been asked over the years, including:

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How to Determine the TRUE Macronutrient Requirements for an Individual?

First, we need to understand what a Macronutrient truly is… Macronutrients are nutrients which are required in large proportions or amounts for normal growth and development. They are called macronutrients because of the amounts in which they are required, not because of their size. The six macronutrients are the following: Carbohydrates Fat Protein Vitamins Minerals Water more »
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Who Can You Legally Give Nutrition Advice To?

Great Question!  Let’s address the legal requirements and guidelines of working as a Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist™. This is important stuff – it affects your business and your clients.  Keep in mind that we are an International certifying body and cannot possibly keep up with all the laws and regulations worldwide. Even in our own USA more »
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What is the difference between a Registered Dietitian and a Nutritionist?

A professional registration of a  a Registered Dietitian or a Licensed Nutritionist requires a four-year college degree in the field of human nutrition, successful completion of a one to two year internship and passing a national registration exam. When/if a policy has been mandated, a city, county, state or national agency usually issues a license. In those cases, a more »
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Why Should I Get Certified in Nutrition?

As a Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist™ (CFNS) you will be uniquely qualified to guide your clients based on scientific proven methods.  Learn about ideal nutrition, including proven techniques for increased energy, better health and decreased dependence on medications, AND dramatically increase your job and career opportunities You will be able to educate your clients to more »
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