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Alabama Personal Training, Nutrition Degrees

Personal Training, Nutrition Degrees: Alabama Career Colleges

Career College: Alabama Personal Training, Nutrition Programs

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in Alabama offering Personal Training, Nutrition degrees. Personal training and nutritionist plan, organize, and direct physical activities in recreation areas, parks, community centers, health clubs, etc

This jewel of the South is a great place to go to college, particulary if you have an interest in authentic American southern culture. Alabama has some major cities, such as Birmingham and Mobile, which offer entertainment and cultural options such as nightclubs and fine dining. College students will find life in Alabama to be quite affordable, with housing costs below the national average, and a low crime rate.

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Alabama Career Colleges: Personal Training, Nutrition Degrees

Help people fight the fat with your degree from a fitness and nutrition schools.

Good mothers have seemingly known this for a long time, but there have been an increasing number of studies done on the benefits of nutrition on our population. Not only does nutrition help us maintain a body weight reasonable to our size, but it also promotes many other healthy aspects of our lives, such as increased attention span, a heightened sense of alertness, and physical activity. Licensed nutritionists conduct many of these studies, and they do a number of other things in our society that help us all to be healthier.

Nutritionists provide nutritional services for patients in institutions such as hospitals and nursing care facilities. They assess patients' nutritional needs, develop and implement nutrition programs, and evaluate and report the results. They also confer with doctors and other healthcare professionals in order to coordinate medical and nutritional needs. Some nutritionists specialize in the management of overweight patients or the care of critically ill or renal (kidney) and diabetic patients. Some nutritionists counsel individuals and groups on nutritional practices designed to prevent disease and promote health. Working in places such as public health clinics, home health agencies, and health maintenance organizations, community dietitians evaluate individual needs, develop nutritional care plans, and instruct individuals and their families.

High school students interested in becoming a nutritionist should take courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics, health, and communications. Dietitians and nutritionists need at least a bachelor's degree in dietetics, foods and nutrition, food service systems management, or a related area. College students in these majors take courses in foods, nutrition, institution management, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, and physiology. Other suggested courses include business, mathematics, statistics, computer science, psychology, sociology, and economics.

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