Anne Parr PRO TRAINER  Fitness Instructor Specialist     



Working with a Nurtitionist

Posted on February 9, 2015 at 7:05 AM

Knowing makes a big difference with the results best suited to you personally. 

Kim Kardashian recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she hired a nutritionist to help her learn how to cook and eat more healthfully after she gained 15 pounds. Up front I have to say that I’m a nutritionist/RDN with a private practice, so I’m biased on this matter, but I’ve seen one-on-one counseling work wonders for my clients, from breaking weight-loss plateaus to improving athletic performance, upping energy, boosting immunity, digestive health, sleep and mood, and transforming skin and hair.

If you’re thinking of working with a nutritionist or dietitian, here are six things you should know.

It’s more complex than it seems

Nutrition is far more involved than calories in versus calories out. I often see clients who aren’t getting results because they aren’t eating enough, or the timing and/or balance of their meals isn’t in line with their body’s optimal needs (check out Kim's post

Help! Why Can’t I Lose Weight With Exercise?).

Others are eating healthfully, but are unknowingly taking in more than they need to get to—and stay at—a healthy weight.

After assessing your eating routine, an experienced nutritionist or dietitian will probably know right away what’s holding you back from reaching your goals, and can guide you in the right direction

What works for one person does not always work for all.  Excellant artical.

Categories: Health & Wellness, Did You Know., Nutrition

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