How to Hire a Qualified Nutritionist

How to Hire a Qualified Nutritionist

How to Hire a Qualified Nutritionist
Eating healthy, Shopping for Health foods, and Educating people in proper nutrition is not just as easy as someone sized fits all approach. Different people have different goals, different body chemistry, which makes all super unique in how we react to food, drugs, and supplements. Hiring just anybody when it comes to your health, fitness, and nutrition can be dangerous and harmful to your health. Nutrition isn't just as easy as so called diet experts, and books think it is. It's a highly specific plan that should be addressed to ones nutritional needs, physical, emotional, and environmental stresses. Unfortunately most people don't know the first steps to hiring someone that should be their nutritionist. Remember when taking the time to hire a qualified nutritionist you want to be sure you get the best. Don't just go for the cheap one because you typically get what you pay for. You don't have to find the most expensive one as well. You want to find the best that fits your goals, personality, and knows what they are doing. In this little guide I'm going to explain the do's and don'ts to hiring a nutritionist, things to look for in hiring a nutritionist, the cost of hiring a nutritionist, how to find a good nutritionist, important questions you should ask and look for when hiring your nutritionist to take care of you and your health.

First let's cover the Do's and Don'ts of hiring a Nutritionist:

  • Don't hire someone that doesn't look the part. If your nutritionist can't follow their own guidelines and be health and fit than don't even think about hiring them. It doesn't matter how much knowledge they have if they can't keep themselves accountable then how they will keep you accountable.
  • Don't hire someone that doesn't recommend Exercise. Let's face it we all need to move more and eat better. You may hate me for saying this though with a desk job or the little activity most Americans get you got to get out and move. Hire a Personal Trainer, Go to the gym. A good nutritionist will see the value you in getting you to go to the gym.
  • Do hire a nutritionist that will keep you accountable. It's easy to get a perfect diet. Though the tough part is to follow a plan that will work well with your goals and your lifestyle. You must have a nutritionist keep you on track even when you fall of the wagon at times.
  • Do hire a nutritionist who tracks your progress. You need to be measured, have your body fat tested, and run test. You need to see your results to make adjustments if you're not getting any or to keep you motivated.
  • Do hire a nutritionist that is fun, motivating, and you like their personality. You need someone that inspires you. Hire someone that will be a good role model for you. The nutritionist will keep you motivated, and that you can open up to discuss your personal food and lifestyle issues.
  • Don't hire a nutritionist that recommends the food pyramid: This was based on getting cows fat 50 years ago. So don't hire anyone who doesn't understand that eating 12 servings of grains isn't good for you.
  • Don't hire any nutritionist just based off of them having a degree or some amazing credentials. Be careful not all degree's, certifications are created equal and give them the understanding of how the body works.
  • Don't hire anyone that claims to know everything about nutrition. This is a very complicated and vast subject that is unique to each individual.

 

 

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