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    Todd Benedict
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    Which nutritional certification program is best if someone is looking into becoming certified to do nutrition coaching for those involved in fitness and sports?

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    Anonymous
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    Which nutritional certification program is best if someone is looking into becoming certified to do nutrition coaching for those involved in fitness and sports?

     

    From Google:

    A thesis may be required or optional. Aspiring sports nutritionists must first become registered nutritionists by completing a bachelor’s degree and internship and then taking a state licensure test.

    Typically, a bachelor’s degree takes four years to earn, though many online programs allow you to earn your degree in a shorter period of time. In some states, you only need a certificate or associate’s degree to be eligible for your nutritionist license, and these can be achieved in two years or less.

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    Joe
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    Which nutritional certification program is best if someone is looking into becoming certified to do nutrition coaching for those involved in fitness and sports?

    Assuming you’re a trainer, precision nutrition is a great cert to start with.

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    Koon Boat
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    I am interested in this as well. PN isnt allowing enrollment until April. Is there another great online nutrition specialist cert that a fairly new PT can get?

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    Joe
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    I am interested in this as well. PN isnt allowing enrollment until April. Is there another great online nutrition specialist cert that a fairly new PT can get?

    Not that one who’s curriculum I’m familiar with

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