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Navigating Exercise-Induced Gastrointestinal Syndrome

As a Nutritionist or Dietitian, regardless of whether you’re working mostly with developing athletes, fitness enthusiasts, or seasoned masters it’s highly probable that you’ll frequently meet clients who are grappling with Exercise-Induced Gastrointestinal Syndrome (EIGS). Research indicates that a striking 30-50% of endurance athletes face

Spin the Wheel of Wellbeing: A Holistic Approach For Clinicians

As Nutrition Professionals, we are well aware of the intricate relationship between food and overall well-being. It goes beyond just counting calories or prescribing meal plans; it involves understanding the holistic nature of an individual and the significant interconnection of factors impacting them. Enter the

The Power of Nutrition for Concussion Recovery

In your role as health and nutrition experts, you wield a pivotal influence in guiding individuals through the recovery journey following concussions. Let’s explore the nuanced link between nutrition and concussion, equipping you with valuable insights to support your clients on their path to recovery.

5 Tips on How to Use ChatGPT to Help Create Engaging Content

Welcome, fellow Dietitians and Nutritionists, to a dynamic era of nutrition communication! In the age of technological advances and information overload, our role in translating complex nutritional science into accessible, reliable, and engaging content is more crucial than ever. Fear not, for we bring you

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7 red flags of poor body image in men

Are you a dietitian or nutritionist feeling unsure of how to identify poor body image in men? You’re not alone.  Poor body image in men is a challenging thing to spot. It’s something that’s not often talked about due to the stigma around eating disorders


The Low FODMAP Diet – Your secret weapon!

As a nutrition professional, I am sure you are aware of the low FODMAP diet and FODMAPs, aka fermentable carbohydrates that are found in some foods which are resistant to digestion and instead of being absorbed, they go all the way down your intestine to