Knowing your individual BMR is essential for knowing how many calories to eat daily. Learn more about the Katch McArdle equation and how to use it in consultation.
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease with symptoms that can be reduced with a balanced diet.
As a dietitian, you play a critical role in your client’s treatment and recovery plan so here is how to help someone with anorexia.
From picky eating to healthy eating strategies, here’s what you need to know about preschool nutrition.
There is a lot to consider when it comes to optimizing athletic performance with nutrition. Get the best tips for how to create a meal plan for athletes.
Here is everything you need to know to help your clients understand, treat, and manage gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
Post-workout recovery involves more than just stretching. Here’s what you need to know about science-backed post-workout techniques to help clients with exercise recovery.
Enteral nutrition can be used when patients cannot meet their nutritional needs through oral intake. Here’s how dietitians can provide nutrition support through tube feeding.
Creating a diet for anemia can be more complex than it sounds, but with the right foods, you can help your clients boost iron levels and improve their health.
Here’s what nutrition professionals need to know about functional nutrition, that focuses on treating the whole patient rather than one specific disease.
As a nutrition professional, you can create a diet for depression to help improve your clients’ mental health. Here are some foods for depression to include in meal plans.
The measurement of the skinfolds is important to determine body fat, especially for athletes. Find out here all you need to know!
Everything dietitians need to know about nutrition to mitigate symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Here’s everything that a sports dietitian needs to know about supplements and dietary recommendations to boost their clients’ athletic performance.
Dietitians play a large role in helping people overcome obesity. Here’s how you can help improve your clients’ relationship with food and enhance their quality of life.
From plant foods to sleep hygiene, here are the best science-backed tips to improve longevity.
Nutrition counseling for families often requires some extra considerations. Through careful planning, dieitititians can help make mealtimes enjoyable for the entire family.
Here’s how dietitians can help parents and children achieve a healthy weight through certain nutrition recommendations.
From increased fiber to adequate protein intake, here’s what science has to say about metabolic health.
Here’s how you can help your nutrition clients improve their gut health to see improvements on the scale.
From increasing fiber to limiting processed foods, here’s how you can help your nutrition clients eat their way to better heart health.
From health benefits to snack suggestions, here’s how you can shed light on the power of seeds.
Consuming excess amounts of added sugar can negatively impact your nutrition client’s health. Here’s how you can help your clients break up with refined sugar.
Here’s how you can help your clients incorporate more lean protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats into their meal plans.
How can you nutritionally support your clients with allergies and food intolerances? Here's everything you need to know.
From vitamin B12 to iron and omega-3’s, here’s how you can nutritionally support your plant-based clients with supplementation.
Reducetarianism is an approach to plant-based eating that focuses on reducing animal product consumption and increasing plant foods.
As a nutrition professional, it’s important to get enough information about your client so you can give the best nutritional guidance possible.
Nutrition is key when it comes to dealing with diseases like osteoporosis. Here’s how you can create a meal plan to help your clients eat their way to better bone density.
Sustainable nutrition is a combination of factors that allows you to evaluate each client on a deeper level and provide the best nutritional guidance possible.
Calculate here the BMR of your nutrition clients to estimate their calorie requirements using the Harris-Benedict equation.
Here’s the ultimate step-by-step guide to help you create meal plans that your clients will actually stick to.
As a nutrition professional, you can help your client reduce food waste and become more eco-friendly through a variety of diet and lifestyle suggestions.
Protein helps in muscle growth, weight management, and athletic recovery. But how much do athletes need, and what are some good dietary sources?
If your nutrition client follows a vegan diet, it’s important that you create a well-balanced meal plan that meets all of their needs.
Aging is inevitable, but there are many steps that nutrition professionals can take to help their clients improve longevity.
Creating a meal plan filled with anti-inflammatory foods is a great way to boost your nutrition client’s overall health.
As a nutrition professional, you can help your clients get better sleep with certain dietary and lifestyle suggestions.
How to help your clients achieve better health through antioxidant-rich foods and subsequent meal plans.
Eating disorders are complex and can affect everyone differently, which is why dietitians play an integral role in a client’s treatment and recovery plan.
How to boost your nutrition client’s immune system? From vitamin E to zinc, here are some of the top nutrients to enhance your client’s immune system.
Between supplements and dietary recommendations, here are some ways that you can provide nutritional support to breastfeeding mothers.
Learn how dietitians can help clients implement intuitive eating principles to help them understand how to nourish their bodies and fuel for performance.
This article was written by Emma Hanton, an Associate Registered Nutritionist and Freelance Nutrition Consultant that uses our recipe development feature.
Can dietitians play a significant role in promoting a healthy microbiome and thus improve the performance of athletes?
What are the most common nutrient deficiencies and what dietitians should look for when evaluating your clients? Here's everything you need to know.
Learn how using intuitive eating in your nutrition business can repair your client’s relationship with food.
Low FODMAP diets can be beneficial for those with IBS. Learn more about as a dietitian or nutritionist you can introduce a low FODMAP diet for IBS clients.
Send a nutritional assessment form directly to your clients and view the answers automatically added to their profile, easily and securely.
Interview with Catarina Augusto, a sports nutritionist working with MVP Academy, which provides nutrition counseling and education to 12 to 21 years old athletes.
Nutrium sports nutrition software has everything you need to enhance your team's performance by monitoring athletes' nutrition and athletic progress.
Learn the importance and recommendations of iron and how you can prevent deficiencies during nutrition counselling.
What is and what are the benefits of fiber in health and how to easily incorporate it into your nutrition clients' meal plans, using Nutrium.
Nutrium has available meal plans templates for special nutritional and dietary needs.
Our team has put together a guide on prenatal nutrition recommendations to help nutrition professionals during appointments.
Energy requirements are dynamic and depend on various factors. Ashley Leone, Sports Dietitian tell us the current dietary recommendations for athletes
In partnership with Margarida Beja, we challenged professionals into sharing questions they often get during nutrition appointments.
In a society obsessed with body image, when does being overly concerned about health, become dangerous or a problem?
Learn to help your clients stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.